My life in Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead
Daughter of empire: my life as a Mountbatten by Lady Pamela Hicks
The Cooked Seed: A Memoir by Min, Anchee
Book of ages: the life and opinions of Jane Franklin by Jill Lepore
Flappers: six women of a dangerous generation by Judith Mackrell
Elizabeth of York: a Tudor queen and her world by Alison Weir
Long before Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt were big names in the movies, actors such as Chaplin, Dietrich, Bogart, and Gable were considered the ultimate in star power. Read about some of the great actors and actresses who may be gone, but will certainly not be forgotten.
Robert Mitchum: "baby, I don't care" by Lee Server
Dark lover: the life and death of Rudolph Valentino by Emily W. Leider
Bogart by A.M. Sperber and Eric Lax
Man on the flying trapeze: the life and times of W.C. Fields by Simon Louvish
Pioneering women who led and won struggles for equality and civil rights; created and advanced educational and professional opportunities; and made great contributions to the arts, sciences and humanistic causes are honored each year during the month of March — National Women's History Month.
Chronology of women worldwide: people, places & events that shaped women's history by Lynne Brakeman, editor ; Susan Gall, managing editor
Extraordinary women of the Medieval and Renaissance world: a biographical dictionary by Carole Levin ... [et al.]
Notable Black American women by Jessie Carney Smith, editor
Notable women in world government by edited by the editors of Salem Press
The reader's companion to U.S. women's history by editors, Wilma Mankiller ... [et al.]
The House of Silk: a Sherlock Holmes novel by Anthony Horowitz
The Baker Street Letters by Michael Robertson
The Sherlockian by Graham Moore
The Case of Emily V by Keith Oatley
Baskerville by John O'Connell
Sherlock Holmes: the unauthorized biography by Nick Rennison
The Alienist by Caleb Carr
5/21 11:30AM at Jewish Family Service of Metro Detroit
5/21 7:00PM at Holocaust Memorial Center
5/22 10:00AM at Westland Public Library
5/22 7:00PM at Rust Belt Market in Ferndale
Have you wondered why everyone is talking about being "gluten-free" ? Are you starting the journey of being gluten-free or have you been without gluten for a long time? This class/support group is for you. Dr Cynthia Shaft-Toll DC will share health benefits of the gluten-free lifestyle : how and where to shop for gluten-free items, how to and where are the best gluten-free restaurants, how to cook for holidays and special events. Guest speakers also will be presenting at different months. Some sample gluten-free food will be available and we hope for the group to share their best recipes as well.
Session: March 11, 7:00-8:00 PM. Purple Room
Pope Joan: a novel by Donna Woolfolk Cross — One of the most controversial women of history is brought to brilliant life in this fictional tale of Pope Joan, a girl whose origins should have kept her in squalid domesticity. Instead, through her intelligence, indomitability and courage, she ascended to the throne of Rome as Pope John Anglicus.
Join us on Saturday, March 22 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM as a team of National Honor Society students teach about and celebrate cultures from around the world.
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