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I have never read Atlas Shrugged.
That last sentence will be the sticking point for any small-government conservative or Tea Party activist perusing this blog who cannot wait to stop...
Independent booksellers like Suzanne DeGaetano didn’t exactly do a jig when larger competitors left the market twice in the past year and a half.
DeGaetano’s Cleveland Heights-based ...
Not all childhood hobbies can be resurrected quite the way Adam Besenyodi’s was. For the Copley resident, escaping into the world of comic books is timeless.Besenyodi, who recently visite...
Boy Oh Boy Oh Boy - "Bedtime Stories 2.0"
The word "bedtime" is deceptive. It implies that there is a specific time when children simply go to bed. With three little boys there is no...
It all starts with an idea, as they say.
For Doug Peterson, his big idea came in the form of a small exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
North Canton Middle School students won't be the only ones who get to hear from author Doug Peterson today. Peterson, an Illinois native and author of The Disappearing Man, will present t...
Kelly Gray, a freshman marketing major at Walsh University, remembers reading Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson when she was in grade school. The book about rape and difficult adolescent iss...
This weeks Whiz Kids come to us from Sue Oryszak, second-grade teacher at Orchard Hill Elementary.
Ben De Guzman