Today is the 61st anniversary of when Charles Schulz’s iconic comic strip Peanuts debuted. His work was originally printed in seven newspapers back in 1950 and quickly syndicated in numerous papers all over the world (visit the Schulz Museum for more great information). Peanuts was funny, thought-provoking, and sentimental; something of which all comic strips [...]
On the Shelf: Explore Kansas
They’re here! Check out all the hot new titles that are available in Large Print. There’s a little something for everyone with non-fiction, detective, romance, and inspirational works. You can get on the reserve list today or check out a 14-day express copy if available. Don’t see a particular title? Check with our friendly Red [...]
Join local fantasy football expert Terry “The Freak” Blount as he recaps the young NFL season, gives updates about the library’s fantasy football league, and gives fantasy football advice for week 4.
A birdwatcher, musketeers, vampires, and a documentary on Prohibition are all on tap for book loving movie watchers this fall. Read on to see what to put on your reading list so that you can be prepared the next time you go to the theater or turn on the TV. This list is gleaned from [...]
October is Adopt-A-Dog Month, and the Library is acting as a collection point for donations to Helping Hands Humane Society.
Bill James was a leader in rethinking the way Major League Baseball teams are put together. The new movie Moneyball is based upon the Michael Lewis book that looks at the way Billy Beane reshaped the small-market Oakland A’s using principles established by Bill James in order to compete with the wealthiest teams in the majors. The library is a great place to learn more about Bill James and his important work in reimagining the sport.