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    • No Wrong Notes

      New poetry by local author Norman Weinstein
        Like most people, I have shelves in my home stacked with books that say something about who I am. Eggers, Vonnegut and Sedaris in one corner, Dillard, Descartes and a collection of Calvin and Hobbes in the other, like some piecemeal personal ad. If this short list is any indication of my taste, then the North End bungalow Norman Weinstein shares with his wife, writer Mary Owen, is a paper and ink mosaic of his soul.
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    • True Love and the Wooly Bugger

      Dave Ames on feast, famine and fishing
        Very few books have inspired me to start writing my own immediately after turning the last page. Among them are To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard, Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut and A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers. On a Southwest flight to Burbank this November, I had to add True Love and the Wooly Bugger by Dave Ames. Flipping through the last chapter with peanut-stained fingers, I was filled with the kind of lightness that makes you smile to yourself--like suddenly you're in on the secret and plan to do something great with the borrowed wisdom.
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    • Thorns Have Roses

      Suzanne Locklear's recipe for life
    • Literary Trifecta

      Three notables read at Log Cabin

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