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Banh Mi: 75 Banh Mi Recipes for Authentic and Delicious Vietnamese Sandwiches by Jacqueline Pham

Banh Mi

I really like banh mi. I would take a bad banh mi over a really good turkey sandwich any day of the week.

Alphabet Soup

At the Reference Desk, we are often asked for exam preparation books. GED, ASVAB, MTEL, CMA, TOEFL—we hear it all!

My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor

My Beloved World

There is no experience that can’t avail something useful, be it only the discipline to manage adversity.

OneRepublic goes Native

OneRepublic Native

OneRepublic’s latest album Native is filled with enthusiastic anthems, melancholic melodies and singable choruses.  The album starts out with a bang with the radio ready Counting Star

The library is a place of mystery...

Physics on the Fringe

The library is a place of mystery…It all started about a year ago.   While walking through the stacks in the non-fiction room, I noticed a stack of three books lying flat at the end of a

One Book, One Watertown: Be a part of it!

WOOL by Hugh Howey

You have stunned us with your overwhelming response to WOOL!   We currently have 137 copies circulating, and none of them are ever here.  Your enthusiastic response has left

...and livin' is easy!

Summertime provides a period of relaxation for most of us.  Last week’s entry on barbequing put us in the mood for summer cooking.  Explore ways how you may experience summer living:&nbsp

A perfect time to Barbeque!

It’s hot. Some would say it’s too hot.  You want to eat, but you don’t want to turn on the stove, thus adding another 400 degrees to your already steaming house.

Reading Ruts

We all get stuck from time to time when it comes to picking our next read, even librarians. Maybe it’s because the last book was so good that every one we pick up after seems to fall short.

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