What I’ve Been Reading – 7/13/2020

Library’s MARCO Brings Wi-Fi Lifeline and Books to Those In Need During Shutdown | Dauphin County Library System UCSB Library to House Mitchell Kriegman’s Papers | UCSB Library Fishermen and Researchers Consider Rig Removals | Santa Barbara Independent One Way to Address LA’s Racial Inequality? Build More Parks in Communities of Color | LAist AsContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/13/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 6/1/2020

Feels Like Home: Reflections on Central Library | Los Angeles Public Library The C.E.O. Who Called Trump Racist (And Sold a Lot of Spice Mix) | The New Yorker Black Sunday: Darkness Falls in the PA Wilds | Pennsylvania Wilds The Work You Do, the Person You Are | The New Yorker Where Do EelsContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 6/1/2020”

What I Read Last Week – 2/28/18

Cold Little Heart – Michael Kiwanuka These are actually a bunch I’ve had in the queue for awhile, but I am still happy to share them. Crop-Protecting Fungicides May Be Hurting the Honey Bees | NPR Research Says Running Can Help Cure a Broken Heart | Competitor The Do’s and Don’ts of Taking a DateContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 2/28/18”

Love List – 10/23

Winter Is Coming – The Steel Wheels The Folk Show – Produced by WPSU and fine purveyor of the best folk music over the airwaves. I have an alarm set on my phone so I can spend Sunday nights with TFS even across the country because no other radio shows or playlists compare.  Farmers MarketsContinue reading “Love List – 10/23”

Love List – 10/2

Collapsible Laundry Basket – I thought it was time to upgrade from the net hamper-turned laundry basked from college and this basket is perfect. Also, Bed Bath and Beyond coupon bonus! LA Dodgers – A friend surprised me for my birthday with a trip to see the LA Dodgers vs the San Francisco Giants. I’mContinue reading “Love List – 10/2”

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:

Like white noise, but walrus sounds. Life writing | Rookie How Wal-Mart became the town square in rural America | TPM The GOP is dying off. Literally | Politico How your hometown affects your chances of marriage | New York Times Better tasting strawberry developed at Rutgers makes its debut | Rutgers Today Sex EdContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

via Why does Pa. have so many local governments | Keystone Crossroads Everything: You’re doing it wrong | The Atlantic The return of grey is a cause for celebration | The Guardian Perfectly happy, even without happy endings | New York Times Free of bed bugs, Lawrence library book sale set to return | LJContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

Denver Public Library launches local music service Volume | Denver Post “BAN-THE-BOX” signed into law in New Jersey | National Law Review 10 reasons why CAPTAIN AMERICA 3 will be CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR | Newsarama Why female ex-convicts may have a harder time finding work than their male counterparts | Keystone Crossroads NPS launchingContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read (and Listened to) Last Week:

First Listen: Joyce Manor, ‘Never Hungover Again’ [Listen]| NPR Blind Date | The Guardian (the first line: “what were you hoping for?” “That it wouldn’t be a disaster.”) Teaching 4-Year-Olds To Feel Better | NPR The Navy’s Deadly Obsession with Whales | Outside The Varied Life of an Academic Librarian | ACRLog Thinking Of YouContinue reading “What I Read (and Listened to) Last Week:”