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Review: In Lorrie Moore’s latest, brothers look back on the memories that made them

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“I Am Homeless if This Is Not My Home” by: Lorrie Moore; Knopf (208 pages, $27)

Jerry Zezima: Bristle boy blue

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Picasso had his Blue Period. And now, I’ve had mine.

Review: A suspenseful tale of WWII survival in ‘The Last Lifeboat’

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“The Last Lifeboat” by Hazel Gaynor; Berkley (370 pages, $17)

‘A beautiful family’: This candy store provides opportunity for disabled employees

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BOISE, Idaho — Twice a week, Robin Boudwin gets on the ACCESS bus, a paratransit transportation service, from her home in Boise. She arrives at Sweet Zola’s Candy Shop at 7172 Fairview Ave., where she packages candy boxes, trains her colleagues or operates the register.

High school student confronted loss by working on fentanyl education

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NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Lelia Peradotti learned about fentanyl while she was baking cookies.

On Nutrition: Facts about fiber

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Beta glucan, guar gum, hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. What would you do if saw these listed on a food ingredient label?

Featured events coming up in the Lima region

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Yesterday’s Treasures Garage Sale

Reminisce: Kibby’s ‘long and useful life’

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The “long and useful” life of Harman Kibby, described by the Lima Times-Democrat as “one of Lima’s oldest and most prominent pioneer citizens,” ended in its 83rd year on April 9, 1902.

Lima Half-Mile to bring more fast-paced motorcycle action to fairgrounds

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LIMA — Jared Mees has won the Lima Half-Mile five times, and now he is promoting the motorcycle races that will take place throughout the afternoon Saturday at the Allen County Fairgrounds.

Concerts in the Park gearing up for another summer of fun and music

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LIMA — The Council for the Arts of Greater Lima is gearing up for the return of a summer tradition this weekend.