What I Read Last Week:

Catching up with time | College & Research Libraries News Taking a second look at emergency procedure plans | College & Research Libraries News How the turtle got its shell | NPR ‘I hate heavy metal,’ says Mastodon frontman | The Guardian Coming this fall | The New Yorker The summer day | Library ofContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

http://scholarworks.uvm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1019&context=libfacpub Tempe residents can exchange water for library fines | Arizona Republic Photos: Harrisburg then and now | Keystone Crossroads Social media is outreach | The Outreach Librarian Can the Ikea generation buy into vintage furniture | The Guardian Congressional research belongs to the public | New York Times It’s spawning season: Are horseshoe crabsContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

After Months Of Homelessness, A Teen Leaves The Woods Behind | NPR At Pa. School, Teens Build Empathy By Confiding In A Crowd | NPR Amazon’s Tactics Confirm Its Critics’ Worst Suspicions | New York Times Five Poems by Gale Marie Thompson | Route Nine Meet-Cute (Wikipedia entry) Heavy-metal music is a surprising indicator ofContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

“That’s what she said”

(illustrations Lucy Engelman) listening :: Metallica  – Week #3 of Metal May watching :: Many TV show/series finales, not a lot on the movie front reading :: A Game of Thrones – Summer 2013 wanting :: the work day to be over – new phone and friends working :: Nothing! And it feels great. I’llContinue reading ““That’s what she said””

Summer, Commence

(Picture from my meeting yesterday at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. It’s just down the road from where I work and the campus was so beautiful and lush at dusk.) listening :: Megadeth – Week #2 of Metal May watching :: Jesse Owens by PBS — since I read The Book Thief over spring break, I haven’t stoppedContinue reading “Summer, Commence”

Hello, May

(source click through) listening :: A lot of Mastodon in honor of Metal May and The Splendid Table (Which I have fond memories of listening to on my way to into the theatre on Sunday mornings last summer) watching :: Parks and Recreation – WHY DO YOU END THE SEASON LIKE THAT, and the libraryContinue reading “Hello, May”