Works from Summit by Alexis Fryer Ostraff, are on display in the library until September 14. “These pieces come from a series of work titled Summit. I began the work as […]
The Mark of Zorro This silent film stars an athletic Douglas Fairbanks in the first filmed version of the Johnston McCulley’s Curse of Capistrano which was first published in 1919. […]
Monday, August 3 | The General (NR, 1926) Johnny has two loves—his locomotive “The General,” and Annabelle Lee. When the General is taken by Union spies with Annabelle Lee on board, […]
Van Gogh: The Life by Steven Naifeh: Draws on newly available primary sources to present an in-depth, accessible profile that offers revisionist assessments of the influential artist’s turbulent life and […]
I love pork, my friends. One of my favorite carnivorous delights is a cheap (.98 a pound on special!), delicious, bone-in pork shoulder, slow cooked to fall-apart, velvety, goodness. Yes, […]
Picture Books Have You Seen My Monster?, Steve Light Invites young readers to identify shapes while helping a small girl search the fair for her pet monster. When the Wind Blows, Linda […]
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