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What does M-town read? Jul. 3rd, 2009 @ 09:59 pm
Hello M-towners! I know you're still out there!

I am wondering what you are all up to, tell me your news!

I am especially wondering what everyone is reading this summer. I'm always looking for new stuff to read, and I'd love to break out of my comfort box of books about vampires and kabbalah :P.

If anyone else wants reccomendations, I've been enjoying the Anita Blake series by Laurel K. Hamilton (which is indeed about vampires), The Shadow Queen by Anne Bishop (the first book in the series is called "Daughter of the Blood"), and I really enjoyed Lament by Maggie Stiefvater. She also has a new book coming out, which I can't wait to read. She made a really awesome trailer about it, which is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX82ggGCF7c Has anyone else read her stuff? I've been dying to talk to someone about Lament!

So, tell your news and your reading habits!

Jul. 14th, 2008 @ 11:16 pm

Oct. 22nd, 2007 @ 07:07 pm

Space Train
Sir Q

SHOW Jul. 31st, 2007 @ 12:49 am
Hey all,
There will be an enjoyable concert this thursday starting at 6pm at abbie griffin. Here are the details

Thursday Aug 2
Something From the Tree (ex Othello Dreaming Venice)
Space Train (also ex ODV)
The Waking Self (ex Kites of April)
Bands start at 6pm
Abbie Griffin Park

Its gonna rock,
see you there!

Jun. 24th, 2007 @ 08:27 pm
Well, it's that time again - congrats, MHS class of 2007! You're a week out of high school, how does it feel? Where are you off to next? :)
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or for more information you can contact me through AIM - Shlee1307
» Displace Me

so on april 28th in NYC this is going to be a huge event! here is a passage from the website:

"When Hurricane Katrina hit this country, we saw for the first time what a displaced American looks like. Now we’re asking you to voluntarily become displaced, leaving the comforts of your homes, to imagine for 24 hours what it’s like for the millions of people in Northern Uganda who have been displaced for more than ten years."

"“Displace Me” is the nationwide event giving Americans the chance to respond.
By traveling to one of our 15 camps and gathering together, the strength of our size will make a visible statement to our government and media that the citizens of the U.S. demand action in ending the war in Northern Uganda, in order to send the Acholi people suffering in the camps and the abducted children back home. The point is to travel; the point is to become displaced yourself."

this event is something that everyone should take part in. ITS SUCH A GOOD CAUSE! if you would like to know more you can go to their myspace or you can check out the official website and register. if you decide to register make sure you regeister for NYC
» --->mark your calendars.
The Leddy Center in Epping presents: Pride & Prejudice, during the weekends of April 13-29, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm.
Featuring your fellow Merrimackians, Tim McCabe, Ryan Banfield and Courtney Reynolds.
Tickets are $14 & $16 and are on sale now. Please go to LeddyCenter.Org for more information on how to buy tickets.

Please come! It would make us happy :)

Free music, good vibes, tacos/burritos.
» madden's
I'm home on spring break and completely shocked to find that since the last time I was in M-town, Madden's has closed! When did this happen? What happened?

I'm so sad... they had such good pancakes... :'(
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