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11/30/2011 11:30 am

Book review: The dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey

    The volume The dragonriders of Pern contains three of my all-time favorite titles: Dragonflight, Dragonquest, and The white dragon.  Anne McCaffrey is a prolific writer with multiple scifi/fantasy series, but her Pern volumes are the most numerous and arguably the most popular.  What has always appealed to me, first, is Pern itself: its beautiful dragons and Earth backhistory and curre

Carnegie: Jackson Sierra Club and JDL present "An Evening with Loreen Niewenhuis"

11/14/2011 6:30 pm

An Evening with Loreen Niewenhuis

Niewenhuis chronicles her 64-day hike around Lake Michigan, in search of its wild places and fragile ecosystems.  Books will be available for sale and signing. This program is free and open to the public.  For more information please call Mark at 517-787-2476.

The program is co-sponsored by the Jackson Sierra Club and the Jackson District Library. It will take place on Monday November 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the Sergeant Auditorium at the Jackson District Library, 244 West Michigan Ave, Jackson, MI  49201.

Carnegie: JXN Community Forum: State of Unions

11/17/2011 6:30 pm

"State of Unions" is November JXN Community Forum topic!

The forum will be a panel discussion on some of the trends and challenges facing unions today, including the proposed "right to work" legislation.  Panelists will be: John P. Beck, Director, Labor Education Program at Michigan State University;  Howard F. Gordon, Staff Attorney with SEIU:  Jim Pedersen, UAW National Community Action Program and Pam Schultz, President of the Jackson County Education Association.  The public is invited to share in the discussion.

Action/Comedy DVD review: The A-team (2010)

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    If you haven't seen the remake of A-team, I encourage you to check that one out. This movie takes the old series and does it even better.  All the characters are great--and they make a great team.  There are multiple laugh-out-loud lines and gags along with a mostly good plot.

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