Jeremy Grady was not supposed to be in the restricted research area at MIT, but he needed the equipment for his own research, and just as the data was coming together Jeremy was killed.
For a short while in college I contemplated majoring in anthropology, because the idea of traveling around the world, studing people and their cultures completely fascinated me.
Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley host a roundtable discussion with our guests around an engaging and interesting topic — Tough Guys! Listen now, download the mp3, or subscribe to “Hush: a podcast from your library” through iTunes. Tough Guys Our guest this episode is Matt Pettit, a Public Services Specialist at the library who shares […]
It’s been a great year for books — Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley host a (31:38) discussion with Julie about disaster books and a (34:53) discussion with Brian about the disaster movie genre. What are your favorite disaster stories? Share your recommendations with us!
I’m addicted to tales of survival, whether real or fiction, that show the power of the human spirit to overcome all sorts of obstacles and challenges and live to fight another day. Here are some of my favorites: Real Life Black Wave: A Family’s Adventure at Sea and the Disaster That Saved Them by John […]
Perry’s parents force him to take Gobi, an unattractive Lithuanian exchange student, to prom. But as Perry ditches the prom and heads with Gobi into New York City in Perry’s father’s Jaguar, he is in for a series of surprises — the most shocking of which is that Gobi is an assassin with a busy agenda planned for prom night in this action-packed story.