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Announcing: The 2018 Rainbow List

Men’s figure skater Adam Rippon has made history, charmed crowds, and inspired young people at the Olympics this month in Pyeongchang. Making his Olympic debut at the advanced age of 28 — His teammates Nathan Chen and Vincent Zhou are both 17 and also made history with their quadruple jumps — Rippon is the first […]

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We’re Holding Our 2nd Annual Teen Job Fair!

On Saturday, February 24, 2018 the Niles-Maine District Library hosts its 2nd Annual Teen Job Fair. Close to 90 teens attended last year, as well as businesses from around the area. This year, some participating businesses include: Target, Panera, Kumon and Maine-Niles Association of Special Recreation. The Teen Job Fair targets teens and new adults […]

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Cinema Sweeties: What to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Today is Valentine’s Day and some of us don’t have fancy pants plans of big dinners downtown or roses sprinkled across the bed. I know I’ll be spending today cuddled up on a couch with my boyfriend while we stuff our faces with Lou Malnati’s pizza and binge cheesy romance movies all night. And honestly, […]

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90th Academy Award Nominations

In a year where Hollywood is mired in controversy, the 90th Academy Award nominations, announced on Tuesday, January 23, were as non-controversial as possible.  A female director (Greta Gerwig) was nominated (only the fifth one ever) and an African-American (Jordan Peele) director was nominated for directing a movie about extreme racism.  Yes, there were some […]

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