Come to our ESL English Conversation Club, where you can practice your English skills in a casual environment. This conversation group is for English learners at all levels, but participants should have some English knowledge. This is an open group, and you can drop in at anytime between 7 and 8 p.m.
I bought a nice pair of Bose headphones and they changed my
life. The sound quality was so good that I decided it was finally time to jump back
into listening to classical music. Classical recordings, even the smaller label
records, are almost always of extreme audiophile quality. Soon I was hovering
over my favorite orchestras again, hearing every nuance and harmonic that
distinguishes one version of the Eroica,
for example, from the next. In high school I was obsessed with Beethoven, and through
If you haven't been watching Mad Men on AMC you are missing out on one of the best written, best acted shows on television today. You can get up to speed with Don, Betty, Joan, Peggy, Pete and the crew by checking out seasons 1 and 2 from your local DC Public Library.
At today's story time we read Bats at the Library by Brian Lies. Afterward we made little felt bats to hang around the children's room and to take home.If you want to make a felt bat of your very own it's super simple to do. All you need is * A piece of felt * A pipe cleaner
Check out these great new books-on-disc @ Watha T. Daniel:That Old Cape Magic, by Richard Russo; read by Arthur Morey
My Sister's Ex, by Cydney Rax; read by Bahni Turpin and Adenrele Ojo
Cemetery Dance, by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child; read by Scott Brick
Fatal Secrets, by Allison Brennan; read by Ann Marie Lee
Cutting Edge, by Allison Brennan; read by Ann Marie Lee
Satchel: the Life and Times of an American Legend, by Larry Tye; read by Dominic Hoffman
I had the weirdest coincidence this last weekend, in that I was reading two separate books that take place in two totally different time periods and both of them mentioned the exact same architectural feature in Rome.
I grew up in Buffalo, NY, right on the Niagara River. When you're a kid, you don't always realize the most obvious facts of your circumstances; after all, you've had no experiences to tell you what is extraordinary (or not) about the place you're growing up in. For instance: I would never have guessed how formative it could be to grow up on the border of another country.
You know it's an end of an era when something that you cherished as a child finally ends. Today is the final day of Reading Rainbow on PBS. The show ran for 26 years, and due to financial problems and a change in the philosophy behind PBS children's programming, Reading Rainbow will fade into history.
8/24/09: Hazards! The Chronicle of Lucifer Jones 1934-1938, by Mike Resnick8/24/09: Down in the Flood, by Kenneth Abel8/24/09: The French Gardener, by Santa Montefiore8/24/09: The Ride, by Brian Macquarrie8/24/09: 10,000 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget, Wise Bread Bloggers8/24/09: The Everything Guide to Stepparenting8/24/09: GRE 2010 Princeton Review Study Guide8/13/09: Flood, by Stephen Baxter8/13/09: A Slice of Murder, by Chris Cavender
8/16/09: Mina's Joint, Keshia Ervin8/12/09: Playing Dirty, KiKi Swinson8/08/09: CakeMan, Gregory Dixon8/02/09: ManEater, Mary B Morrison7/18/09: Sisters & Husband, Connie Briscoe7/15/09: Where's There's Smoke, Terra Little7/09/09: Sugar Daddy's Game, Gregory Dixon7/09/09: Return of a Gangster's Girl, Chunichi7/09/09: Married to the Game, Chunichi7/09/09: Gangster's Girl, Chunichi