I love to read. Nothing beats opening a new book, being taken on a new journey that you otherwise wouldn't be able to experience. I love walking through the library, reading a book and then returning it to share with others. While on a run in my neighborhood, I realized I didn't have to actually go to a library to experience one.
Something really amazing and touching happened to me yesterday when I went through my mail at work. I came across a package with a book and letter inside and when I opened the letter I was honored and amazed by what I read.
Warning: This material contains strong language and is not safe for work, or intended for the easily offended...
I have to tell you, I must have been living in a cave because I didn't even know this book was out there! How glad I am to have found it though. I wouldn't have known about the book if I didn't just watch Levar Burton reading the book aloud for charity. The video was posted Saturday as
It's happening in over 20 states, and New York is one of them. If you work in the business office of a local school, you might want to pay close attention to this story. It could cost your district money!
Awhile ago I spread the evil rumor that Barnes and Noble was possibly closing it's doors in Niskayuna. I then made a statement in my blog that raised the hair on the neck of the Guilderland Public Library's Information Officer. It's mea culpa time
Running a small business requires hard work and dedication unlike any other job. When the rest of America is off the clock at 5pm, small business owners are still working, worrying and wondering what to do next. Marc Renson, the owner of Ambition Cafe in Schenectady, New York found a way to share the struggles of owning your own business by writing a book titled 'Is The Coffee Fresh?'