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November Book Discussion

Please join us on Monday, November 23rd at 7 pm via Zoom to discuss the book “Women in the Kitchen: Twelve Essential Cookbook Authors Who Defined the Way We Eat, from 1661 to Today” by Anne […]

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What’s Cooking This Fall?

A plethora of new celebrity chef cookbooks this October, that’s what cooking! These are just a few highlights to look forward to… One of the most anticipated is Ina Garten’s Modern Comfort Food…just what we […]

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Crime Time Corner #3

Downton Abbey sparked interest in early 20th century England in the lives and experiences of both the upper and lower classes and Jacqueline Winspear has written a mystery series along similar themes in the Maisie […]

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Crime Time Corner #2

Mystery-Crime-Thriller novels often take us to other places, but they can also transport us to other times. There are many historical crime series that are set in the very distant past that are worth a […]

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Crime Time Corner

Imagine that you have committed a murder; the victim deserved what he got, you were never caught, but you know that sooner or later, you will be called to account. What to do? This is […]

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Workouts at Home

Having trouble getting motivated? Missing your Zumba class? Yoga class? Strength training?  “Stay safe, Stay home” may be the order of the day (okay, months), but don’t let it keep you on the couch or […]