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Tessa's Book Review: Grizzly Bears and Razor Clams: Walking America's Pacific Northwest Trail by Chris Townsend

As travel books go, Grizzly Bears and Razor Clams is small and unimpressive.  But after thinking about it and actually reading it, the accomplishment this author describes is quite a feat.  Not many people have walked the length of the new, rough, and unfinished Pacific Northwest Trail (PNT) which tracks along the US/Canada border through rugged country.

Tessa's Movie Review: The Intouchables

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French movie The Intouchables is a terrifically funny movie about a quadriplegic. Based on a true story, the quadriplegic is a wealthy and cultured man who hires a convicted felon from the projects as his male nurse.  Rated R, the movie has bad language and some adult situations, but even those are pretty funny.

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Carnegie Feature Film: The Intouchables

08/01/2013 6:30 pm
08/01/2013 8:30 pm

The French movie The Intouchables is a terrifically funny movie about a quadriplegic. Based on a true story, the quadriplegic is a wealthy and cultured man who hires a convicted felon from the projects as his male nurse.  Rated R, the movie has bad language and some adult situations, but even those are pretty funny.

Join us in the Carnegie auditorium on Thursday, August 1st, at 6:30 pm.  Free refreshments.

Tessa's book review: Written in Red: a novel of the Others by Anne Bishop

All the elements for a great read come together in Anne Bishop's new book Written in Red. Meg has found shelter from the cold in the unlikeliest place. Humans don't belong among any of the Others. Not the shifters, not even the Crows, not the vampires, not any of the Others. But here she is, with a job and everything.Jacket cover

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