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September 12, 2014 at 5:41 PM

What book should you read next? Recommendations for readers

Seattle Times books editor Mary Ann Gwinn and David Wright, reader services librarian for the Seattle Public Library, talked books on Tuesday with Seattle Times readers. Wright’s specialty:  if you tell him the last book you read and enjoyed, he can recommend the NEXT book you’re going to want to read. Read their recommendations below. Also see Mary Ann’s…

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August 22, 2014 at 5:15 AM

DIY contest: Make a newsprint masterpiece

Update, Sept. 24: The 2014 Make a Newsprint Masterpiece contest is now closed to entries. Stay tuned: We’ll notify and publish the winners later this fall. Earlier post: Welcome to Make a Newsprint Masterpiece, the 2014 Seattle Times DIY contest. For this one, all we ask is that you create something out of newsprint — yes, that paper…

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Comments | More in Contest | Topics: contest, DIY, newsprint