Monthly Archives: May 2017

No Talking in the Library: Gotham City

Our reference librarians, John and Meredith, discuss Gotham and our ambivalence toward the TV show despite loving the source material. (Seriously, Gotham Central is a masterpiece.) We also wonder what the housing market in Gotham must look like. Visit here to catch … Continue reading

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Meeting Marie-Grace & Cecile

We met twice the American Girls and made twice the crafts during our American Girl Book Club meeting earlier this month. Our club met Cecile and Marie-Grace and used their books to take a trip down to New Orleans. We then decorated … Continue reading

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10 facts about Dorothy Fuldheim, the first lady of television news

Carol Starre-Kmiecik visited us to discuss Dorothy Fuldheim, the first lady of television news, while in character as Fuldheim. Here are 10 things we learned from her talk: Fuldheim’s family was so poor that when her brother died of strep throat, … Continue reading

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Build a Better World with art

Teens, get your paints, pencil, or play-doh ready. We’re having an art contest. The theme is Build a Better World, (which coincides un-coincidentally with our Summer Reading program.) Here are the rules: Drawings must stick to our summer-reading theme (although you … Continue reading

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Renovating the restrooms at our Main Branch

We’re renovating the first-floor restrooms of our Main Branch this summer. Renovation of the men’s restroom will begin on Sunday, June 4, and will take 10 to 14 days. Then, we’ll immediately begin refurbishing the women’s bathroom once the men’s room … Continue reading

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