Here. St. Books Owners Continue Big Downtown Plans

Here. The owners of St. Books are continuing their big plans to help revitalize downtown through the Micro Market. The wine bar, restaurant and bookstore opened at the end of May. Owners Hannah and Seth Streun said the idea for the establishment came from wine bars they had visited in …

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New therapy appears safe in some prostate cancer patients

Treatment with the new HPN424 therapy induced antitumor activity in patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC), according to the results of an ongoing Phase 1 / 2a study. The results, which were presented at the 2021 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), also showed that …

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Author Chris Rembert’s new book “Kate” is a suspenseful psychological thriller about betrayal, murder, love and deception between Peter Galvan and his wife Kate

LONG BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) June 07, 2021 Chris Rembert, author of three other previously published books, has completed his new book “Kate”: a gripping and powerful tale of the tumultuous relationship between Kate and Pater Galvan. Posted by Page Publishing, Chris Rembert’s haunting tale describes how love can lead to …

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Tabletop RPG for fans of Machiavellian ploys

Anyone who has ever wanted to poison a guest, hatch a plot to usurp the throne, or fund rebellions to destabilize rival nations (in an RPG campaign) has several excellent options. Tabletop RPG like The king is dead or Dune: Adventures in the Imperium will satisfy the inner Machiavelli of …

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Alice B. McGinty | Recommended summer readings | Books

As we head into summer, a season hopefully with extra reading time, Horn Book Magazine makes a recommended summer reading list. I am honored that my book, “The Water Lady: How Darlene Arviso Helps a Thirsty Navajo Nation,” is on this list, along with many wonderful books. Here are two …

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