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geling-yan's picture
Jan.30.2009
We mourn the passing of my beloved father-in-law, Lawrence David Walker, on January 27, 2009.  Below are his obituary published in the Salt Lake...
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robert-sward's picture
Jan.30.2009
Message today : "We regret to inform that ___ Books, San Jose, CA will be closing (or sold) within the coming months. We have 9 copies of...
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jim-malusa's picture
Jan.30.2009
“How’s the book doing?” The question rose above the Christmas chatter of a dozen relatives gathered round a table set with wine and cheese. The voice...
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lynn-ruth-miller's picture
Jan.29.2009
THEATREWORKS PRESENTS TWENTIETH CENTURY This Hecht-MacArthur comedy is set in the observation car of the Twentieth Century Limited a luxury...
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sean-h-taylor's picture
Jan.29.2009
My kids got me thinking tonight while we were having dinner at Pizza Hut (getting me thinking is always a dangerous thing to do) about how cool an...
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lynn-ruth-miller's picture
Jan.29.2009
Marin Theatre Company presents: MY COUNTRY MY AFRICA I saw this play the day Barack Obama was inaugurated as president of the United States...
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alex-grant's picture
Jan.29.2009
John Martyn, one of the most gifted and idiosyncratic songwriters and guitar players of his generation, died today, at the age of 60. You can find...
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belle-yang's picture
Jan.29.2009
As in prose writing, sequential art of the comic book, you can sail into the doldrums when there is not enough information or you haven't found the...
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deborah-grabien's picture
Jan.29.2009
So, New Boss called Rep-D Henry Waxman and told him to dump the paltry bit of the "stimulus" package earmarked for family planning. Colour...
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alex-grant's picture
Jan.29.2009
As I write this(b)log, my thoughts turn to my birthplace, and the Elysian Fields of my youth. I have been studying the history of the city of Pompeii...
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sue-glasco's picture
Apr.16.2009
Odd how a life in the 19th Century that ended in 1892 has kept me so busy recently in 2009.  Although I surfed a bit (okay a lot) on RR last night,...
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Apr.16.2009
Gentle Readers, did you know it's National Library Week?  It is! It comes to no one's surprise that I love libraries. I worked for my local library...
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Apr.16.2009
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Susan Boyle's Britain's Got Talent Audition A surprising contestant on a talent show like “American Idol” in England.Simon Cowell was one of the...
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ben-campbell's picture
Apr.16.2009
Bromance, lesbro, boxset bitchassness. Ballerina Suzy explores asphyxiophilia. This read might knock you on your ass, tickle and deep throat kiss you...
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Apr.16.2009
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Demon Denim. Feeding off a earlier column in the WSJ by Daniel Akst, who wrote, "no fabric has ever been so insidiously effective at undermining...
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nancybrady's picture
Apr.16.2009
An earlier blog post, I mentioned bookcrossing.  For those of you unaware of the concept, people all across the world leave books for others to find...
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Apr.16.2009
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Apr.16.2009
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Honeybees are very important players in our web-o-life; 80% of modern crop pollination depends on them. For the last 4 or 5 years, however, they have...
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Apr.16.2009
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patricia-snodgrass's picture
Apr.16.2009
It's happened to all of us at one time or another. The jock who stuffs the nerdy freshmen in the locker, the cheerleaders who tease the less...
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Red Room Blogs banner photograph (at the top of the page) is of writer Ernest Hemingway with Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, and three unidentified people at a cafe in Pamplona, Spain, during the Fiesta of San Fermin in July 1925; photograph used courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.