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School’s out, folks, and the children are thinking about what they should do, especially since the pandemic is settling down. I’ve prepared several books for popular teens and young adults that include friendship, first love, relationships and fiction. Here are some authors that are bestsellers.

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It’s time to get up and at ‘em, folks. There are plenty of reasons to love May. It’s the start of summer, flowers are blooming and you can begin entertaining outdoors again. Here are five books that will give you reasons to celebrate during the month of May as you get out of your house.

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When the pandemic hit us hard last March there was a problem of wide-spread supply shortages and panic buying. People were running to stores for whatever they needed — like food, clothes, cleaning supplies and, yes, toilet paper. We were all caught off guard one way or another. This is why I thought some survival guides to help us if another pandemic ever came our way again. Here are several survivalist authors which could help you in the future.

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Movie theaters have been hit hard by the pandemic as consumer demands have diminished and studios have limited the release of films. It’s unclear how many consumers will go back to the movie theaters after the pandemic is under control. Hollywood has also moved quickly for movie content directly to streaming services. That doesn’t mean movies are dormant. From what I’ve seen they are gearing up for a lot of blockbusters in 2021. Since many folks like to read the books before they go to the movies, let me give you a taste of five excellent novels that will hit the screens this year.

Guess What’s New in Reading?

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ENGLEWOOD — It’s May, folks, and that means spring and the start of the summer vacation season that ends in September. This might be...

Guess What’s New in Reading?

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ENGLEWOOD — With many of us staying in our homes and others who still go to work, we’re all under the outbreak of the...

Jerry & Vaughn LIVE plans community concert

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By Matt ClevengerFor Miami Valley TodayTROY — Local acoustic duo Jerry & Vaughn LIVE will bring their unique blend of folk, bluegrass and rock...

Trombonist Robin Eubanks to jazz up Hayner

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TROY — Trombonist Robin Eubanks will be performing at the Hayner at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 21.The event is free and open to the...

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ENGLEWOOD — As we move into March and think about spring just around the corner, it’s time to dust off the winter blahs and...

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ENGLEWOOD — Well folks, we slipped through the winter days of December and January, and now we are leaping into February with leap year,...