I'm so excited - Atul Gawande (Photo courtesy of Amar Karodkar) has a new book out! Being Mortal is now on order so you can place your holds and have your copy of the book, or book on CD if you prefer the audio version, ready and waiting for you once the actual copies come in (I have my hold placed already). I just love how he can write about medicine and the medical field in a way that a regular person, such as myself, can understand, and he makes it all just so darn interesting and infor
Last spring, walking in a park near my house, I saw something I'd never seen before: people playing cricket. It got me thinking about this sport that I suddenly realized I knew nothing about, and had only seen in English costume dramas.
You've probably noticed that many new and returning television series have their roots in the comic book world. Whether the shows are strictly based on certain titles (most aren't) or inspired by characters and worlds originally created by comics writers and artists, you can enrich your viewing experience by delving into the backstory of your new favorite hero or antihero.
Here's a list of some TV to comics ties and suggestions for reading to get you started:
Are you looking for work and need to brush up on your Word or Excel skills? The Community Technology Center offers free Microsoft Word and Excel Basics classes, plus several topic specific modules, every month! Once you have the basics down, pick and choose the modules that best meet your learning needs.
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Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act begins November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015. During this time you may enroll for the first time, renew your current plan, or switch to a different plan. If you were enrolled in a plan for 2014, the benefit year ends on December 31, 2014.