Lois Lane is starting a new life in Metropolis. An Army brat, Lois has lived all over–and seen all kinds of things. (Some of them defy explanation, like the near-disaster she witnessed in Kansas in the middle of one night.) But now her family is putting down roots in the big city, and Lois is […]
On Friday, May 29th at 6pm, local author and teacher Lauren Alderfer discusses her new book, Teaching from the Heart of Mindfulness. Teaching from the Heart of Mindfulness approaches life as a laboratory for practicing mindfulness as a way of being – from the heart, in presence and as a teacher. When this is magnified […]
Local Forester and Author Lynn Levine discusses her new book for children, Is It Time, Yet? at 2pm on Sunday, April 19th. The story is about Spot, a salamander who journeys to a vernal pool to find a mate. Along the way Spot meets with Leo the Wood Frog and another salamander, Blue Spot. There’s […]
Yes, we are of course still here. Event season is starting up, so I’ll be posting here a little more often, but for more immediately, almost daily posting, come visit us on facebook and twitter (when I remember we have a twitter account, of course). In the meantime, enjoy spring.
Next Thursday, December 11th, we’re throwing a 30th Anniversary party! Can you believe we’ve been causing trouble for so long?! We’re also throwing a raffle with all proceeds going to the Overflow Shelter. Prices are $2 for 1 ticket or $4 for 5 tickets. Check out our totally *awesome* prizes: 1st – a night at […]
Brian Adams, Professor of Environmental Science at Greenfield Community College discusses his brand new novel, Love in the Time of Climate Change at 6pm on Friday, November 21. Meet Casey, a community college professor with OCD (Obsessive Climate Disorder). While navigating the zaniness of teaching he leads a rag-tag bunch of climate activists, lusts after […]