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Midtown Reader hosting events for Banned Books Week

Tallahassee.com
The Midtown Reader will be hosting a Read-A-Thon in store to support national Banned Books Week on Monday, Sept. 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The store at 1123 Thomasville Road will host local authors, community leaders and concerned citizens who ...

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MY VIEW: Where the wild things are – at my house

The Flamborough Review
Some people love the routine of coming home to the same thing every day. Heck, I love returning chez Jefferies after a hard day and finding everything in its place and nothing unexpected waiting behind door number three. Alas, this is not my life ...

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What did Maurice Sendak know about the wild things that no one else did?

Washington Post
When Maurice Sendak died in 2012, obituaries looked back at dozens ofterrific children's books written over his lifetime, as well as memorable set designs for ballets and operas. But his watershed moment had probably been some 30 years earlier. In 1981 ...

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Guggenheim Exhibit With Video of Dogs Trying to Fight Stirs Criticism

New York Times
Sun Yuan and Peng Yu's “Dogs That Cannot Touch Each Other,” a seven-minute video with eight American pit bulls on eight treadmills. Credit Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Habana. Two weeks before a much-anticipated exhibition ...

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