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Blocking street in front of City Hall @ohdottie @solsen230 & other @ivawsf #iraq
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They will be there for over an hour, a second for each iraq & Afghanistan vet who has committed suicide

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At 7 am on Monday, August 13, activists occupied a Carnegie Library which had closed in the 70s. Donated books were brought in.

Late that evening over 40 police raided the library and it was boarded up

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Image from page 285 of "The Ridpath library of universal literature : a biographical and bibliographical summary of the world's most eminent authors, including the choicest extracts and masterpieces from their writings ..." (1899)
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Title: The Ridpath library of universal literature : a biographical and bibliographical summary of the world's most eminent authors, including the choicest extracts and masterpieces from their writings ...
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Ridpath, John Clark, 1840-1900
Subjects: Literature
Publisher: New York : The Fifth avenue library society
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ft with oneOn an endless voyage gone 1Night and morning,Hannahs at the window binding shoes. Fair young Hannah,Ben, the sunburnt fisher, gayly wooes ; Hale and clever,For a willing heart and hand he sues.May-day skies are all aglowAnd the waves are laughing so!For her weddingHannah leaves her window and her shoes. LUCY LARCOM May is passing,Mid the apple-boughs a pigeon cooes. Hannah shudders,For the mild southwester mischief brews.Round the rocks of Marblehead,Outward bound a schooner sped !Silent, lonesome,Hannahs at the window binding shoes. Tis November;Now no tear her wasted cheek bedews; From NewfoundlandNot a sail returning will she lose,Whispering hoarsely : Fisher menHave you, have you heard of Ben ? Old with watching,Hannahs at the window binding shoes. Twenty wintersBleach and tear the ragged shore she views Twenty seasons !Never one has brought her any news ;Still her dim eyes silentlyChase the white sails oer the sea!Hopeless, faithful,Hannahs at the window binding shoes.

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LARDNER, Dionysius, a British scientist,born in Dublin, April 3, 1793; died at Naples,April 29, 1859. He entered Trinity College, Dub-lin, in 1812, graduated in 1817, and was a residentmember of the University until 1827. He tookorders, and was for some time chaplain of his col-lege. It was during this period that he becamethe guardian of Dion Boucicault. In 1828 hetook up his residence in London; and in 1830began to edit the Cabinet Cyclopedia, which wascontinued until 1844, making in all one hundredand thirty-two volumes, to which Herschel,Brewster, and other eminent authorities contributed. For this work Dr. Lardner wrote the trea-tises on hydrostatics, pneumatics, geometry, etc.In 1840 he eloped with the wife of a British officer(who recovered £8,000 damages), and came to theUnited States, where he remained about five years,delivering courses of lectures in the principal cities,from which he realized 0,000. The followingextract is from one of these lectures. Though lacking in

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Her Father's Cider Bar + Kitchen
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Yesterday I went to the opening of Her Father's Cider Bar + Kitchen (H.F.). This is a great addition to the bar and restaurant scene Give me cider over beer any day. I'm a fan of French ciders so it's good news that Canadian craft ciders are finally coming of age. On Sunday there is even the Appleseed Cider Festival at the Wychwood Barns.

My personal house cider is Shiny Apple Cider 100% Ontario apples. Watch out for the fake 'craft ' ciders purveyed by the large beer companies. Read the label and you will know what I'm saying about the fake part.

Two new ciders to be exited about:

A sparkling cider from Niagara’s Tawse Winery made with a blend of Ontario apples and fermented with champagne yeast. A dry very sparkling, crisp apple taste with a hint of floral wild flower honey. Most sophisticated cider yet but still true to the cider breed.

K W Thai ginger while not a pure cider would pair well with spicy food or even Sushi

I'm sure I will find many more next time I stop by.