September 30, 2011
♥ The Money May Be Low, but a Library Refuses to Go Quietly
♥ DC’s Martin Luther King Jr. Library Will Remain Open On Sundays
♥ Court Reinstates Pension Of Library Worker Convicted On Child Porn Charge
♥ New West Hollywood Library Invites Cultural Renaissance
♥ Number Of Libraries Reduces In Ukraine Due To Lack Of Readers
♥ In Its libraries, Dublin’s Literary Reputation Shines
♥ Libraries Judicial Review Concludes Today
♥ Our Ebook Future | The Digital Shift
September 29, 2011
About the Calendar From the Men of the Stacks Website:
We know what people think: Dewey, glasses, shushing, books, hairbuns, Party Girl and card catalogs. Yes, we know what people think. We know that the American, library profession is approximately 80% White and 72% female; and we know that tens of thousands of librarians are expected to reach age 65 in the next 5 years. We also know that this is not us.
There is an entire population of professional librarians out there who disagree with the way the library profession is perceived in contemporary media outlets and in the historical consciousness of the American mind. Different people and different associations will use different means to try to change those perceptions. This is ours.
The Men of the Stacks project was first conceived a couple of years ago after learning of the publication of another library-themed calendar. Our first reaction to that calendar? “Well, cool but…where are all the men?” There was another, earlier calendar that featured only male librarians, but we felt it didn’t quite capture the way we saw ourselves. In both cases, either the stereotype was reinforced or it didn’t go far enough in breaking free of it.
One of our models, Von, captured the spirit of this calendar beautifully:
“We can’t just leave it to others to tell the people who we are; that’s why the stereotypes about librarians continue to flourish. We have to be the ones to go out there and tell people who we are. It’s not enough to complain about inaccurate images of librarians; we must be able to present alternative, positive images in movies, books and, yes, blogs.” — Filipino Librarian
Now, he adds, calendars should be added to the list. So, who are we? What do we want to tell you about who we are? What are these alternative images? Easy. We are, or course, professionals. We are educators, programmers, project managers, entrepreneurs, program coordinators, contractors, consultants, and speakers. We are academics. We are authors, diversity officers, historians, administrators, deans, professors, and researchers. We are creatives. We are musicians, bakers, painters, and storytellers. We are athletes, yogis, gym-rats, runners, and hikers. We are passionate. We are dog-lovers, radicals, conservatives, Christians, and Buddhists. We are in our twenties. We are in our forties. We are in relationships. We are perpetual bachelors. We are privileged beings who try to use their advantages to better the lives of others.It Gets Better Project™.
Who would have thought that I'd ever use the random skill of making paper fortune tellers that I learned in elementary school and that it would ever come in handy at work.
Here are instructions on how to make them for those of you that don't know how to do so...
September 28, 2011
I'm tried of this "I have to take a break now" bullshit. You don't have to take a break at the same time everyday. Do your God damn job and stop stuffing your fat ass with crap from Starbucks. "Julia" is a manipulative bitch who pretends to be stupid and someone needs to call her out on her bullshit. God I hate this woman.
September 27, 2011
♥ Kindle Library Lending: Good Deal For Everyone?
♥ Library Closures Challenge Begins In High Court
♥ Pioneer Library System To Buy Borders Bookstore Building In Norman
♥ Shuttering MLK Library On Sundays Is Close-Minded
♥ Main Street Public Library
♥ Bye, Bye Ban: Mark Twain's 'Eve's Diary' Formally Restored to Library
♥ Top Ten Banned Or Challenged Books Of 2010
♥ Banned Books Week Celebrates Its 30th Year
♥ Ten Books About Censorship For Kids & Teens
♥ Alabama Prisoner Sues Over Book Censorship
♥ Banned Books Week Reminds Us That Censorship Is Alive and Well In The Internet Age
- Bridge Burning
- The Pretender
- My Hero
- Learn to Fly
- White Limo
- Cold Day in the Sun
- Stacked Actors
- Monkey Wrench
- Let It Die
- These Days (with Krist Novoselic)
- I Should Have Known
- This is a Call
- In the Flesh (Pink Floyd cover)
- All My Life
- Long Road to Ruin (Dave Solo Acoustic)
- Best of You (Dave Solo Acoustic)
- Times Like These (Dave Solo Acoustic/Full Band Electric)
- Dear Rosemary
- Breakdown (Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers cover)
- Skin and Bones
September 26, 2011
September 25, 2011
September 24, 2011
Erin and I decided that since I was free again last night that we should go out to our favorite bar with a few of our girlfriends and hang out. Erin's friend "Jackie" (Who is now my friend because she likes me so much she invited me along with Erin to her 30th birthday wine tasting party in November -- Yay! I'll be able to tick go wine tasting off of my "No Regrets" List!) was there, she is dating/banging the bartender, and we had yet another interesting and free booze filled evening.
Randomness Of The Night:
- Some guy just jumped into our game of 31 without telling us his name and just informing us that his swagger was too much for any of us to handle.
- The dude that I'm not sure if he is gay or not that I went to high school with (I saw him in Fire Island on Cherry Grove a few summers back and I assumed he was flaming, because he seems it but he claims to have a girlfriend. Not sure whats going on...) sat down at the table I was sitting at while playing 31 and said "A.C. Slater is in the house bitches..." Then he jumped out of the seat, gave me a kiss on the cheek and lifted up his shirt to show me his abs when I asked where his pimp cup was and he ran out of the bar.
- I was told by one of my friends that she and Erin are happy I'm not the "skinny one" because I'm really pretty and if I was the "skinny one" no guys would talk to them.
- "Jackie" and I almost got into a fight with some bitches because they wouldn't stop running their mouths.
- While Erin was trying to dump the drink "Jackie's" boyfriend gave her down the drain so she didn't have to drink it (She wanted to get rid of it so we could go home) she was given an earful by a drunk woman about DWIs, fines and being arrested because this hot mess of a woman has a criminal record because of alcohol.
- My sister's best friend's sister (Who is also good friends with her) was trying to get me to help her find perfume because she lost her ID and wanted to get into another bar by spraying her other friend's bar stamp with it and trying to transfer some of it onto her wrist.
- My sister's other friend introduced me to her "Agent" who is going to make her famous.
Banned Books Week (BBW) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment. Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship by spotlighting actual or attempted bannings of books across the United States.
Intellectual freedom—the freedom to access information and express ideas, even if the information and ideas might be considered unorthodox or unpopular—provides the foundation for Banned Books Week. BBW stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints for all who wish to read and access them.
The books featured during Banned Books Week have been targets of attempted bannings. Fortunately, while some books were banned or restricted, in a majority of cases the books were not banned, all thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, booksellers, and members of the community to retain the books in the library collections. Imagine how many more books might be challenged—and possibly banned or restricted—if librarians, teachers, and booksellers across the country did not use Banned Books Week each year to teach the importance of our First Amendment rights and the power of literature, and to draw attention to the danger that exists when restraints are imposed on the availability of information in a free society.
The ALA promotes the freedom to choose or the freedom to express one's opinions even if that opinion might be considered unorthodox or unpopular and stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of those viewpoints to all who wish to read them.A challenge is an attempt to remove or restrict materials, based upon the objections of a person or group. A banning is the removal of those materials. Challenges do not simply involve a person expressing a point of view; rather, they are an attempt to remove material from the curriculum or library, thereby restricting the access of others. As such, they are a threat to freedom of speech and choice. The ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) promotes awareness of challenges to library materials and celebrates freedom of speech during Banned Books Week. This event is observed during the last week of September of each year. Banned Books Week 2011 will occur September 24 through October 1. See Banned Books Week for information and resources for getting your library or organization involved in this event! OIF compiles lists of challenged books as reported in the media and submitted to us by librarians and teachers across the country. For more about books challenged over the last 20 years, as well as information about classic novels that have been challenged and/or banned, please see Frequently Challenged Books. OIF also offers support for librarians facing challenges to materials in their library. Please see Challenges to Library Materials for resources and information to help you prepare for and respond to challenges. If you would like more information about banned and challenged books not covered in the website, please feel free to contact the Office for Intellectual Freedom at (800) 545-2433, ext. 4220, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yearly Lists of Challenged and/or Banned Books:
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2010-2011 (PDF)
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2009-2010 (PDF)
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2008-2009 (PDF)
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2007-2008 (PDF)
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2006-2007 (PDF)
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2005-2006 (PDF)
Books Challenged and/or Banned - 2004-2005 (PDF)
September 23, 2011
Now that I have the tickets the biggest question is should I get dressed up again this year. I'm thinking that I'll go in jeans and a t-shirt on Thursday, then on Friday I'll do it up. I'll have to think about it. I'll let you know what I decide...
♥ Massachusetts Library Lifts 1906 Ban On Mark Twain Book
♥ Kindle Connects To Library E-Books
♥ Bookworm Scofflaws Get a Break
♥ Man Arrested After Filming Up Woman's Skirt At Colonie Library
♥ The Most Annoying Thing About My Job: Librarians Tell All!
September 22, 2011
- Read for Free
Libraries are known for books, offering fiction and non-fiction hardbacks, paperbacks, and eBooks. The eBooks can be downloaded into nearly any format to fit your computer, eReader or other device. The downloaded books will expire at the end of their loan period so no returns necessary. Overdrive is one provider of download services to libraries. Take a look to see how simple it is: www.overdrive.com. The cost of an average hardcover book is $18.99, an average children's picture book is $12.99, an average paperback book is $6.99 and an eBook download is between 99 cents and $9.99.
- Magazines and Newspapers for Free
Magazine titles from Reader's Digest to Vogue to Hot Rod, including back issues are available for loan. Local newspapers and the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times and others are available for reading in the library. The average cost of a magazine (monthly) is $5.99 and the cost of an average newspaper subscription is $60 per year.
- Listen for Free
Music CDs from classical to rock and roll are waiting. If you need music for a children's party, wedding, anniversary or just listening while relaxing you can find it here. If you prefer your music downloadable, libraries offer MP3 downloads with a limited loan period. The average cost of a music CD is $10.99
You can also check out audio books on every subject for your commute to work, for waiting on your kids at various sports practices or to listen to while you walk. The average cost of an audio book is $21.99
- Free Periodical Searches
If you are a high school or college student, you will be required to cite sources, footnote your thesis, or find some obscure fact for a class. If you find you need an article that appeared in Time Magazine on global warming from 2004, the library will have it on a database. The only cost would be for print/copies. Here's a quick look: EBSCO Periodical Search.
- Librarian Access 24/7
If you can't find the answers you need, libraries await your question. In Ohio, they have Know it Now, (your local libraries will have different names for this feature) which gives 24/7 access to an online research librarian.
- Internet and Wi-Fi
You can have free internet access and Wi-Fi, all you need is a library card. Be aware that most libraries utilize "censoring" programs for juvenile users, and parental consent may be required to use the Internet. The average cost of internet service is $22.00 monthly.
- Watch Movies for Free
Libraries offer children's movies like "Sponge Bob," "The Magic School Bus" and Disney movies to informational DVDs from National Geographic and the Travel Channel, to How-To instructional videos as well as major motion pictures. The cost of an average movie DVD is $12.99, and $3.99 for a DVD rental.
- Learn a Foreign Language - Free
Traveling abroad on business or vacation than check out the free foreign language learning databases. Using a service from BYKI, patrons can choose to learn over 70 languages. Their interactive learning site offers individual learning, flash cards, and words of the day.
- Job Preparation for Free
Learning Express enables you to study for hundreds of tests including civil service, military entrance exams and preparation tests for SAT/ACT, MSAT, LSAT and dozens of others. You will find practice tests at all levels. You can practice, save your test, see your results and try again all for free.
- Find Your Family History for Free
For family genealogists, libraries offer free access to search programs such as Ancestry.com, and HeritageQuest.com. These databases usually require you to search in the library, but occasionally some libraries will allow you to search from home after logging in with your library card number. Some libraries also have research librarians and genealogists on staff to assist with your search. The cost of an online genealogy membership is $25.00 (monthly).
- Free Books for Parents
The library is a significant resource to parents. Where else could your children find a free summer program that encourages reading, allows them to take home armloads of books free and usually gives them prizes for encouragement? Throughout many summer programs, authors, wildlife experts and a myriad of others drop by bringing their special knowledge to share.
- Free Auto Repair and other Databases
For those who don't like to read for recreation, there are practical free databases in auto and truck repair provided by ARRC, reference databases such a Kelly Blue Book, Antiques Weekly and Standard & Poor.
- Other Free Services
Many libraries have a notary on staff (there may be a fee for notary services), offer tax forms, have dedicated internet computers to the IRS and Social Security sites, voter registration forms, test proctoring and fax services, and larger metropolitan libraries offer passport processing.
I left this note on top of the copy of our newsletter that I was proof reading today for my Department Head to see because it looked terrible. I love using my "Dislike" stamp.
September 21, 2011
After shopping we had dinner and decided that we were too tired to go to the gym tonight. So we each went our separate way after eating. It was a good choice because I am so tired right now. I'm honestly just really happy that I don't have to be in at work tomorrow until 1:00pm. I think I'm gonna go crash now.
When my Department Head came in I told her about it and I told her that if anyone else ever takes my camera out of my hands again that I will beat the shit out of them and that I will never again take pictures for the library ever again. She didn't know what to say. We'll see what happens next time I have this program.
Twenty Dollar Bill, Serial# IB018---65B Series: 2006
While I was out with Erin shopping at the Tanger Outlets in Deer Park I found a $20.00 bill just chilling on the ground. It wasn't until I busted it out again did I notice that it had a stamp from Where's George?® and obviously I had to see where it had come from. It was originally entered in Clarksville, MD on February 22nd 2008 at 7:17pm (3 years, 212 days, 2 hours and 10 minutes before I entered it) and it traveled 220 miles at an average of .17 miles a day. I am the only person in 3 years to enter it into Where's George?® and I think it's kinda sad. I hope the next person who gets it enters it.
♥ Bush Library Fundraising Has Surpassed $300M Goal
♥ Struggling Libraries Find Ways To Survive
♥ Tennessee County Bars Sex Offenders From 19 Libraries
♥ Digital Bookmobile Promotes Fairfax Libraries Digital Book Services
September 20, 2011
September 19, 2011
September 18, 2011
After getting out of there we went out for ice cream, which was thankfully fine. But while we were out for ice cream our friend slipped that he and Justin were going upstate next month for a boy's weekend with Phil and some of the other guys. Justin had not informed me about this so I was pissed -- Our friend's girlfriend knew already and couldn't believe that I didn't know because I know everything. It also slipped while we were eating ice cream that the boys were planning on going to Boston in November, yet again minus us girls. We were pissed. I almost broke Justin's thumbs.
Even though I was pissed with Justin for not telling me things, when we were done with ice cream we headed over to a restaurant-bar to watch the Mayweather fight. We each paid $10.00 each to get into the place because our friend said the fight started at 10:00pm (It didn't...) and we were scrambling to find somewhere to watch it, when we could have spent an extra $10.00 and watched it from the comfort of Justin's apartment. It was a cheap sucky fight, but it was something to do. Justin and I didn't talk to each other, but I had wonderful conversations with my friend.
All in all, it was an eh evening. We'll just have to do something next weekend to make up for this one.
September 17, 2011
Last night Erin and I decided to go out to the local bars since I was free and she didn't have any other plans for the evening. We started off at the bar having ladies night, had a few drink and got bored with the place -- We didn't know anyone in the bar and the DJ was playing terrible music (i.e. -- "Butterfly" by Crazy Town). We decided to leave and check out what was going on at the other bars. As we were walking past another one of our normal haunts we saw one of Erin's friends and she beckoned us into the bar for a drink and we ended up staying at the bar until after it closed.
While in this bar we met a married 40-year-old U.S. Border Patrol agent who lives and works in Maine. Erin and I were both perplexed as to why Canadians would want to sneak into the United States and why there were U.S. Border Patrol agents in bumble fuck Maine. He informed us that there is a problem with Canadians that have criminal records in Canada sneaking into the United States to met up with their internet boyfriends/girlfriends. So they basically spend their time catching people who are in the U.S. for a booty call. Interesting huh?
In addition to Border Patron dude, Erin was being hit on by twin Mexican coke heads whom she yelled at in Spanish for lying to her about my whereabouts and who were "Berry berry jealous" of the dude she was actually talking to. There was also a local cop, a dude with his friend named Billy who he was trying to introduce me to, a psychic bike riding Chinese food delivery woman and a whole other cast of characters.
Randomness Of The Night:
- Learning how awesome Twisted Tea® from the weird machine thing was.
- Erin confusing the hell out of the Border Patron dude by speaking to him in Spanish.
- Being told about myself by the psychic bike riding Chinese food delivery chick.
- Getting free drinks from Border Patron dude and the bartender.
- Being told I look like I'm 22-years-old (Yay!).
- Erin getting eye raped by the twin Mexican coke heads.
- Being handed random frozen drinks that I had no clue what was in it by the bartender.
- Erin making out with the local police officer.
- Having to hear about the psychic Chinese food chick's fucked up relationship.
- Being told I had to sit down because I'm a woman by the twin's coke head friends.
- Being harassed by Billy's friend who kept asking me if I thought he was cute.
September 16, 2011
September 15, 2011
September 14, 2011
♥ Officer Says He Showed Patience With Mom Tossed From Library
♥ Police Investigating Library Vandalism
♥ Bookmobile Spreads Word Of e-Books In Libraries
♥ Authors Sue Universities Over Google Books Digital Library
♥ Ban On Sex Offenders Entering Public Libraries May Be Unconstitutional
♥ City Manager Grants Toronto Libraries Reprieve
♥ Librarian Of Congress Has No Plans To Retire
For those of you that don't know anything about TMJD here is some information...
Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJD) occur as a result of problems with the jaw, jaw joint and surrounding facial muscles that control chewing and moving the jaw.
Common Symptoms Of TMJD Include:
- Pain or tenderness in the face, jaw joint area, neck and shoulders, and in or around the ear when you chew, speak, or open your mouth wide
- Limited ability to open the mouth very wide
- Jaws that get "stuck" or "lock" in the open- or closed-mouth position
- Clicking, popping, or grating sounds in the jaw joint when opening or closing the mouth (which may or may not be accompanied by pain)
- A tired feeling in the face
- Difficulty chewing or a sudden uncomfortable bite – as if the upper and lower teeth are not fitting together properly
- Swelling on the side of the face
September 13, 2011
I really hope this bitch finally gets what is coming to her because EVERYONE in the department is mad at her and she doesn't even realize. We're all done with her and her crap, and we just want her to reap what she has sowed.
September 12, 2011
The whole time we were running around trying to make the calls "Julia" was oblivious to what was going on. She had no idea what she was doing or that she was even doing something wrong. Once she was done with her long ass call she looked at all of us and was like "Oh... I'm gonna go to dinner now..." and she left. We all could not believe what had just happened, but you can bet that we will be informing our Department Head tomorrow when she comes into the library.
September 11, 2011
Before we actually got to the house we went to pick up a birthday cake because Justin's mother texted me yesterday and ask me if we could pick a cannoli cake up for her. When we got to the house and I went to put the cake in the fridge there was already a cake there. Apparently she texted Justin and told him not to get a cake because she was gonna do it, he didn't see the message and they ended up with two cannoli cakes and another random one that his sisters made. Can we say communication fail?
After the cake thing Justin and I set up a little photo booth corner for the kids to mess around with -- Yes, I used the same photo booth props that I made for the Teen Reading Club Party and unlike that party, the kids (And the adults) loved the whole photo booth thing and they took tons of photos.
The guests started to arrive around 4:00pm and they spent the majority of their time messing around with the photo booth props and playing Apples To Apples Junior (Which was actually a lot of fun, I need to go pick up the regular edition) until it was crêpe time. Yes, Justin's little sister demanded crêpes as the food of choice for her party.
Justin's mother set up a little crêpe bar for the guests to create their own crêpes. She had Nutella, strawberries, bananas, whipped cream, chocolate syrup, bacon, powdered sugar, raspberry jam and lemons. It went over really well, everyone enjoyed creating their own crêpe concoctions.
The party lasted a few hours and was extremely successful for a random at home party.
These are the books that I decided to pick up...
- How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack by Chuck Sambuchino - $3.00 ($14.99)*
- The Book of Useless Information by Don Voorhees - $2.95 ($12.95)
- The Perfectly Useless Book of Useless Information by Don Voorhees - $2.59 ($12.95)
- Street View: The New Nylon Book of Global Style - $4.99 ($24.95)
September 10, 2011
Justin and I were walking through a parking lot on our way to get dinner when I noticed a syringe just chillin' in the middle of a parking spot. Obviously I needed to take a picture of it...
I honestly thought it was pretty funny because for the past week or so I've been walking around with various items I've found in books that people were using as bookmarks in my bag waiting to photograph or do whatever with them. So, I've decided that whenever I find something random in a book that someone was using as a bookmark that I'd take a pictures of it and/or scan it and post it.
♥ Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Library Book Thefts
♥ Patrons Picket To Save Detroit Library Branch
♥ Role Of Public Libraries Expands To Match Need
♥ Senate Restricts Attempts To Privatize Libraries
♥ NYLA Posts List of Hurricane Irene-Damaged New York State Libraries
♥ Notre Dame Librarian Tries To Bring Halt To Snooping
♥ The Daring Librarian: Wikipedia Is Not Wicked!
♥ Librarian Charged With Hacking Email, Facebook Account Of Woman Who Rejected Him
September 9, 2011
While I was at the house Justin pulled out boxes of photos that his mother had found and saved before the hurricane hit. So I honestly spent my entire time there looking at old photos of him that I had never seen before and pulling out my favorites to scan to put up on Facebook. It was kind of a dull day, but I enjoyed myself.
September 8, 2011
This is a craft I've been working on for the past couple of days. It is for surfing themed storytime we are having next week. I cut out pieces of cardboard into the shape of surfboards (Which was a pain in the ass to do, but "Mini Page" helped me out and made a few) and I was going to have the children decorate their own using acrylic paint and other various items from our craft closet.
September 7, 2011
Eventually "Amy" came in spouting out the lame excuse that her daughter missed her bus for the first day of school or something. But after she arrived, "Emily" called up and said that she wasn't coming in because she wasn't feeling well. In reality her friend from out of state came to visit and she wanted the day off to hang out with her.
On top of all of this, "Julia" wrote in her own personal leave and instead of coming in at 9:00am like she we scheduled to, she came in at almost 2:00pm because she went to the doctor. I really cannot believe this woman gets away with this crap. I honestly cannot wait for her to use more time than she has, so that she dips below her scheduled hours and is forced to become a part-time employee thus losing all of her benefits.
Where was my Department Head and "Lori" you ask? Well, my Department Head wasn't scheduled to come in until 1:00pm and "Lori" wasn't due in until 5:00pm.
So, I basically spent the entire morning alone because "Amy" is very much so useless. When the custodian found out I was all alone (Before "Amy" actually walked in) he started singing "All By Myself" by Eric Carmen (Céline Dion did a cover of it in 1996, which is probably the version you are more familiar with) to me, which was honestly the highlight of my day.
I know you are all thinking, "Don't you normally like to be left alone?" Yes, yes I do. But not when it is raining outside and everyone and their mothers comes into the library to escape from the nasty weather. I don't like being by myself when there are tons of people that need help. I like being alone when it is nice outside and no one actually comes into the library.
September 6, 2011
Oh shit, I just realized that I forgot to post about how on the Friday before the hurricane "Julia" spent the day calling doctors trying to get them to call in a prescription for pain medication and muscle relaxers for her without going into an office for a check up. It was ridiculous and everyone who was there that day thinks that she has a problem, wait until they hear about today. I can't believe that I didn't write about this. Probably because I was worrying about my own hurricane survival.
Back to today... "Emily" and I ended up having a super slow night. We really didn't do much. I mean, "Favorite Page #2" and I finally got around to making a Library Card Sign-Up Month bulletin board -- My Department Head will be happy to see that it is done when she walks in tomorrow. But that was really all we did because no one was in the library.
Thankfully "Julia" is on lunch so I don't have to deal with her annoying stuttering self until 2:00pm rolls around and then I have to keep myself busy for two hours so I don't end up trying to strangle her. Wish me luck.
♥ 9/11 Remnants Delivered To Richard Nixon Library
♥ Family Place Libraries Initiative Expands In Maine
♥ Area Libraries Making Popular Shift To e-Books
♥ Libraries Invite Patrons To Have A Coffee, Stay A While
♥ Libraries Get The Miss In Age Of e-Reading
September 5, 2011
September 4, 2011
September 3, 2011
Back to Incubus... They came on around 9:00pm and played the following twenty song setlist...
- Pardon Me
- Wish You Were Here
- Anna Molly
- Promises, Promises
- If Not Now, When?
- Are You In?
- In the Company of Wolves
- Talk Shows on Mute (Acoustic)
- Punch Drunk
- Look Alive
- Dig (Remix)
- Nice To Know You
- Tomorrow's Food