We all enjoy putting together puzzles. We love feeling the relaxing joy of slowly finding the pieces and putting together the picture as it should be but have you ever notice that the shapes of different puzzles seem oddly familiar? That’s exactly what artist Tim Klein noticed and he decided to get a little creative as a result. Klein has taken several puzzles with similar cuts and melded them together… Read more »
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January 1st 2019 may be the ringing of the new year but it’s also an important date for another reason. This is the date in which works published in 1923 will enter the public domain for the first time. That means that you will be able to read classic literature from authors as diverse as Agatha Christie and H.G. Wells free of charge, view classic silent films from Charlie Chaplin… Read more »
December 15 is the deadline to sign up for health insurance on the Health Insurance Marketplace. For more information, start with the HealthCare.gov Quick Guide. If you need help or have questions, we can help you find answers!
Starting October 9, you will have to come to the library by using Parallel and one of two side streets to reach our driveway on Garden Parkway. Turn south off Parallel onto 159th Street and go three blocks. Turn right on Prairie Way and continue until you reach Garden Parkway. Turn left and take Garden Parkway to the Library’s driveway entrance. OR Turn south off Parallel onto 161st Terrace. Continue… Read more »
If you’re a stats fan you’ll want to check this link out! The Celebrity Billboard Project is a constantly updating timeline of the top ten most read Wikipedia pages of famous people each day. It’s interesting to see what historical events can cause interest to spike in certain people. After you’re finished cycling through the data on this timeline, the main website for The Pudding has multiple visual essays tracking… Read more »
Are you one of those people who feel like there’s nothing good on TV anymore? Do you miss the good old days and long for the television of your youth? Well My Decade TV has you covered! Choose between the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s and flip through the variety of different programming they have from each of the decades. Browse by year and view everything from music videos to soap… Read more »
If you are a fan of the outdoors and animals in their natural habitats but aren’t able to make the trek, the live bear cam for Katmai National Park in Alaska in a wonderful way to scratch that itch. You can tune in almost any time of the day and see such exciting sites as bears fishing for salmon or wrestling with each other in the stream. Definitely worth checking… Read more »
In honor of our Library Rocks Summer Reading theme, check out this interactive music map! Discover the history of musical genres from electronic to jazz, hip-hop to country and everything in between. The website is full of interesting facts and helpful playlists to help get you started on your musical journey.
Jake shares this video from PBS about how we feel when our favorite books get turned into movies. Speaking of books, check out the PBS 100 List for The Great American Read. How many have you read?
The Midwest can often be overlooked when looking at the arts and culture coverage across the Internet but luckily Midwest Coast is here to change that. Featuring interviews, videos and features from artists and musicians of all different backgrounds in the Midwest. The website is fairly new but is updated often with new and original content that is sure to spike the interest of arts and culture lovers regardless of… Read more »