First Meeting for Chess Club

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Right after the Holidays, Oswego Public Library is hosting a Chess Club every Monday at 6 PM.
You’re welcome to come in pairs to play, or singly to find matches. Discover new strategies by observing or talking with other members. The days and times the club gets together will be set at this meeting, so contact the library if you can’t make it and have a preference for February.

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  1. Brings people together.

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1. My Year of Rest and Relaxation, by Ottessa Moshfegh

In a can-do world, Rest and Relaxation’s unnamed narrator is a can-don’t. Not because she lacks for anything — she’s young, beautiful, and solvent in the glittery boomtown of turn-of-the-millennium Manhattan — but because, in the words of another legendary hero of literary refusal, she just prefers not to. No one fully sound in mind and body would choose to live in a sort of self-induced DIY coma, of course, and on the face of it, few sane readers could be persuaded to care. And yet she turns out to be one of the most compelling protagonists modern fiction has offered in years: a loopy, quietly furious pillhead whose Ambien ramblings and Xanaxed bitcheries somehow wend their way through sad and funny and strange toward something genuinely profound. —LG


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