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Bookend: Korean-American Sisters Team Up On Writing And ...

In this edition of Bookend, it's double the fun as Jonathan Wilson talks with Frances and Ginger Park. They're sisters, and business partners — co-owners of the city's oldest independent chocolate shop: Chocolate Chocolate. They've had their sweets shop since 1984, but the sisters also write as a team, crafting memoirs and a number of children's books together, focusing on their Korean...

Simon & Garfunkel - America

Song 3 off of their album Bookends. LYRICS: "Let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together I've got some real estate here in my bag" So we bought a pac...

Lear Lear says:
Germans, what do you think about Germany @ Wikipedia ?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germany Do you think it sums up the most importance issues ? Is something missing or irrelevant ? What about the introduction and the images ? Do you feel it represents Germany in an accurate manner ? Every non...
deonejuan says:
What Americans know about Germany, they learned from Hollywood. Americans, also, bookend all things philosophical, all things religious, all things political and all things internet with Hitler as...

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Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set Also Announced for PS4, But It's Crazy Expensive

If you thought a remastered version of Dark Souls for both the Nintendo Switch and PS4, Xbox One, and PC, wasn't enough, Bandai Namco also stealthily announced a new Dark Souls Trilogy Box (thanks, ResetEra!). The set collects all three Dark Souls

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Book details love story between American journalist and Russian skater

Eddie bookends the story, sitting in the audience at Caesar's in Las Vegas, watching Maia (“Just Maia. Hollywood A-list … Cher Madonna .. and the rest of the one-name pack”) headline an ice show in 2001. The prologue works, and the epilogue both wraps

'Quest' a moving look at an American family

“Quest,” the documentary debut of Jonathan Olshefski, captures the everyday ripples and a brutal jolt in the lives of an American family living at the poverty line. Like its subjects, the film is modest and yet remarkable. Olshefski follows the Raineys

Start the new year with local books you might enjoy | Bookends

She was also the host and producer of “Independent Native News,” a daily newscast produced in Fairbanks, focusing on Alaska Natives, American Indians, and Canada's First Nations. Her writing is inspired by her family's four generations in Alaska. Go to