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Fair Haven Branch Library Marks 100 Years

by Allan Appel | Dec 9, 2017 6:31 pm | Comments (1)

Allan Appel PhotoYoung Marty Looney remembers being so absorbed in biographies of Babe Ruth, George Washington, Andrew Jackson, and Lou Gehrig that he forgot the time and his mother had to come and haul him home to Wolcott Street for dinner.

David Caron remembers doing a school paper, oh, about 60 years ago on Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

Sarah Miller and Eliezer Cruz’s 6-year-old son Pablo is making his own discoveries, especially among the science books.

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Erector Square’s “Underdog” Theater Has BIte

by Cara McDonough | Nov 16, 2017 1:10 pm | Comments (1)

Cara McDonough PhotoThe room in Erector Square on Peck Street that houses Collective Consciousness Theater seats 60 at the most, and that’s pushing the limit. Its small size means that during a show audience members — sitting on folding chairs, with the front row just a few feet from the stage — are incredibly close to the actors. And each other.

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