What I Read Last Week:

Monica Lewinsky: The price of shame | Ted Talks Public library explores around-the-clock service | SF Gate Census Bureau tests new online survey in small towns ahead of 2020 | NPR The administration’s new fracking rule has a few catches | Center for Effective Government Candy Girl : “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” review | The New YorkerContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

May the Fourth Be With You / Return of the Sixth

  Once again Media was blessed with some serendipitous timing when it came time for the next display. Last week the cast of the new Stars Wars movie was announced, in addition to it being May 4th (“May The Fourth Be With You”) and May 6th (“Return of the Sixth”.) Like with the Shakespeare display, weContinue reading “May the Fourth Be With You / Return of the Sixth”

Shakespeare in the Library

About three weeks ago Reference approached Media with the offer of an available table. After some creative wheeling and dealing on the part of my co-worker, my dream of having a display space in Media has been fulfilled. Prior to this addition, Media did not have any display areas besides the counter top of theContinue reading “Shakespeare in the Library”

Activities at My Library Today:

Sewer Line Replacement in the basement, which includes jack hammering and trenches; Aftermath of a broken sprinkler head, which rained down tens of thousands of gallons of water down all three floors of the library; Flipped over dumpster; Broken water cooler in the staff room. Needless to say, we are closed from the public today.Continue reading “Activities at My Library Today:”