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  • The writing in Shelter from the Storm is remarkably vivid.

    Shelter From The Storm by Michael Mewshaw: Questions

  • The horror thriller "Shelter" is recruiting extras with unusual physical features for a scene in a West Virginia "holler."

    Clinton draws parallel between her campaign, JFK's 1960 run

  • Why did you choose Central Asia as the setting for Shelter from the Storm?

    An Interview with Michael Mewshaw

  • In what ways does Shelter from the Storm bear their imprint?

    An Interview with Michael Mewshaw

  • As The Hillsboro Argus reported today, the Family Bridge Homeless Shelter is holding their annual fund raiser on Saturday, Feb. 6th.

    Let's Help Hillsboro's Family Bridge Homeless Shelter

  • Short Term Shelter is the place where homeless youth first access services and is the place – particularly during cold winter months – where their lives are literally saved, stated the letter.


  • The first book was one of release and admittance; in Shelter Glatt has a lesson for you, and the moral of the book is read and learn.

    2010 April 20 « The BookBanter Blog

  • To commemorate Feb. 24 as Spay Day USA, for the entire week of Feb. 23 through March 2, the Seattle Animal Shelter is offering certificates for free spaying and neutering to pet owners in need of financial assistance to have their pets sterilized.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The Daily Shelter is an unassuming kitchen table that stealthily transforms into a playhouse or enclosed fort so kids and adults alike can seek shelter within its ‘walls’ to “hide from scary sounds, ghosts, or family members.”

    Beth Shea | Inhabitat

  • When she decided that her little house in Shelter Island, New York needed a renovation, she — along with her talented team led by architect Steve Hoffman — decided to go all out with the green features.

    Brit Liggett | Inhabitat


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