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?
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…
Stonefire Grill Making Plans for Torrance Location
From all American comfort food along with some delicious Italian flavors, a new restaurant is making plans for a new location in Torrance. Stonefire Grill has recently been approved by the Planning…
What school librarians wish parents knew
School libraries are a sanctuary and safe place for many children. Here Sarah Forster, co-creator of the amazing children's literature website The Sapling, lists the things all parents should know about school librarians. I spent a LOT of time in school libraries as a kid. Remember the index card
What Libraries Can (Still) Do
Librarians will need to cherish their special talent as “stewards” while letting go of the instinct to be “collectors.” Knowledge in physical form needs to be preserved and curated. But with digital information pouring into iPhones and Kindles in petabytes, libraries need to rethink old habits. They cannot collect everything, or even a small fraction of everything.
10 Books to Read This Summer
A look at big fiction titles to be released this summer
What should a library be?
In the Berkeley Public Library last year, Board of Trustees Meetings were packed with library users who showed up to defend the library’s books.
Bill C. Hunter's Obituary on Dallas Morning News
Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | HUNTER, Bill C. Bill C. Hunter 1934-2017 Attorney-at-law, President of Dallas School Board, Community Leader Bill Carroll Hunter, 82, passed away January 17, 2017 at the Villages in Southern Hills,
DIY Tractor Repair Runs Afoul Of Copyright Law
Like a lot of machines, tractors are increasingly run by computer software that has proprietary locks. But if farmers break those locks to fix their John Deere, they are also breaking the law.