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Durham County Library & Friends of the Stanford L. Warren Library Host Reception Honoring Selena Warren Wheeler

Durham County Library and the Friends of the Stanford L. Warren Library will host a celebration of the legacy and leadership of Mrs. Selena Warren Wheeler, Durham County Library’s first African-American professional librarian, at 12 noon on Friday, September 26, at the Stanford L. Warren Library, 1201 Fayetteville St. This special event is free and […]

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East Regional Library Open House

Come out to East Regional Library (211 Lick Creek Ln.) on Thursday, September 11 from 4 – 8 p.m as we celebrate back-to-school with an open house. Learn about resources the library has to help you in school, career and life. There will be library tours, fun activities for the children, an A to Z […]

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Durham County Library Hosts Talk on Nasher Rauschenberg Exhibit

Durham County Library will host Juline Chevalier, Curator of Education at the Nasher Museum of Art, and Dr. Kristine Stiles, guest curator and France Family Professor of Art, Art History and Visual Studies at Duke University, for a discussion and slide lecture on the exhibition Rauschenberg: Collecting and Connecting. The program takes place at 7 […]

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Beautiful Ruins

Based on another TBR reviewer, I pushed this one up on higher my TBR list, and I’m glad I did. I found this novel to be, well, just beautiful. It is also edgy, wise, observant, and chock full of fascinating trivia about the production of the movie Cleopatra. Set mostly in Italy, Seattle and Hollywood, […]

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The Bourne Supremacy

To say the film entitled The Bourne Supremacy is based loosely on this novel is the understatement of the century. Essentially the only similarities are that there are characters named Jason Bourne, Marie, and Alex Conklin, and a top secret government program called Treadstone that trained killers. However, once I got past that, I really […]

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The Stranger’s Child

British Society – upper class—bored generation. Wasted lifestyle. Too much drinking Hints of homosexulality or bisexuality. Poetry written by young man, published. Poetry more important that the man –Regarded of symbolism of the loss of humanity due to WWI Part of the book deals with a scholar writing about that man. Pg 377 –“The thing […]

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The Bone Collector

The first Lincoln Rhyme—suspenseful. Lincoln and Ameilia Sachs save some of the victums but… Moral question about quality of life. Lincoln’s desire to commit suicide because at any moment he might lose any of the last bit of control he has VS the contribution he can make with his guidance and skill. Enough detail but […]

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