With Apologies to Hornby: April 2019

Books ReadNone Books Bought/Found/GivenDolefully, a Rampart Stands – Paige Ackerson-KielyArlo Finch in the Lake of the Moon – John AugustWriting Hard Stories: Celebrated Memoirists Who Shaped Art from Trauma – Melanie BrooksSilence In the Woods – J.P. ChoquetteThe Disasters – M.K. EnglandThe Familiars – Stacey HallMidnight in Chernobyl – Adam HigginbothamCarry On – Rainbow RowellDMT: …

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Smaller is Bigger: Celebrating Independent Bookstore Day

It’s the last Saturday in April. And if you’re a lover of books, supporting local businesses, and building community, that means one thing. It’s Independent Book Store Day. A day for celebrating the incredible gift of storytelling at indie bookstores that keep the money your spending close to home. A chance to meet and talk …

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Fairfax singer/songwriter keeps it humble with big ‘90s sound, new EP

“I rarely party with Duane ‘The Rock’ Johnson.” Troy Millette Troy Millette laughs and shakes his head as he discusses the extent of the fast-living, hard-partying, big-pimpin’ lifestyle he’s adopted since his debut EP – Living With a Ghost – dropped on Feb. 7.  In reality, Millette wouldn’t have the time to hang out with …

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