Throwback City Vol. 6: Indian Summer

Throwback City Vol. 6: Indian Summer

In a world that seems more chaotic and hectic by the minute, it is always good to slow down when you can and enjoy the moment.  Catch your breath while you rest your brain and enjoy a song that came on the radio unexpectedly, or a conversation with a friend, or by...

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Easy Listening with Hoopla

Thanks to Hoopla – a free website/app that you get access to by having a valid PPL card –  convenient music is always at your fingertips. Hoopla currently allows 18 checkouts per month, and an entire album only counts as one checkout!  Along with new releases, they...

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Laugh Your Socks off with Hoopla

I have always been a big fan of stand-up comedy.  As far back as I can remember, I’ve enjoyed watching and listening to comedians tell jokes and share funny stories.  PPL used to have a few “Spoken Arts” CD’s, that I checked out multiple times.  Thanks to those, I...

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National Book Bike Week

Monday, August 3rd kicks off the first ever National Book Bike Week! If you have been to PPL within the past few weeks you may have noticed a reddish-orange box attached to a bicycle on display in the south entrance lobby.  That is the PPL Book Bike!  Friends of the...

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Writing Prompt Vol. 9: Movie Pet Peeves

For this edition of a writing prompt I wanted to focus on movie pet peeves. If you watch movies or TV shows, you know of certain things/quirks/situations that happen and have become clichéd.  Scenes like a family that rushes around in the morning before school/work...

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Playaways and Audiobooks

Many new vehicles no longer come with the option of a CD player, leaving many audiobook fans thinking their days of listening to a book while driving are over.  With Bluetooth, many are able to wirelessly stream music and other audio from their phone through their car...

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

All taste is subjective.  For seemingly everything you like, no matter how much you like it, someone dislikes it.  In turn, you no doubt dislike something someone else likes.  The phrase “to each their own” is applicable to just about everything imaginable in life,...

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Using Hoopla and OverDrive

A library card is a powerful tool, allowing you access to countless items for entertainment, educational, and research purposes.  That includes access to e-material!  Hoopla and OverDrive offer seemingly endless options in the form of e-books, e-audiobooks, movies,...

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Worth Watching Vol. 3: More on Hoopla

So far, in the new “Worth Watching” series, I have covered titles that were newly added to Hoopla, along with titles already available on OverDrive.  For this article, I thought I would offer recommendations of titles that are available on Hoopla, but are not newly...

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Summer Discovery: Final Online Arts & Crafts

Summer Discovery: Imagine Your Story wraps up with the final online arts and crafts events of the summer! The Ancient Egyptian deity Thoth ruled over the art of hieroglyphics and writing.  Play the role of an Ancient Egyptian scribe, making papyrus paper and writing...

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