Coffee With Linda Session 3: Meditations: June 8, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Greetings Edge Readers!

Heads Up!  Our resident Spiritual Guru, Linda Street, is returning Monday, June 8, 6:30 -8:30 pm for the third in a series of small group discussions.

Linda is the author of Rays of  Light;  Listen to the Dark, a Reiki Master, spiritual intuitive, channeler, and life coach.

We will continue to probe the topic of universal energies,  what  they are, and how we can connect to them to improve ourselves, our relationships with others, and our lives.

Thanks Susan Fox!



Greetings Edge Readers!


Thanks to all of you who attended our May 14 program on Near Death Experience and thanks to our speaker, Susan Fox,  who did a bang-up job.  Infact both Susan and those in attendance were in great form.  There was a lot of interaction.  You asked questions, participated in the exercises,and shared your personal experiences.  So, kudos all around for making this a really wonderful experience


Orchard House: How a Neglected Garden Taught One Family to Grow

Sometimes I read to be entertained. Sometimes to learn. And once in a while, I read to relax. Pick up this book and turn the page, and I promise you will be drawn into warmth and calm.

It's a Mystery - in Merrie Olde England

We have several displays set up this month celebrating Sherlock Holmes and mysteries set in England. 

The Lost Girls: The True Story of the Cleveland Abductions . . . by John Glatt

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The 911 call played repeatedly for months on news stations in Cleveland, Ohio, after it first was placed on May 6, 2013, and is now immortalized on YouTube.

“Help me! I’m Amanda Berry! I’ve been kidnapped! And I’ve been missing for 10 years! And I’m here! I’m free now!”

American Ghost: A Family's Haunted Past in the Desert Southwest by Hannah Nordhaus

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Late one evening in the 1970s at the historic La Posada Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, a janitor noticed a woman in a black Victorian-style dress standing next to the fireplace and exuding, as he described it, “an aura of sadness.” This woman was not a hotel guest, nor had she wandered in from outside, a curious tou

"Remember" the start of summer

Over the years, Memorial Day has become the unofficial start of summer and its true meaning is often lost in long weekend celebrations.  Memorial Day evolved from the original Decoration Day, first declared on May 30, 1868, to honor the fallen soldiers of the Civil War.

The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly: A Physician's First Year by Matt McCarthy

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On his first night on call in Columbia University Medical Center’s cardiac care unit, physician Matt McCarthy inadvertently almost killed his first patient, a college professor who had collapsed during a class.

Let's Talk Pitch Perfect!



How close are we to: Modern Technology = Mind Control?

Science-fiction is full of great "what-ifs". Many stories have reflected the paranoia that often comes with change, going back as far as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
In modern times, technology changes our lives so quickly and completely that it's inevitable that science fiction would reflect our modern fears about technology taking over our lives.
Recent titles that take aim at the pervasiveness of technology include American day Dream by Margot Pepper and ReVision by Andrea Phillips.