March 2010 Archives
H. G. Wells' 1897 thriller The Invisible Man (available here) still holds up after all these years! The plot -an albino scientist named Griffin in late 19th century England manages to create an irreversible process that turns him invisible, and eventually insane- is pretty familar to most readers. But what kept me focused was the depiction Wells gives of Griffin.
From the White House's online site here: How the Health Care Reform Bill will eliminate insurance discrimination against the disabled (video & transcript).
From the Town Hall web site, here's a list of transportation services that can assist the disabled to get around during the current emergency situation in Greenwich.
Town Hall will be issuing updates on what's going on in the storm's aftermath here.
Greenwich Library and its branches are making all of our resources available to people still without power. Go to the Library News blog here for more information. Community Answers is also available to answer any concerns you may have.