Reading a book is like auditing a university class, but better, because you still have the opportunity to learn about a subject you’re interested in without getting lost on campus! It’s especially great when you read a book featuring one of these five scientists, where the professor is as engaging as they are wise, and… Read More »
Don’t let the end of summer get you down.These reads are perfect for keeping things nice and toasty when the fall weather hits.
September is Classical Music Month, and even if you do not consider yourself a huge classical music aficionado, you probably know more about classical music (and its far-, far-reaching influences) than you think. From lullabies to tea commercials to cell phone ringtones, classical music’s presence in our lives is ubiquitous. For book lovers, classical music… Read More »
Leo (July 23–August 22) Happy Birthday Leo! Leos are regal leaders who can seem extravagant and arrogant to some, but are also warm and charismatic. Book of the Month: The Secret History by Donna Tartt There’s something for every Leo in this sprawling and epic novel about a group of friends in an exclusive… Read More »
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