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25 Amazing Facts About Libraries

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There may be no greater repository of analog information than the library, a glorious assembly of printed pages that can take us on adventures, educate us, and fill our days and nights with details of worlds beyond our own—all free of charge. Today, there are roughly 116,867 public and academic libraries dotting the country. To celebrate National Library Week, we've rounded up 25 fascinating facts about these irreplaceable institutions.
1. Benjamin Franklin started up a lending library in 1731.
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One of the oldest public libraries in the country opened in 1790 in Franklin, Massachusetts, where residents circulated books donated by Benjamin Franklin. The Founding Father once started his own lending library in 1731 in Philadelphia called the Library Company, but it required a subscription fee of 40 shillings.

Illustrated storybook teaches Filipino youth about comfort women

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Illustrated storybook teaches Filipino youth about comfort women
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The trauma of war leaves scars that burn long after the conflict has receded and everyone else has forgotten.
Moreover, the government’s invalidation of wartime narratives —  of atrocity, of injustice — is enough to reopen old wounds.
But every now and then, an instance of solidarity comes to soothe and salve the pain.
A new book serves as a literal example of art that comforts the disturbed and disturbs the comfortable.
My Mother is More Than a Comfort Woman is a 63-page storybook complete with illustrations that features four short narratives on Filipino “comfort women” survivors known as “Lolas.”

Kodak Black's security guard shot in parking lot ambush


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A security guard for rapper Kodak Black has been hospitalised after a shooting in a McDonald's parking lot in Florida.
The Zeze star and his entourage had just left the Cultur3 Fest featuring Kodak Black + Friends event in Tallahassee in the early hours of Monday when they noticed they were being followed.
His drivers tried to cut the pursuers off by having one of their cars block the entrance to the restaurant's parking area, but when a suspicious vehicle pulled up, a passenger opened fire, hitting a bodyguard in the leg.
The injured employee was taken to a nearby hospital, where he is now in a stable condition, TMZ reported, noting the guard reportedly underwent surgery after one of the shots apparently hit an artery.

Lizzo has hinted at collaborations with Harry Styles and Rihanna


Lizzo has teased potential collaborations with Harry Styles and Rihanna.
The 'Good As Hell' hitmaker revealed she was planning to phone the 'Golden' hitmaker - who she has become great pals with - over the weekend to plan a duet with the 27-year-old pop star.
She told fans on Instagram Live: “New music is mother******* coming.
“Are you and Harry going to collab? I have a collab with him this weekend. I’m going to call him.”
The 'Truth Hurts' hitmaker also has a song she has written for her and the 'Work' hitmaker that she wants to try and get the 33-year-old Bajan superstar to lay down her vocals on.

Review: Seasons - Tori Harper | Cross Rhythms


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After a period of crisis when the world wide slump in music sales seemed to stymie the US CCM industry, it is now back to what it knows best and discovering top rate church-based young talent, and putting them with the impressive enclave of Nashville's young and hungry producers to make music which connects with America's Christian radio audience. This debut EP from Tori Harper is very impressive I've little doubt that the 19-year-old will go on to big things. Taking a cue from Psalm 16:11, "Joy", produced by Colby Wedgeworth (Jordan Feliz, Mandisa) is already a US Christian radio hit while the title track, overseen by Grammy winner Seth Mosley (For King & Country, Skillet) and Mike "X" O'Conner (Colton Dixon, Brandon Heath), sounds like it, too, will soon be getting airplay. The production throughout is skilfully executed electro pop, Tori's voice is pure-toned and her lyrics uplifting but never clichéd. Yep, Nashville has another potential CCM star.

Spreading the joy of reading: Walking BookFairs has covered 20,000 km across 20 states

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Spreading the joy of reading: Walking BookFairs has covered 20,000 km across 20 states
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Akshaya Routray and Satabdi Mishra are reaching out to thousands who have no access to books in our country.
Most book lovers agree that the pleasure of reading surpasses everything else.
Through an innovative concept based on a ‘travelling library’ or ‘books on wheels’ the founders of Walking BookFairs, Akshaya Routray (36), and Satabdi Mishra (34) want reading to reach all, with more accessible bookstores and libraries where people can read, understand the world, each other and their problems.
Highlighting that reading books is essential and vital for our society and not just a pleasurable activity or a pastime, they believe that it is only through reading that we can bring about any social change, and build a better world.

Ministry books 477 for Covid-19 precautionary measure violations

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Doha: Ministry of Interior (MoI) officials have intensified efforts to take action against individuals violating various Covid-19 precautionary measures in the country and have reported 477 violations in the country. 
377 were booked for not wearing masks in public while 11 were found violating the limit allowed in a vehicle, which is specified as four persons, including the driver, except for members of the same family. 
The Ministry also referred 88 persons for not maintaining safe physical distancing and one for not installing the Ehteraz application. 
The officials referred them to the Public Prosecution for violations. 

The Quietus | Reviews


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, April 6th, 2021 08:38
The first of the year's two promised Dntel albums offers an intriguing glimpse into Jimmy Tamborello's sketchbook for Will Salmon
In ‘The Lilac And The Apple’, the opening track on the new Dntel album, a robotic voice croaks out the first few bars of an eerie acapella folk song. It's joined a few moments later by the far more human tones of Kate Wolf, the American singer-songwriter who originally wrote the song in 1977. The two singers – in fact both Wolf, processed, vocodered and time-stretched – duet with each other in uncanny harmony.
It's not the first time that producer Jimmy Tamborello has used such effects. His breakthrough 2001 LP,

Britain at the Turn of the 20th Century Was Dealing With a Lot, Badly

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Simon Heffer’s “The Age of Decadence” describes a society in ferment and a complacent ruling class.

The Hazards of American Justice

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The Hazards of American Justice
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A combination of scholarly insight and firsthand pain lends force to this book about the inescapability of prison. Miller, an assistant professor at the University of Chicago, interviewed hundreds of people to learn how former inmates navigate life after serving time. He himself grew up in poverty while his father was in jail. “Halfway Home” combines case studies with memoir, focusing on Miller’s brother, whose collect calls, arbitrary parole officer and efforts to remain free bedevil the author and his middle-class family. The book also offers a wide view, noting that 45,000 state and federal laws regulate the lives of former inmates, adding up to the most “profound level of legal exclusion.” Their status as ex-convicts affects their ability to vote, secure housing, find jobs and see their children. Some of Miller’s rhetoric goes too far: He refers to jails as “cages,” describes incarceration as “the afterlife of slavery” and entitles one chapter “Chains and Corpses.” Yet counterbalancing these flourishes are the enraging indignities suffered by his subjects — most of them African-Americans. They include one man who spent hours traveling to the wrong agency on the instruction of a careless parole officer. He would have had to walk nine miles to another agency had the author not agreed to drive him. Miller describes this precarious ecosystem as the “economy of favors.” Ex-convicts move “from one catastrophe to the next,” relying on the forbearance of others to help them avoid eviction, firing or a missed appointment, any one of which could mean a return to jail. Miller turns a rigorous yet compassionate eye toward a population that we often overlook. Far from having paid their debt to society, former prisoners are persistently kept from rejoining it.

In James Merrill's Letters, a Workshop and a Stage for the Poet's Wit

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In James Merrill’s Letters, a Workshop and a Stage for the Poet’s Wit
James Merrill found that letters suited him better than essays. Quick literary judgments became an epistolary specialty.Credit...The New London Day
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A WHOLE WORLD
Edited by Langdon Hammer and Stephen Yenser
When he was 25 and traveling abroad, the poet James Merrill (1926-95) learned that his mother had destroyed letters he’d been sent from several different men, fearing that they presented her son with a “threat of exposure.” Recounting this incident in “A Different Person” (1993), his too-little-known autobiography, Merrill pointed out how “it never occurred to the alarmists that a person who made no secret of his life was a sorry target for blackmail.” As years passed and his romantic activity remained forthright and far-flung, his mother became, for the most part, “forbearance itself.” She is one of her son’s many correspondents in the six decades’ worth of letters that now fill “A Whole World,” a cosmopolitan, bejeweled and philosophical chronicle of friendship, love, sex and work.

Imagining the Timeless Childhood of Beverly Cleary's Portland

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Imagining the Timeless Childhood of Beverly Cleary’s Portland
In the winter of 2019, a family traveled on a literary pilgrimage to the Oregon city that left its mark on the celebrated author’s imagination.
Fans leave tributes at the bronze statue of one of Beverly Cleary’s cherished characters, Ramona Quimby, at the Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden in Portland, Ore. The author died March 25 at the age of 104.Credit...Leah Nash for The New York Times
By Ann Mah
April 6, 2021, 5:00 a.m. ET
Fifteen months ago I traveled to Portland, Ore., to visit the childhood haunts and homes of Beverly Cleary, the beloved and award-winning author of more than 40 books for children and young adults. I was accompanied by my husband and our daughter, all three of us aficionados of Ramona Quimby, us parents having read all the books as children, before rereading them aloud to our kid.

Even on Her Best Days, Brandi Carlile Cleans Up Vomit

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Even on Her Best Days, Brandi Carlile Cleans Up Vomit
Brandi Carlile’s memoir is dedicated to her family and to “fellow misfits on the island of misfit toys.”Credit...Jason Kempin/Getty Images
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BROKEN HORSES
By Brandi Carlile
One morning in December 2018, the singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile was awakened at her home in rural Washington by a 5 o’clock phone call alerting her to the fact that she and her bandmates had received six Grammy nominations for their album “By the Way, I Forgive You.”
A short time later, as Carlile writes in her new memoir, “both my kids woke up vomiting. That’s what I love about the juxtaposition of my jobs. You’d think that it would be a total downer to spend a day like that getting life-affirming news and simultaneously being thrown up on and stuck in front of ‘Dora the Explorer’ all day, but it was PERFECT.”

No Longer Homeless or Hiking, Raynor Winn Is Still in Thrall to Nature

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No Longer Homeless or Hiking, Raynor Winn Is Still in Thrall to Nature
In her new memoir, “The Wild Silence,” Raynor Winn and her husband settle on a farm after spending months hiking England’s South West Coast Path. But “we would always need to find our way back to the path,” Winn writes, “to smell the salt and spread our arms into the wind on the cliff top.”Credit...Alice Walker
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THE WILD SILENCE
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“The Wild Silence” continues the story Raynor Winn began in her well-received 2019 memoir, “The Salt Path,” but one can enjoy the sequel on its own, for it includes a recap of the circumstances that caused Winn and her husband, Moth, both in their 50s, to lose the beloved farm in Wales where they had kept sheep, grown vegetables and raised a family. Soon after their eviction (following a financial dispute with a business partner and a lost court battle), Moth received a diagnosis of corticobasal degeneration, or CBD, a brain disease with no treatment or cure. Ignoring his doctor’s admonition to avoid tiring himself or walking too far, and with no home to return to, the couple took to the outdoors instead, embarking on a strenuous monthslong hike along the 630 miles of England’s South West Coast Path.

Who Can Actually Afford to Live in Portland?

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Who Can Actually Afford to Live in Portland?
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By Willy Vlautin
Craftsman and small clapboard houses still dot the streets of Portland, Ore., as they have for over a century, but next to them now you will find walls of steel and glass stretching up into the city’s gray skies. If you’re familiar with the area, the sight may be chilling. These condos stand in the place of old churches and Boys & Girls Clubs, on lots purchased by developers and sold by families who often had little choice. You may get a sense, looking at half-built 12-unit condominiums with rents twice as high as those families’ mortgages, that they’re not just replacing the old ways of Portland. They may be replacing everyone who can’t keep up.

Hunter Biden's Beautiful Things is a brave memoir of his 'crack-fuelled odyssey' – but why write it?

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In an ideal world, this book would never have been written. The author more-or-less says so himself. By his account, Hunter Biden – father, lawyer, recovering addict – was dragged into the spotlight during the 2020 election purely because he was Joe Biden’s son, and he’s half right. Joe was always going to be vetted; Hunter’s businesses dealings in Ukraine were always going to be examined.
But Trump supporters also dredged up Hunter’s problems with drink and drugs, which was a low blow. Anyone who has had an addiction, or knows someone with one, will appreciate that the addict is not themselves: they cannot be judged for their actions. Hunter writes honestly and with courage about the collapse of his marriage, hurting his father, squandering cash and going on a “crack-fuelled, cross-country odyssey”. There is no Hunter S Thompson joy here. It’s just sad.

Jawan to cover top to bottom of nation running 4300 kms in 50 days to enter record books


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Jawan to cover top to bottom of nation running 4300 kms in 50 days to enter record books
Jalandhar, Apr 6 (UNI) Two legs marathon and the distance is 4300 kms ! In a bid to make it to the Guinness Book of World records, an Indian Army soldier, Naik Velu P, has on Tuesday started ultra-marathon from Srinagar to Kanyakumari and aims to complete huge distance within 50 days.
NaikVelu P, an ultra-marathoner, was given a grand welcome by Brigadier V Anand, Commandant and all ranks at Military Hospital Jalandhar on 05 April 2021 on his arrival from Srinagar via Pathankot. NaikVelu P born on 21 April 1991 at Krishnagiri (Tamil Nadu) joined Indian Army in December 2011 (AMC).

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“Transcending time and making messages about equality eternal,” says Maria Grazia Chiuri, “is my work’s raison d’être.”
Her Dior: Maria Grazia Chiuri’s New Voice features the work of 33 women photographers, including Coco Capitán, Laura Coulson, and Brigitte Niedermair, who photographed Dior’s “We Should All Be Feminists” T-shirt from Chiuri’s debut collection, inspired by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay. “I wanted female eyes to capture these pluralistic ideas of femininity and other perspectives on how women are represented, in connection with feminism,” says Chiuri, “which is the driving philosophy of my vision and of Dior’s identity today.” —

The Quietus | Features | A Quietus Interview | Earth, Wind And Fire: An Interview With Annea Lockwood


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, April 6th, 2021 10:03
Jennifer Lucy Allan talks to the New Zealand born composer about love letters on quarter-inch tape, piano gardens and doll shops, and the physical effects of sound upon our bodies
Annea Lockwood portrait by Sam Green
'For Ruth' and 'Conversations '74' plus A Film About Listening make up part of the bill for this year's Counterflows At Home digital festival which runs for all of April
“Tell me everything…”
“Yes, yes, yes… love!”
This begins with a love story. New Zealand-born composer Annea Lockwood’s most recent composition ‘For Ruth’ is a reply to a love letter on tape her late partner Ruth Anderson made her in 1974, titled ‘Conversations ‘74’. In ‘For Ruth’, their affectionate conversational fragments, loving affirmations and the bubbling laughter of two people giddy for one another are embraced by field recordings of rich birdsong, grumbling frogs and passing cars, as well as resonant vocal intonations, which sound like the tintinnabulation of struck metal. The few complete sentences that surface contain an exchange that is a sort of found poetry on the feeling that the world has become whole through partnership with another person.

The Quietus | Features | Anniversary | The Sound Of Freedom: PiL's The Flowers Of Romance 40 Years On


Behind the dialogue
We're in a mess.
There’s a future essay to be written about COVID-19 culture – the artefacts that emerged from our plague year and what they say about where we were as a society: celebrities Zoom duets, the veneration of Sir Tom, our weekly clap for the NHS. These things were born of an instinct to find a unifying sense of positivity. Now, with a few months’ distance, it looks more like escapism, all of it masking a terror writhing beneath.
At the time there seemed to be little alternative, culturally speaking. But last year, amid what we would come to know as the UK’s first wave of the global COVID-19 pandemic, I found myself instead listening obsessively to an album which seemed to capture the public mood perfectly. That album was

Vast archives at JFK Library help bring 'Hemingway' to life

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BOSTON (AP) -- A new documentary on Ernest Hemingway -- powered by vast but little-known archives kept at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and

Demi Lovato takes receipt of Gwyneth Paltrow's latest self-pleasure package


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Demi Lovato has become the latest celebrity to receive a self-care gift box from Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow.
A week after the Oscar winner sent newly-single Kim Kardashian a new vibrator and a sex-themed candle, Gwyneth sent a similar package to Demi.
The 28-year-old singer showed off her gifts in a video shared to her Instagram Story on Saturday - the day after she dropped her latest album, Dancing With the Devil... The Art of Starting Over.
The package featured a vibrator, sex gel, and a candle called This Smells Like Demi‘s Orgasm.
"Wowowow thank you @GwynethPaltrow you’re a real one," Demi captioned the video.

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