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Talking Heads ’77 stands up to the test of time as a breakthrough for music.
The stories are about lady knights, the affordable housing crisis, young love, and wartime Russia.
There are a number of ways to balance technology and other aspects of our lives.
“Hell’s Princess” chronicles the life of Belle Gunness, whose proximity always seemed to bring doom.
Refreshingly, Tomi Adeyemi’s “Children of Blood and Bone” gets deserving publishing industry support.
Some of the top new releases in May 2018, selected by the Everett Public Library staff.
One person’s invader is another’s worthy survivor.
Albums by They Might Be Giants and No Age are worthy early entries for 2018’s full list.
Chase away the clouds with some great new music.
If you aren’t into verse, here are three books that might change your mind.
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Kristin Hannah’s challenging new novel is in great demand.
Here are some contemporary writers whose works might resonate with you.
“The Poet X” and “Devils Within” explore the yearning to break free from parents and the past.
Some of the top new releases in April 2018, selected by the Everett Public Library staff.
Everett Public Library recommends some reading about the marsupials and tricks to ‘play possum.’
Several books look at the relationship we have with pop culture and what that means.
Everett Public Library takes a beat to examine the interplay of good music and great television.
Everett Public Library’s Northwest Room examines the local historical record of women’s suffrage.
Everett Public Library suggests reading these powerful stories as part of #everettreads challenge.