http://www.npr.org/2015/05/21/408452759/one-family-revitalizes-a-small-town-with-yes-quilts?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=us What I Read Last Week (And This Week): When DC and Marvel were extreme | Newsarama A world with no meetings?! | ACRLog Latest U.S. Census data: fastest growing cities are in the West and the South | NPR Looking at Appalachia anew | New York Times The GOP is dying off. Literally |Continue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
July 23, 2014 marked the 75th anniversary of Batman. My local comic book shop marked the occasion with giving away Batman masks of the various iterations (I selected the Adam West style) and packaging customers’ purchases in special bags (see above). Happy Birthday, Batman!
Parking is limited at the library. The “staff parking” consists of four spots for at least 15 people at any given time. Street parking is a nightmare. Luckily my shifts overlap with the “dead” time in the parking lot so parking hasn’t been a big problem. During orientation with the HR Manager today, she gaveContinue reading “Two awesome things happened at work yesterday”
Marvel will always have a special place in my heart, but I have been coming to terms recently that I love DC. Between Alan Moore for the Neo-Victorian Literature and the purchasing librarian being DC-centric, DC is slowly winning me over. At the end of the day, a graphic novel is a graphic novel (orContinue reading “Secret Identity”