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  • La Crescenta Library to launch photo contest

    Whether attached to a phone or a digital camera, a press of the button capturing images of La Crescenta could mean honors for photographers. Photographers of all skill levels can participate in the “Discover La Crescenta: Photography Contest.&...
  • 'The Librarians,' with Noah Wyle, opens fun new chapter on TNT

    'The Librarians,' with Noah Wyle, opens fun new chapter on TNT
    After years spent saving the world from invading aliens on "Falling Skies," Noah Wyle is back to saving the world from magical objects, or at least those that might fall into the Wrong Hands. And now, with the new TNT series "The Librarians," which...
  • Letter: That $9M won't stretch far enough

    How special. Glendale gets 500 more apartments and $9 million in impact fees toward parks and libraries. The problem with this theory is there is no place to put another park. Every square foot of vacant land in Glendale has a mixed-use project planned...
  • A festive Family Christmas Craft Program will be held at NAPL Dec. 10

    Families are invited to join in the Christmas spirit at a special craft-making session at Northampton Area Public Library. The Family Christmas Craft Program will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10, according to the library's website....
  • After the Civil War, freedom and ... what?

    PHILADELPHIA The Civil War ended, the constitutional amendments abolishing slavery and establishing civil and legal humanity of African Americans passed a new day dawned in 19th-century America. Meet the new day, same as the old day. Reconstruction ended...
  • Center Road School turns library into memorial for former principal

    Mary Jo Myslinski was the principal of Center Road School from 2002 until 2010, when she retired in order to deal with a longtime illness – a rare spinal tumor. Myslinski passed away in January of 2014, and many of her former co-workers at the...
  • Downtown Bethlehem Association launches mobile app

    Downtown Bethlehem launches mobile APP The Downtown Business Association in partnership with local marketing and web developing company, Mosaic, recently announced the launch of the Downtown Bethlehem mobile app. Bethlehem, has much to offer in its...
  • Wood Memorial Library celebrates the 4th Annual Gingerbread Festival

    Dazzling lights, beaming smiles, live holiday music and amazing edible structures are all a part of the Wood Memorial Library and Museum's 4th Annual Gingerbread House Festival. This is the final weekend for the public to view the display and take part in...
  • Clermont library offering free holiday programs of music, film

    Cooper Memorial Library will offer free holiday programs at the library, 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont. •The holiday music series will feature the Paul De Ritter Duo from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday performing seasonal music. DaVida, a Christian...
  • What's trending: #PrayForFSU, Bill Cosby, 'Pitch Perfect 2' and more

    Sadness set the tone for social media today, as the tragic shooting at Florida State University's library trended worldwide. But don't fret, there are some laughs trending amidst the FSU hashtags. Here's what social media is talking about today: 1....
  • Me, My Shelf and I: Fred LeBaron

    Me, My Shelf and I: Fred LeBaron
    Fred LeBaron, a retired lawyer who now works part-time at Downers Grove Public Library, is famous in certain circles for being a reader of — and for championing — the burgeoning new-adult fiction genre, which targets the college-age set. He...