Thanks to Instagram, my iPhone, a bunch of free apps, and books from my library, taking pictures of my pets is fun again.
Staff Picks: ‘Tis the Season
In this author interview with SpeakEasy’s Chapter 19 author, find out what Paul’s least favorite addition to the community novel is, what he learned about writing fiction from participating in this project, and who he called “evil beyond evil.” He’s got the gaping plot holes all wrapped up because there’s only one more chapter to go!
44 years ago today Woodstock happened. Officially billed as the Woodstock Music & Art Fair: An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music, this now historic cultural marker was captured in all its beauty and ugliness in Michael Wadleigh’s iconic documentary. This film provides us with much of the iconic music and imagery of […]
Are you in a brown-paper-bag-peanut-butter-sandwich-slump? Well then this is for you! Even if you are not sending kids or yourself back to school, once in a while we all can use inspiration for weekday lunches. Below are a few recommendations found in the Cooking Neighborhood and in the blogosphere. Bento Boxes 10-Minute Bento by Megumi […]
The First World War has ended and Kate Shackleton is still waiting for her husband to return from the war even though he was declared missing and is probably dead. While waiting she has developed a knack for finding missing persons but only as an amateur. Then in the mail Kate receives a request to find a missing father of a friend, and this time she has been offered money…
You want to remodel your bathroom or maybe you’re planning a new deck or making your home more energy efficient. Where do you find the information you need? You find it at the Library’s Home Neighborhood.