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    Review: ‘My Week with Marilyn’
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      Directed by Simon Curtis. Starring Michelle Williams and Eddie Redmayne. Synopsis The mesmerizing Marilyn Monroe finally accepts to play in a movie-shoot in a small town somewhere in England. Colin Clark, a 23-year-old student determined to make it in the movie industry, is employed as an assistant by one of the star of the […]

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    Murrell Library’s New Laptop Bar
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      The laptop bar is located on the second floor in the Art ‘Cove. Enjoy a quiet and relaxing environment while working on your homework, reading a book or magazine, or Facebooking. New to Murrell Library, we provide hot coffee, cappuccino, delicious pastries and POPCORN for only .75 cents. You can also check out books, magazines, popular […]

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    Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’
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        “Disney’s A Christmas Carol,” composed and produced by Robert Zemeckis, is a wonderful piece of burnished seasonal entertainment that utilizes the latest technology of 3-D projection to transmit a huge, powerful and occasionally scary edition of the Charles Dickens story on which the story is predicated. The casting of Jim Carrey as Ebenezer […]

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    Book profiles first Native American in baseball

    Book review by Tony Barrow Book: Indian Summer Subtitle: The Forgotten Story of Louis Sockalexis, the First Native American in Major League Baseball Author: Brian McDonald    Being a baseball player and a fan of baseball stories from our past, I found the book “Indian Summer” to hit a home run in many ways.    […]

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    Yogi advises about life, baseball

    Book Review by Tony Barrow When reading the book “What Time Is It? You Mean Now?” by Yogi Berra with Dave Kaplan, I went in with the assumption that the entire thing was going to be a joke an it was going to be a “light” read. Well, I couldn’t have been more wrong. This was […]