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    1. Thanks to Kurt -- Letters to Vonnegut

      The Huffington PostJul 17 01:39 PM

      The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, located in the city of Vonnegut's birth, Indianapolis, Indiana, exists as grassroots monument to Vonnegut and mecca to fans who come from all over the world to pay homage to not only his works but also the doors and windows he blew open wide for all who, as he once did, choose to delve into the world of literature to confront personal experiences and issues ...

    2. A tribute to the publisher of Dan Wakefield and Kurt Vonnegut, who was known for his parties and parting gifts. by Dan Wakefield The legendary basketball Coach Dean Smith won national praise for leaving in his will this year a gift of two-hundred dollars to each of his eighteen former players who won their letters in the sport at The University of North Carolina. That’s a fine gesture, but even...

    3. Howard's family and friends were duly horrified. If making a musical out of a Kurt Vonnegut classic was problematic, making a musical out of a Roger Corman B-movie set on Skid Row and featuring a talking plant was suicidal.

    4. An historic Indianapolis estate that is full of art, antiques and other valuables will soon open its doors for a huge estate sale.

    5. ?Scalia/Ginsburg? premieres at Castleton Festival and shows the Supreme Court?s congeniality.

    6. On Saturday, visitors can enter the Ayala Museum for free. There will be free access to the museum’s exhibitions, as well as pocket events featuring some of the country’s best creatives.

    7. A new foodie haven: Rosewater Market opens in Edgartown

      The Martha's Vineyard TimesJul 22 08:31 PM

      The interior of new market Rosewater, located on South Summer Street in Edgartown. – Photo by Marnely Murray “Hello, babies. Welcome to Earth. It’s hot in the summer and cold in the winter. It’s round and wet and crowded. At the outside, babies, you’ve got about a hundred years here.

    8. Misty Copeland’s words and powerful image speak volumes in Misty Copeland: Power and Grace, inspiring and empowering new and old fans to work hard because “the path to success is not as fixed and unflexible as you think.” (PRWeb July 27, 2015) Read the full story at

    9. E.L. Doctorow, who died on July 21 at age 84, was among the literary lions I chatted with at the 1975 American Booksellers Association Convention at the New York Hilton — at which my husband Joe and I were publisher-exhibitors. It was the year Random House published his mega-hit novel “Ragtime.”

    10. Edward Wilson has earned the right to title his latest book The Meaning of Human Existence, which coming from almost any other author would sound laughably pretentious. -- Read more on

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