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Category: Adults

Exploring Japan

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With the Summer Olympics finally underway, the world’s eyes have turned to Japan. While I can’t get enough of the sports (who knew I would…
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Debut Novels

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Imagine Louise Penny, John Grisham, Elin Hillderbrand, Stephan King, or Tom Clancy as debut novelists. They had to start somewhere, and look how their writings…
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Travel the Open Road!

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Road trips, whether long or short, have always been a great time for families to be together and enjoy all of the beautiful scenery along…
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Books in Translation

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Literature is international. There are thousands of books written in other languages that reflect the culture and social issues of our globalized world. Many of…
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What We’ve Been Reading

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It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the library employees are, by and large, avid readers. We thought we’d give you an insight into what…
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Classic Westerns

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I’ll never forget the final scene in the movie The Searchers. After all the trials and tribulations of the search for Debbie, Ethan (John Wayne)…
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The Kinetic Body

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Dancers are experts on how we experience our body’s movement through space. As an expression of self, of culture, and of community dance can be…
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photo of a row of Pride flags

Pride 2021

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June is Pride Month. Did you know that it is in honor of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan? According to the Library of Congress,…
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