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The Raphael Rerun Principle by Laura Raphael

The joke in my family is that I like reruns. From leftover pizza to watching that same episode of “Friends” for the tenth time, I find comfort in returning to what I’ve already encountered.

While this belies a rather conservative streak in my character, I suppose, I have an additional explanation: re-watching or re-reading (or re-eating) can also be a richer experience, deeper and more rewarding the second time round than the first.

Romance Books Made Into Movies

Which ones are your favorites? Are there any books you would add to the list?

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Girl with a Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier

 The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy

Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier

New In The Digital Collections: 1922 Tulsa City Directory

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The 1922 Tulsa City Directory has been added to the Library's City Directory Collection online. City directories contain a wealth of information for genealogists, researchers, and history enthusiasts. In the directories, you will find addresses and occupations of residents, complete business directories, advertisements, and more. 

March webinar roundup

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Every month the Nonprofit Resource Center compiles a list of free, upcoming webinars on nonprofit topics .

Find free webinars year round with the Nonprofit Resource Center's training guide.

Before You Seek a Grant:  A Checklist for New Nonprofits
March 3, 2014
3:00 PM EST

 

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