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Author Talk with Oreste P. D’Arconte

On Wednesday, May 18th at 7pm, local writer and poet and former publisher of The Sun Chronicle, Oreste P. D’Arconte, will read in its entirety and discuss his 24-page short story, “One Way Dead End.” This story was published earlier this year in the pulp fiction anthology, “Murder Ink”.   The book is a collection of 13 stories written by […]

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War and Remembrance

Did you know that the library hosts a World War II Nonfiction Book Club? Over the years, the book club has read some wonderful titles which often coincide with popular fiction titles. If you loved The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah, then try Caroline Moorehead’s A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary Story of Women, Friendship, and […]

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Keep Calm and Downton On

 January 3rd saw the return of the popular long running PBS/Masterpiece series, Downton Abbey, which chronicles the trials and tribulations of the Crawley family, and their servants, at their country estate, Downton Abbey. The series has provided a glimpse into the lives of both wealthy, land owning British aristocracy, and their incredibly hard working, underprivileged […]

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