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  • Gibney explores race in thought-provoking book

    Shannon Gibney is blessed. She has a wonderful attitude, a unique writing style that might appeal to people of all ages and a strong sensitivity to and knowledge of racial heritage and injustice. I can think of lots of other .

  • ‘After You’ examines sadness, joy of lost love

    In real life, love stories don’t always end with “happily ever after.” Sometimes people drift apart, or circumstances — or tragedies — cut the relationship short. Perhaps that’s why Jojo Moyes’ novel, “Me Before You,” seemed to resonate with so .

  • Sociologist studies religious, nonreligious lives

    Relying upon U.S. census data and similar nationwide profiling tools and research, nationally preeminent sociologist Phil Zuckerman observes, “the number of nonreligious Americans has increased by well over 200 percent over the last twenty-five years, making (secularism) the fastest growing ‘.

  • Celebrating Shakespeare at the public library Susan.withee.librarian1

    Manhattan and KSU are in the throes of a full-out Shakespeare First Folio frenzy this month. Joining in that spirit, Manhattan Public Library invites you to share the genius, joy and fun of Shakespeare with us at three different events — .

  • Family illuminated in ‘The Past’

    This novel recounts a three-week gathering of an extended family at the old country home of their late parents in the west country of England (“the present”).  There are 44ish siblings: Harriet, Roland, Alice and Fran as well as .

  • Tips for exploring Kansas

    Do you want to get out and enjoy nature but don’t know where to go? You don’t need to travel to some far distant place, for lots of good, interesting, pleasurable state parks exist right here in Kansas. “.

  • Famous friendship illuminated in ‘Andy and Don’

    Lots of books have been written about “The Andy Griffith Show,” one of the most popular and familiar sitcoms in TV history. Daniel de Vise’s book, “Andy and Don,” focuses on the long and strong friendship between the show’.

  • ‘Good story well told’ by ‘Game of Thrones’ author

    “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” isn’t part of George R.R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” saga, but anyone who has enjoyed those books will take to this one as well. It takes place in the same fictional .

  • Read about con artists to avoid being scammed Marcia.allen1

    Have you ever heard of Ferdinand Waldo Demara? How about William Franklin Miller? Chances are, you are unfamiliar with those names, as was I. It turns out that they rank among the most gifted of con artists. Demara, for example, .

  • Dallas writes of strong women

    According to a recent article in the Kansas City Star, more millennial moms are turning to midwives for an alternate approach to maternity care. “They are very educated consumers, the millennials, and so they come really knowing what options are .

  • Doctor sees success, service

    “He was an early riser, and he did not stop. He always had multiple, multiple, multiple things going on.” That is how Julia Mitchell described her boss, John P. McGovern, MD. John “Jack” Phillip McGovern (1921-2007) was a hard worker .

  • Novel highlights Civil War prison conditions

    In Tracy Groot’s book, “The Sentinels of Andersonville,” thousands of Union prisoners crowd into a Confederate prison named Andersonville 10 miles from Americus, Georgia, during the last part of the Civil War.  Emery Jones, a Confederate soldier, captures a .


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