New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg recently appeared on the CBS Morning Show to tout the city’s new interactive installation focusing on the Broadway Theater. We can also use this wonderful new resource by looking at the installation’s companion website: Spotlight on Broadway. CBS commentator Gayle King asked Bloomberg which Broadway shows he first attended and […]
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Have you been too busy lately and missed some movies you wanted to see in the theater? Well, our public library has been doing a great job of getting those movies into our collection so you can watch them at home. Here’s a list that will help you start catching up on your viewing this […]
Remember a wonderful movie you saw years ago–if it’s one that you’d like to see again or like to show to your kids, then it’s a Classic Movie. Your library has an incredible collection of Classic Movies and is adding more every year. Here’s a list of some you might like to watch this winter: […]
Remember an old movie you wish you could see again? Or, an old movie you never saw but wish you had? Or better yet, an old movie you really want a friend or loved one to watch with you, so you can see their reaction to it? That’s probably as good a definition of a […]
Lots of new DVD movies are available at the library for those long Winter Nights. Popular ones are available in the DVD dispenser on a first come/first served basis. And, we always have regular 3-week checkout copies that can be found on the shelves or reserved in the Library Catalog. A listing by category/ title […]
Enjoy this world-class opportunity to hear young musicians from around the globe perform at the library. This free performance by young pianists attending the 2012 International Institute for Young Musicians at KU is sure to delight.
Shirley MacLaine’s new memoir reveals many juicy details of her remarkable life. Her other books are fascinating reads also.
The legendary Elizabeth Taylor has died, and Hollywood’s golden era has passed with her. If you’d like to know more about her life as a woman, actress, and star, try the biography “Elizabeth” by J. Randy Taraborrelli.
American Roots Music featuring many songs written in traditional bluegrass style. Enjoy the sounds of the Tallgrass Express String Band April 10 at 3pm.
The son of Jim and Tammy Fay Bakker has a new book out that explores the concept of grace.
As you can imagine, we love to read in Adult Services. Fiction is our favorite pastime, but many of us are serious fans of nonfiction as well. During a recent focus group, we got together and chatted about all the books we’re enjoying. Maybe you can find something from this list to occupy the long […]