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So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
, inside the library, with “fill-a-tote” special, paperback and hardcover books, magazines, children’s wrapped books, military and more. Workshops are free; donations for the presenter are encouraged. Meetings are free and open to the public; participants do not need to have read the book. Victorian era or steampunk dress encouraged, but not required. the second Saturday of the month at the Dorris Van Doren Regional Branch Library, 551 E. Barnes and Noble story times — Stories for children art at 11 a.m. Also recently released by Murphy is “I'm So Pissed Off!!!
Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.
Assistant coach Steve Pytel is the dominant figure, but characters such as head coach Jack Hood; assistant coaches Tyrone Gage and Ernie Lancha; basketball players Jamal Davis and Leonard Redmond, and even the team’s former head coach each get a chapter written in their respective voices.
Pytel is a long-time assistant coach desperate for an opportunity for a head coaching position.
The , at all local Barnes & Noble locations, featuring “The Female Persuasion” by Meg Wolitzer. The story takes place in El Puente, Texas, a far-west Texas community nestled in the Franklin Mountains.
the first Tuesday of each month at Solstice Senior Living at Rio Norte, 1940 Saul Kleinfeld. Berman said the book, “Walking Juarez,” is not about “how horrible Juárez is” but about the “sweet epiphanies and little insights.” The oldest photos in the book are from 1972, while the most recent photos are from 2017. “The South Franklin Trinity,” by Jim Murphy (BLBM Publishing).
Bradburd had plenty of highs and lows to draw from his 14 years as an assistant coach, beginning in the 1980s under UTEP’s Don Haskins.
Tumblewords Project — The writing workshops are a.m. Saturdays at the Memorial Park Public Library meeting room, 3200 Copper. Reading Art Book Club — The book club of the Las Cruces Museum of Art, 491 N. the second Wednesday of each month in the Museum of Nature and Science classroom next door. Saturday, , at Magoffin Home State Historic Site, 1120 Magoffin, to discuss “Journey to the Center of the Earth” by Jules Verne (1864). El Paso Writers’ League — The league meets 2 to 4 p.m. Information: [email protected] on Facebook at El Paso Writers League. Black Cat Sunday Poets — Black Cat Books and Coffee, 128 Broadway in Truth or Consequences, N. Their unpredictable destinies cross a fiery path on the third Tuesday of April 2016.
The group is open to all writers in a non-critique, non-caustic forum. Information: (575) 541-2217, [email protected] las-cruces.org/museums. The book is “Disarmed: The Story of the Venus de Milo” by Gregory Curtis. on the third Wednesday of the month at the Las Cruces Railroad Museum, 351 N. Saturdays at stores at El Paso’s East Side, Fountains at Farah; West Side, 705 Sunland Park; and Las Cruces Mesilla Valley Mall. Books Are Gems — 7744 North Loop Ste B (behind Compass Bank). —An Adult Stress Relief Book.” ‘My Favorite El Pasoans: Past and Present’ by James Robert Murphy (Book Baby).
“So I went back to work and gathered a host of new colorful characters like escape artist Fred Brown.
After his incredible 1937 street performance in San Antonio, Texas, the police arrested him for vagrancy.” Other notables Murphy celebrates include pioneering auto mechanic Tom Ogle, bootmaker Tony Lama, blues guitarist Long John Hunter, record producer Terry Manning, actress Irene Ryan (Granny from Beverly Hillbillies), and even notorious serial “Night Stalker” killer Richard Ramirez. ‘El Paso 120: Edge of the Southwest’ by Mark Paulda (TCU Press).