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The New Library, Part 2: Touring the Halifax Central Library

The New Library, Part 2: Touring the Halifax Central Library

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A lot of people would say well Google’s here so why do I need to go into a library? But libraries are evolving with communities In fact a lot of times I wonder personally People can do everything on a computer in their homes now but I think people have a desire to be social […]

Follow me out on Mallorca

Follow me out on Mallorca

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This is Mallorca by the way So I have spent most time here on Mallorca hiking around This reminds me of Brazil. A place where me and my buddy Toby used to hang out, executing poor acrobatics and shit. Like this: and swimming It’s been good I’m making sure my hair is looking alright. Is […]

London Eye Thames River Sightseeing Cruise in London, England

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Inside the New York Public Library: The Periodicals Collection

Inside the New York Public Library: The Periodicals Collection

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Welcome to the periodicals room. We have current and historical periodicals here, art, history, literature, social sciences; we have a huge general-interest collection, daily newspapers, things from just all over the world, women’s fashion from India, where you want to read a scholarly publication about T.S. Eliot, you could get all of that here. The […]

Inside The New York Public Library: The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Inside The New York Public Library: The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

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May 23, 1911, and it’s the opening day of the Library. It’s a huge deal. People have been watching this building go up for more than a dozen years. It was a very important civic event. The president of the United State, William Howard Taft, attended, the governor of New York attended, of course, the […]

Inside the New York Public Library: The Milstein Division

Inside the New York Public Library: The Milstein Division

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It’s interesting the reasons why people have come to do genealogy research over the years. It used to be very popular to try to prove that you’re related to somebody that came off the Mayflower or that you’re related to Charlemagne, or some royalty. But now, in the past couple of decades, it’s been more […]

Slover Library Now Open To Your Future & Past

Slover Library Now Open To Your Future & Past

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What began with a groundbreaking in April 2012, (groundbreaking file) has turned into Slover Library in a little under three years. On January 9, 2015, it officially opened its doors “welcome to Slover” and electronically checked out its first books thanks to Mayor Paul Fraim & Jane Batten, the widow of Frank Batten, Sr., founder […]

Inside the New York Public Library: The Maps Collection

Inside the New York Public Library: The Maps Collection

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We have about half a million maps and about 20,000 books and atlases in the collection. The collection here spans about 500 years. The earliest map is a tiny little world map published in 1525, and we collect all the way up to the present day. Some of our most heavily used maps are maps […]

How to save money when booking a hotel room – Top Tip

How to save money when booking a hotel room – Top Tip

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hello my name is Mark Simpson and I’m the founder of boost hospitality for short and I want to show you how you can save money when booking a hotel room in the UK if like me you are fed up of paying high rates for hotel rooms you are not watching this video I’m […]

Horseland Hotel & Mountain Spa Matheran Online Room Booking one of the best luxury Resort Matheran

Horseland Hotel & Mountain Spa Matheran Online Room Booking one of the best luxury Resort Matheran

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Horseland Hotel and Mountain Spa is one of the most beautiful Resorts in Matheran. The Mountain Spa is set amidst natural beautiful surroundings, you bask in nature in its purest and undisturbed form.