If you’re not a pizza snob now, you will be by the time you finish reading this.
How Old and New World Vultures Differ
Old World and New World Vultures are not closely related. Learn some of the ways they differ, with photos and sound bites.
What Happens When 3-D Printing Outgrows Plastics?
The food world is about to be disrupted.
Free Landscape Classes (and tips!)
Serving more than 1.5 million people a year, Arlington Public Library holds more than 600,000 items, from books, audiobooks, eBooks, and DVDs, to digital photo collections, genealogy resources, and grant funded kits for parents and teachers.
Neil Gaiman announces Neverwhere sequel, The Seven Sisters
Author says the new fantasy novel has been inspired by his work with UN refugee agency and ‘the shape London is in now’
What Libraries Do
Libraries are places of information. When most people think "library" they think books. And while that is certainly true, these days books take different shapes, such as e-books and audio books. More than just books, libraries are places of information, offering people free access to a wealth of information that they often can't find elsewhere, whether online, in print or in person. Whether they're looking for DVDs or the latest best-seller; health or business information found on internet databases not accessible at home, or going for story times and community programming, the library is a center of community for millions of people America's 123,000 libraries fall into four basic types (with a few added variations): Public…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
20 Desserts Inspired by Your Favorite Books
Nothing pairs better with a good book than a sweet treat lifted right off its pages. Try one of these delicious desserts as featured in your favorite reads.
Always in service: EMS providers visit Norwalk schools
Published 4:39 pm, Tuesday, May 9, 2017 Photo: Erik Trautmann / Hearst Connecticut Media Image 1 of / 12 Image 1 of 12 Norwalk Hospital paramedic and EMS supervisor, Lynn Ryder, puts a neck brace on third-grader Dominick Scarpelli as she visits Cranbury Elementary School providing tours of an ambulance and sharing information on EMS and 911 awareness, safety and injury prevention in recognition of National Trauma Awareness Month Tuesday, May 9, in Norwalk. The paramedics and EMTs will be visiting Norwalk schools throughout the month of May. less Norwalk Hospital paramedic and EMS supervisor, Lynn Ryder, puts a neck brace on third-grader Dominick Scarpelli as she visits Cranbury Elementary School providing tours of an ambulance…
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