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Culture Chronicles Ep3  |  Houston North Library Services

Culture Chronicles Ep3 | Houston North Library Services

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(Upbeat electronic music plays) (Lone Star College Culture Chronicles EP3 | Houston North Library Services #ChooseLearning) So Houston North you know we were previously centers and we’ve created a library at each previously known as a center location: Greenspoint, Fairbanks, and Victory. So the libraries are very small, but in conjunction with the coordinators at […]

Hugh Grant Is an Open Book

Hugh Grant Is an Open Book

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I’M A HUGE FAN OF YOURS, AS YOU KNOW, HUGH AND WHEN WE FIRST MET WE MET AT A PARTY IN LONDON. IT WAS IN THE EARLY HOURS OF THE MORNING. AND I REMEMBER YOU SAID TO ME, YOU ARE SO HAPPY. YOU HAVE A KIND FACE. THEN YOU STARTED TO TELL ME ALMOST EVERYTHING […]

BOOK 1 – Orwell ‘1984’

BOOK 1 – Orwell ‘1984’

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It’s a beautiful thing, the destruction of words. Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever be needed will be expressed by […]

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Librarian

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Hi. My name is Alan, and I’m a librarian. I’ve been working in public libraries for over 25 years, and I’ve worked in libraries all across Melbourne. My main duties as a librarian are customer and information service, helping people to find sources of information, learning what interests people and helping them choose books and […]

What is the Explorer’s Guide To Wildemount? Matt Mercer introduces a new D&D setting

What is the Explorer’s Guide To Wildemount? Matt Mercer introduces a new D&D setting

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– Your world is now officially part of D&D. You have a new book coming out which is called “The Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount.” This is huge. – [Matthew] This is crazy. – Can you tell me about what’s in the book and also what it feels like to have this come together? – Yeah, […]

David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt

David Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt

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David Irving read a book by Deborah Lipstadt on Holocaust deniers and didn’t like what he read. In the book prof. Lipstadt described him as a Holocaust denier and he considered that the implication of that description was that he wasn’t a serious historian. He was right to draw that inference. He had a practice […]

First Look at EastWest Hollywood Backup Singers | Sound Library | euansmithmusic.co.uk

First Look at EastWest Hollywood Backup Singers | Sound Library | euansmithmusic.co.uk

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hi everyone and in today’s video we’re gonna be looking at east/west backup singers sound library hi my name is EUan Smith and welcome to Euan Smith music if this is your first time here then please don’t forget to hit like and subscribe as well as that bail notification so that you can be […]

Pushing Boundaries: Comedy, Comic Books and The Media | Shades of U.S.

Pushing Boundaries: Comedy, Comic Books and The Media | Shades of U.S.

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♪ [THEME MUSIC] ♪>>WELCOME TO “SHADES OF US,” THE SHOW THAT LOOKS AT THE COMPLEXITY OF RACE AND IDENTITY IN THE UNITED STATES. I AM YOUR HOST, MAGALIE LAGUERRE-WILKINSON. ON THIS EPISODE, BREAKING BARRIERS. THE DAUGHTER OF A FAMOUS CIVIL RIGHTS ERA COMEDIAN PICKS UP HER FATHER’S LEGACY BY EXPLORING POWER DYNAMICS IN SOCIETY. NEWSMAKERS […]

Black Comic Book Festival draws thousands in Harlem

Black Comic Book Festival draws thousands in Harlem

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>>Sreenivasan: THIS WEEKEND, NEW YORK’S SCHOMBURG LIBRARY IN HARLEM CELEBRATED THE TRADITION OF BLACK COMICS WITH ITS ANNUAL BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL. THOUSANDS ATTEND THE TWO-DAY EXHIBITION, WHICH ALSO FEATURES SCREENINGS, PANEL DISCUSSIONS AND A COSPLAY COMPETITION. AND FOR FANS, BOTH YOUNG AND OLD, IT’S A CHANCE TO MEET SOME OF THEIR FAVORITE COMIC CREATORS […]

Top 10 Movies Better Than The Book

Top 10 Movies Better Than The Book

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As a general rule, movie adaptations of books are at worst horrible, and at best somewhere hovering above mediocre. It’s difficult to shoehorn a book’s numerous plot points, and beloved characters, into 90-120 minutes of running time. Heck, just look at the complaints about the inconsequential details left out of the various Harry Potter books. […]