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Book of the Week: INTERMISSION: A TRUE STORY by Anne Baxter

A memoir by the great actress–and granddaughter–of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Book of the Week: INTERMISSION: A TRUE STORY by Anne Baxter

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Book of the Week: MAGGIE, A GIRL OF THE STREETS by Stephen Crane

Life in the slums at the end of the 19th century.

Book of the Week: MAGGIE, A GIRL OF THE STREETS by Stephen Crane

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Design Milk Spotlights Smilow®’s Lighting Collection

Design Milk highlights Smilow® Design’s launch of our Re-Issued Authentic Mid-Century Lighting Design Collection.

 

 

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Book of the Week: THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN by Mark Twain

A semi-literate 13-year-old white boy from Missouri befriends an escaped slave.

Book of the Week: THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN by Mark Twain

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Book of the Week: The Awakening by Kate Chopin

A woman who feels trapped in her marriage looks for love and relief.

Book of the Week: The Awakening by Kate Chopin

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NY in April

It’s time to plan ahead:

April 7, 2018
Riviera Theatre
67 Webster St
North Tonawanda, NY 14120
1-716-692-2413

Tickets go on sale Oct 20.

Visit the shows page for more information.

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Dering Hall Feature’s Smilow® Design’s Slatted Stacking Tables

Dering Hall selected a stunning array of Stackable Side Tables. Smilow® Design’s versatile solid walnut Slatted Stacking Tables were among their picks.

Browse their curated collection of stackable side tables in everything from red lacquer to sleek wood styles.

 

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Introducing Smilow® Lighting

Introducing Smilow® Lighting

Smilow Design Expands its Offerings of Authentic Midcentury Designs by Mel Smilow

New York City-based Smilow Design LLC is reissuing a collection of popular designs from the mid 1950s, originally designed by Mel Smilow. Mel’s daughter Judy Smilow is continuing the work of reviving his midcentury designs with the reintroduction of the popular lighting collection.

In addition to the brand’s extensive furniture line, the lighting is offered to design professionals and consumers through showrooms nationwide, and is ideal for residential, hospitality, contract, institutional and retail applications.

Introducing Smilow® LightingDESCRIPTIONS:  (Clockwise from left)

Standing Floor Lamp
Originally designed in 1956, the Standing Floor Lamp has graced the living rooms of many over the years. With a signature contrasting stripe of maple wood, and our signature handcrafted shade made with birch dowels, this lamp is sleek and classically mid-century.
58” tall x 16”dia shade 12” wide at base

Hanging Pendant
The hanging pendants, originally designed in 1956, are available in two sizes. Perfect to illuminate and accent a small table, large living room or lobby, this hand-crafted lamp that’s inspired by sculptural and natural forms, brings together minimalism and mid-century design.
Small 18” x 8”
Large 24” x 11”

Hour Glass Table Lamp
Inspired by the classic form of an hourglass, this sculptural lamp made of solid walnut with our signature hand crafted birch stick shade illuminates and casts a warm glow to any living, dining, or bedroom.
37” tall, 16” dia shade, 8” wide at the base

Bed Side Table lamp
With a small circular walnut base and hand-crafted birch dowel-lined shade, the lamp brings warmth to any room. A perfect
lamp for reading, this beautiful light is welcome in any room.
12”H x 5.5” dia

 

 

 

 

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Kent County Arts Council Celebrates Leslie Prince Raimond

The Kent County Arts Council invites you to join us for a Gala Celebration of Leslie Prince Raimond, and a life time of dedication to the Arts in Kent County, Maryland.

SAVE THE DATE – Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7pm. Tickets will go on Sale in Early November and can be purchased only through the Kent County Arts Council.

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November 2017 Book Recommendations

Kate Chopin’s, THE AWAKENING; a woman who feels trapped in her marriage looks for love and relief.

Stephen Crane’s, MAGGIE: A GIRL OF THE STREETS; life in the slums at the end of the 19th century.

Anne Baxter’s, INTERMISSION: A TRUE STORY; a memoir by the great actress–and granddaughter–of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Irving Stone’s, THOSE WHO LOVE; a historical novel about Abigail and John Adams; Love. Marriage. Children. Partnership. The White House.

 

November 2017 Book Recommendations