The Other Woman

The Other Woman is a “chick flick” in the best sense of the term: It’s a movie about women who stick together and help each other grow in positive ways… and never forget to have a damn good time doing it. An entertaining choice for your next girl’s night in. To reserve a copy of […]

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Currier Museum of Art

The Currier Museum of Art is forty minutes north of Haverhill in Manchester, NH. It has much to offer visitors. The museum is two floors and is easily browsed during an afternoon. Their permanent collection is comprised of almost 13,000 works of American or European art as well as the Zimmerman House, a house designed […]

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We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

  Every summer the Sinclair clan goes out to their private island off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard. Cousins Cadence, Mirren, Johnny, and Johnny’s best friend Gat are a close knit group that the rest of the family has dubbed the Liars. During their fifteenth summer on the island something terrible happens and Cadence can’t […]

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The Awakening of Miss Prim by Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera

Miss Prim is a highly educated young woman with very decided opinions. She leaves her safe and settled life to take a job in a private library in a small French village. She soon finds out that this is a village filled with people who have a much different view of the important things in life. […]

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The Merry Recluse by Caroline Knapp

Caroline Knapp lived in Cambridge and wrote for various magazines during the ’90′s before her death in 2002. Best known for her book Drinking: A Love Story which recounted her battle with alcoholism, she also wrote four other books, the final two published after her death. The Merry Recluse was her last book which compiled […]

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