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Celebrating the History and Recovery of Broad Channel and the Rockaways After Sandy To mark the six-month anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, Queens Library, Queens Memory Project and Jamaica Bay Lives!, a documentary project about Jamaica Bay, invited the community to Queens Library...
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1 Comment Broad Channel and Rockaways after Sandy History Library Broad Channel, history, hurricane sandy, Jamaica, Jamaica Bay, Queens, Superstorm Sandy Mary Kearl
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Teen Zombie Literature Reviews Rot and Ruin, Dust and Decay, and Flesh and Bone, by Jonathan Maberry, are volumes one through three of a series about (sigh!) zombies. Having avoided most of the vampire books and some of the...
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teen zombie literature Books Library Teens, YA, young adult, zombies Ingrid Andersen
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Nerve: Book Review Nerve by Jeanne Ryan is about a reality show that posts videos of teens doing dares, and propels teens whose videos get the most views toward increasingly difficult dares and greater prizes....
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Nerve: Book Review Books Library Jeanne Ryan, Nerve, sci fi, YA, young adult Ingrid Andersen
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Awaken: Book Review Awaken, by Katie Kacvinsky, is the story of a future world where horrific tragedies, like those of the real-life Sandy Hook elementary school mass shooting, have proliferated so much that the...
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Awaken Book Review Books Library awaken, katie kacvinsky, young adult Ingrid Andersen
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Celebrating Food with Soul June is National Soul Food Month, but any month is a great time to head to one of Queens’ beloved restaurants or try your hand at some kitchen wizardry. Soul Food is the tradition of...
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1 Comment General Library African-American culture, black eyed peas, Black History, chitterlings, collard greens, cuisine, fried chicken, grits, national soul food month, restaurants, Soul Food Jeremy Walsh
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