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The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
Listeners’ Advisory is the San Diego Public Library podcast and audio access point that connects users with SDPL services, facilities, and staff. Patrons can learn about upcoming programs and periodically enjoy stand-alone episodes that feature unique content tailored for the audio experience. Enjoy a mixture of narrative-driven segments, in-depth interviews, and roundtable discussions about timely services, community-centric matters, along with professional recommendations. This podcast is ...
 
The San Antonio Public Library changes lives through information, imagination, and ideas… and podcasts! Join the San Antonio Public Library Tuned In crew as they share and reveal some of the inner workings of the library, highlight the many features and programs on offer, and discuss topics which are important in the library world… like eReaders, public services, books, tacos, and more. We want your feedback. Feel free to contact us at the email address below. We're always interested in what ...
 
Want to join a book club but don't have time? Did you just finish a book you loved, but you don't have anyone to talk with? Wish you knew more about the books everyone is talking about? The Big Book Club Podcast is for you! Each month on the podcast our librarian-bibliophile hosts will share their insights and reactions to a buzz-worthy book. We'll feature popular books, books in the news, classics worth a second look, and titles coming to a theater near you - the books Arlington readers are ...
 
The Long Overdue Podcast is a podcast about all things library related. Brought to you by the staff of the Decatur Public Library in Texas. The hosts of the Long Overdue Podcast are: Pat Peters, Library Director Dawn Wilbert, Youth Services Manager Chris Shenkir, Account Services Manager Denice Herrera, Library Technician Sound Engineer: Chris Shenkir Editor and Media Specialist: Denice Herrera
 
Menomonie Public Library - Ted Talks interviews interesting people with a story to tell in Menomonie, Wisconsin. Programs of local interest to Dunn County and surrounding communities with your hosts Chuck Backus and Ted Stark. Theme Song: "Leopard Print Elevator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
 
Tell Me Your Story is a series of forty interviews, taped in 1989 through 1992, with people who have "made a difference" in the life of Iowa City. For the convenience of our patrons, we've made them available here as audio podcasts. Tell Me Your Story was produced and hosted by Ellen Buchanan especially for the Iowa City Public Library through the facilities of Public Access Television. Video of these programs is available at video.icpl.org
 
One of a Kind is a series of interviews, 1993-present, with Iowa City community leaders. We've made them available here as audio podcasts for the convenience of our patrons. One of a Kind is produced and hosted by Ellen Buchanan especially for the Iowa City Public Library. To watch these programs with video, visit video.icpl.org
 
Features one-on-one conversations between library customers experiencing homelessness in Dallas and Dallas Public Library’s homeless engagement coordinator, Suzanne Glover. The in-depth interviews touch on issues of mental health, surviving extreme Dallas temperatures, finding love and being in a relationship, and other personal experiences. Hear from people like Carlton, who explains why he doesn’t stay in a shelter; Nicholas, whose schizophrenia led to homelessness; Jennifer and Martin, wh ...
 
The Harford Edge is a weekly radio show that airs on Fridays at 9 am on 970 WAMD Aberdeen (Harford County, MD). The show covers local and national news and commentary, and features guests who represent the non-profit and civic organizations and businesses in Harford County. The Harford Edge is cohosted by Bob Mumby and the Harford County Public Library's Mary Hastler, Leslie Greenly Smith and Jennifer Button.
 
Welcome to our improved Bee Cave Public Library Podcast Channel! Here you can find the podcasts for our Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and our new Bee Cave Book Haul podcast. Our TAB podcasts feature teens from our community talking about their favorite reads, discussing banned books and even featuring ads and book trailers they have made for BCPL events. “Bee Cave Book Haul” is where our librarians Megan and Cate talk about about the latest books they are reading and what titles are new or comin ...
 
Each week WFMT goes live to the Chicago Cultural Center for concerts with emerging artists from around the world, produced by the International Music Foundation. Some shows offer solo recitals while others feature ensembles. The concerts take place beneath the world’s largest Tiffany-domed ceiling, part of a landmark building that originally housed the Chicago Public Library. The Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts are named for British pianist Myra Hess who organized some 1,700 free lunchtime ...
 
The First Fifty Pages is the Sioux City Public Library's podcast about books, library culture, and current reading trends. Each month, Kelsey Patterson and Jenn Delperdang discuss what they're reading, what's popular in our community, and what's happening at the Library! Who knows, they might even help you find your next great read! Highlighting the amazing work that libraries do, and why you should be using your library, this podcast is not to be missed! Produced by Siouxland Public Media .
 
Brooklyn Public Philosophers is a forum for philosophers in the greater Brooklyn area to discuss their work with a general audience, hosted by the Brooklyn Public Library. Its goal is to raise awareness of the best work on philosophical questions of interest to Brooklynites, and to provide a civil space where Brooklynites can reason together about the philosophical questions that matter to them. And now we have a podcast! With The Owl, we're hoping to give people a way of staying connected e ...
 
OUR STREETS, OUR STORIES is a project of the Brooklyn Public Library's Department of Outreach Services that seeks to explore the Brooklyn that is and was, from the words of the community that lives here. Our hope is to create neighborhood-specific history archives based around interviews with Brooklyn residents. We seek to not only witness the change taking place all around us, but also to record and preserve the history of our neighborhoods before that history is forgotten. *Nominee, 2016 & ...
 
An extension of the Alexander Campbell King Law Library's longstanding newsletter Amicus Briefs, this podcast tackles a different theme per episode, bringing together the University of Georgia School of Law's students, faculty and staff for intimate discussions about topics close to their heart and tied in some way to the law library's collection or expertise.
 
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National Night Out is a community-police awareness-raising event in the United States, held the first Tuesday of August. We are pleased to have our colleague and Coordinator of Outreach Services Deborah Hempe here to chat with us about this year's event taking place on Tuesday, August 3rd from 5:30-8:30pm at the Centereach Pool. The local NNO event…
 
Earlier this month we got the chance to speak with the incredible Danny Ramadan. Danny Ramadan is a Syrian-Canadian author and LGBTQ-refugees advocate. His debut novel, The Clothesline Swing, won multiple awards. His children’s Book Salma the Syrian Chef, continues to receive accolades. Both books were translated to multiple languages. His short st…
 
In this episode, Bob meets up with local creative Parker Edison, host of the KPBS podcast The Parker Edison Project. They talk Hip Hop and emceeing, Parker’s creative inspirations, and his various artistic endeavors. Also, Bob hangs with librarian II, Dustin Vogel to discuss his web series, Speed Date with a Record, as well as their favorite golden…
 
This month’s online presentation welcomes Amber Nelson, Mary Ellen Talley and Diane Elser.Amber Nelson is the author of two full-length books of poetry, In Anima: Urgency and The Sexiest Man Alive (Spooky Girlfriend Press), as well as numerous chapbooks, most recently First Apocalypse (The Magnificent Field). She was the co-founder of alice blue re…
 
This week we break down the roots of the hard boiled detective novel with Raymond Chandler's iconic 1939 crime novel, "The Big Sleep." Episode Links “The Big Sleep,” by Raymond Chandler Reading Pete – “Shock Value” by Jason Zinoman Jennie - “Antonio” by Beatriz Bracher Megan – “One by One” by Ruth Ware, “Crying in H Mart: A Memoir” by Michelle Zaun…
 
Bienvenidos a una nueva edicion de Viajero de Libros. Mi nombre es Victor y soy un bibliotecario en la Biblioteca Publica de Largo. Hoy les voy a hablar sobre un libro de ficcion que tenemos en la coleccion en español que se titula La Fruta del Borrachero por Ingrid Rojas Contreras. Sinopsis: En este cautivador debut, Ingrid Rojas se inspira en su …
 
Jill talks with librarian John Connolly about workplace accessibility. Contact Us: connections@hamnerlibrary.org Featured Resource: Rosetta Stone Other Resources: Beyond Bookshelves Drive by Daniel H. PinkJames L. Hamner Public Library
 
Episode 04 - Fun Fact: There is such a thing as Cow Punk!Did you know there was more to the punk sub-genre of Sci-fi/Fantasy than just cyber-punk? Move aside Blade Runner, God punk is here! Join Tim & Liz as they revel over the many types of “punk” out there and talk about “Black God’s Drum” by P. Djèlí Clark.Join the discussion with Escape the Ear…
 
While Bob was handling an IT emergency, Chris had a great conversation with Carlos Galeana. If you are a frequent listener to the podcast, then you may remember Carlos from his appearance in Episode 45 discussing his Mover and Shaker election and all things he is doing in his previous position at the Multnomah Library in Oregon. Carlos is now out o…
 
Welcome to our third episode of our Read Aloud of The Mysterious Affair at Styles, by Agatha Christie. The mystery continues to develop and we are starting to get a glimpse into Poirot and Hastings' suspicions. Email us your thoughts, theories and predictions, we'd love to hear them! genglot@prl.ab.ca…
 
In our Tales and Travels series, we visit a new country each week and discuss one folktale and a little about the origins and culture surrounding it. This week we are off to Scotland, where we will hear the tale of Molly Whuppie. Enjoy the story alone, or check out our companion materials. We have a read-along booklet of the folktale and an activit…
 
Another movie chat, and this time Nicole has spun the wheel to land on a new flick, The Birthday Cake. Is it delicious or deadly? Listen to find out. PS - there will be spoilers, obviously! MCPL patrons can reserve a copy here: http://mcpac.mcpl.lib.ny.us/record=b2064580 Here's the IMDb listing: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10719958/?ref_=fn_al_tt_…
 
Non-fiction can be a tough genre to get into, especially for teens! We've accepted the challenge and compiled a list of titles full of many different themes that are bound to be more exciting to read than most textbooks. All of the books can be found within our collection, so come by and check them out. Evil Masters: The Frightening World of Tyrant…
 
Violinist SooBeen Lee and pianist Elliot Wuu join us in a live performance with works of Claude Debussy, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and Igor Frolov for this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. We hope you enjoyed this performance; don't forget to subscribe to WFMT's YouTube Channel and like WFMT's Facebook Page to catch each and every livestre…
 
Welcome to our second episode of our Read Aloud of The Mysterious Affair at Styles, by Agatha Christie. As the mystery begins to unfold and the investigation is now underway, we would love to hear your thoughts, theories and predictions. We will share some of our favourites at the beginning of the next episode. Email genglot@prl.ab.ca to submit you…
 
This month’s online presentation welcomes Shin Yu Pai, Meredith Clark and Arlene Kim.Shin Yu Pai is the author of 10 books, including ENSO (Entre Rios Books, 2020), AUX ARCS (La Alameda, 2013), Adamantine (White Pine, 2010), Sightings (1913 Press, 2007), and Equivalence (La Alameda, 2003). Her essays have appeared in The Rumpus, City Arts, Yes! Mag…
 
The Washington Center for the Book at The Seattle Public Library invites everyone to take part in Seattle Reads "Stories for Boys," a project designed to deepen engagement in literature through reading and discussion. -- Martin’s quirky, heart-wrenching memoir looks at family secrets, truth and reconciliation, acceptance and forgiveness. As Martin …
 
In our Tales and Travels series, we visit a new country each week and discuss one folktale and a little about the origins and culture surrounding it. This week we are off to Mexico, where we will hear the story of The Rabbit in the Moon. Enjoy the story alone, or check out our companion materials. We have a read-along booklet of the folktale and an…
 
Nicole's been watching Ragnarok and Loki which has piqued her interest in Norse Mythology...she has some interesting books to check out next time you are at the library. Check out these books on Norse Mythology: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman Treasury of Norse mythology stories of intrigue, trickery, love, and revenge by Donna Jo Napoli Plus some N…
 
In this episode, Bob hangs out with Curtis Williams, SDPL’s Technology Resources Manager and Sam Cerrato, Circulation Supervisor at the Central Library. They discuss the new city-wide initiative, SD Access 4 All and the City of San Diego’s efforts to address digital equity by getting the community connected via computer labs, devices, and various W…
 
On the Facebook group, reader Kristen said, “One sign of a good book to me is how much I remember and still think about months later, and this [An American Tragedy] was one of those books.” So we took a deep dive into that question on this week's episode.... Episode Links “An American Tragedy,” by Theodore Dreiser Reading Pete - “Blindsight” by Pet…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to our first installment of our Novel Read Aloud! We will be reading the thrilling mystery novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles, written by the infamous Agatha Christie. With a new episode and two new chapters released every Friday, tune in as we solve this mystery together! Want to share your predictions and theories fo…
 
Where else can you hear about new DVD releases at the library plus interesting info on composting? Sara has an update on new DVD releases this month. If you'd like to view the current list, click here. Nicole has started a new project at the library: a worm composting bin. While it's currently in the beginning stages out of view, it will soon be av…
 
Adult science fiction and fantasy come one and all to Camrose Public Library's very first Book Tasting featuring our eight top recommendations within the genres of science fiction and fantasy! Not a fan of science fiction or fantasy but wanting to dip your toes in the genre? We've got topics you might love! Alongside the blurbs for each book you ge…
 
In our Tales and Travels series, we visit a new country each week and discuss one folktale and a little about the origins and culture surrounding it. This week we are off to Poland, where we will hear the story of Feliks and the Queen Bee or The Gingerbread Bee. Enjoy the story alone, or check out our companion materials. We have a read-along bookl…
 
It's the time of year when many folks go camping...so why not we take a look at interesting facts from Statista on camping in the U.S. Just a reminder... Statista is an amazing online resource that gives you access to statistics and demographics on market and consumer data from around the world. It's available to all MCPL cardholders as well as our…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode Thirty Nine of Page Turn: the Largo Public Library Podcast. I’m your host, Hannah! If you enjoy the podcast subscribe, tell a friend, or write us a review! The English Language Transcript can be found below But as always we start with Reader’s Advisory! The Reader’s Advisory for Episode Thirty Nine is Bastard by Max de …
 
In this episode, Scott speaks with LGBTQIA+ Services Committee members Erin Wilson and Francesca de Vera about the dilemma of rainbow labels on library books and how "othering" can be an unintended consequence, despite good intentions. Also, Bob hangs with San Carlos Branch Manager, Dave Ege to talk comics and graphic novel recommendations as well …
 
This month’s online presentation welcomes the Ballard Writers Collective (BWC) to celebrate their 11th Annual Event. Join multi-genre writers on the theme, "The Elephant in the Room." With eleven members of the BWC including Carol Levin, Stephen Lundgren, Joel Bell, Sharon Hennessey, Janet Margot, Karen Gamble, and others!…
 
This month’s online presentation features Donna Miscolta, Catalina Marie Cantú, and Claudia Castro Luna.Donna Miscolta’s third book of fiction is Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories, about lessons a young Mexican American girl learns in a world that favors neither her race nor gender, released from Jaded Ibis Press in September 2020. Her story collec…
 
We are so happy to let you in on some amazing programming coming this summer, both in person and virtual, for our patrons. Plus did you know we have discount tickets to some great attractions? Listen and find out. Read about all the programs mentioned in this episode here: http://www.mcplibrary.org/wp-content/uploads/MCPL_Quarterly.pdf See where yo…
 
Episode 21-06: Kimberly Berry, Teen Dating Violence Prevention Manager with the YWCA Olga Madrid Center joins Raquel, Edward, and Dan for another discussion of an important relationship matter: consent. Kim and the Tuned In crew talk about the importance of open communication, asking permission, listening, expressing intent; and we order a "buddy" …
 
Bienvenidos a una nueva edicion de Viajero de Libros. Mi nombre es Victor y soy un bibliotecario en la Biblioteca Publica de Largo. Hoy les voy a hablar sobre un libro de no ficcion que tenemos en la coleccion en español que se titula Stranger: El Desafio de un Inmigrante en la Era de Trump por Jorge Ramos. Sinopsis: Jorge Ramos, periodista galardo…
 
The 2021 MCPL Summer Reading Club starts next week! We are happy to have Jessica, Michelle, Amber and Alex join us to talk about what to expect for this year's club throughout the library. Get all the details as well access Beanstack to sign up for this year's event here: https://www.mcplibrary.org/summer-reading-club/…
 
How to Try to Get Away with Murder This episode comes with a content warning! This section of “An American Tragedy” (and our podcast discussion) deals with unprotected sex and the search for abortion after unplanned pregnancy in the 1920s. There is also discussion of a pre-planned murder. So if that isn’t something that would be healthy for you to …
 
How do child and family detention camps and the SCOTUS upholding of the travel ban follow a broader historical arc? Join a conversation, punctuated with arts and creativity, where community leaders who are responding to recent changes in immigrant policy and law map out social movements for inclusivity and equality. Highlights will include Native s…
 
What is the role that libraries can play in imagining a future without prisons? Join an interactive community dialog featuring local leaders and national advocates on criminal justice reform to close out our year-long meditation on criminal justice. Our presenters include:•Patrisse Cullors (co-founder Black Lives Matter)•Luis Rodriguez (Los Angeles…
 
What is the role that libraries can play in imagining a future without prisons? Join an interactive community dialog featuring local leaders and national advocates on criminal justice reform to close out our year-long meditation on criminal justice. Our presenters include: • Patrisse Cullors (co-founder Black Lives Matter)• Luis Rodriguez (Los Ange…
 
Summer is upon us and so are opportunities to cool down in either a pool or at the beach. Nicole has some information on water safety along with sobering facts. Here are some resources to check out before diving in: National Drowning Prevention Alliance Red Cross Water Safety Watersports Safety and First Aid reserve it here Make my World Safe - Aro…
 
In this episode, host Bob speaks with some of the folks involved in bringing the newly acquired Joseph Murphy Baseball Autograph Collection to the San Diego Public Library’s Sullivan Family Baseball Research Center. Interviews include Steve Murphy, son of Joseph; Tom Larwin, President of Society for American Baseball Research Ted Williams’ Chapter;…
 
In this very special episode, Chris and Bob are joined by a group of librarians from all around New York State. Emily Dowie, Teen Librarian at the Greenburgh Public Library in Elmsford NY; Jo Ann Mulligan, Library Assistant at the Altamont Free Library in Altamont, New York; Danielle Newman, Pre-k to 12th Grade Public School Librarian at the Fillmo…
 
Episode 21-05: Meet San Antonio Poet Laurette Andrea "Vocab "Sanderson - Vocab talks with JD and Rebecca about life, love, death, hope, and other elements that go into her poetry and creative process.San Antonio Public Library Podcast — Tuned In
 
Hello and welcome to Episode Thirty Eight of Page Turn: the Largo Public Library Podcast. I’m your host, Hannah! If you enjoy the podcast subscribe, tell a friend, or write us a review! The English Language Transcript can be found below But as always we start with Reader’s Advisory! The Reader’s Advisory for Episode Thirty Eight is Light It Up by N…
 
Sara has some interesting history on how Pride Month came to be; Nicole has some resources for you to check out. History of Pride Month: https://www.them.us/story/the-complete-history-of-pride LGBTQ+ Children's Literature: https://csulb.libguides.com/childrens/lgbtq Stonewall Book Awards: http://www.ala.org/rt/rrt/award/stonewall/honored Great LGBT…
 
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