Author Archives: Beth

The Power of Love to Dispel Hate

Every summer in New York there is a major parade to celebrate a several communities crucial to NYC cultural life. This is true of several parades, but the one I’m talking about is NYC Pride, one of New York City’s … Continue reading

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Well-knit codes

A colleague here sent around this cool article about WWI and WWII spies who used knitting to code observations for the Resistance. It seems unlikely to me that a lot of knitters went to the trouble to learn codes in … Continue reading

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Magazine of the Week

Welcome back, everyone! As I’ve mentioned, it’s been a bit crazy around the library. So I wanted to fill in some backstory for last week’s Mag of the Week before going on to the next one. Redbook is one of … Continue reading

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