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Durham County Library Presents Documentary Photography: Discovering the World With Camera and Lens

Durham County Library will host a six-day photography program for ten accepted teens this June. Documentary Photography: Discovering the World With Camera and Lens will be taught by Todd Tinkham, lead instructor at Full Frame Film Festival’s School of Doc, a summer filmmaking program for high school students. Students will meet from 10 a.m. to […]

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The Last Lecture

This book should be on everyone’s bookshelf, or better, on their nightstand. It is written by a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who is dying of pancreatic cancer. It is a short book with conveniently divided “chapters” dealing with his life, his childhood dreams and how he went about achieving them, and the prospect of […]

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Abbey’s Road

What can I say — it’s Edward Abbey. Everyone should read Edward Abbey! These essays are ostensibly about travel for the most part, primarily in the southwestern United States, but really, everything Abbey writes is about life. I don’t agree with all of Abbey’s views, but he writes beautifully, he is always completely forthright, and […]

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The Pesthouse

I expected this book to be depressing, as it seemed to be a post apocalyptic world it was written about. However, the writing is so beautiful because it is about a journey in a different time, a journey to another physical place, but a journey also to a lifetime love. I especially loved that it […]

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The Red Pyramid

The perfect combination of funny and educational, just like Riordon’s previous series. Took a few chapters to get into it, but once I was into it, I just HAD to finish it, as soon as possible. I started the 2nd book in the series as soon as I was able. 🙂 Find in catalog

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