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Boos & Brews

Christ Christon, brewmaster and operations manager at Second Salem Brewery Company, will share his knowledge about Whitewater’s local brews and the legends for which they are named, at “Boos & Brews” on Thurs., Oct. 26, from 6-7p.m. at the Irvin … Continue reading

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Andersen Library’s MLK weekend hours, UWW MLK event (Jan 27)

On January 15th, in 1929, civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. was born in Atlanta, GA. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was designated a federal holiday in 1983. Many people and organizations use it as a day of service. … Continue reading

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Seventeen Hours of Solitude, or Springfield and Back Again

Are you going on a long road trip this summer and looking for some entertainment to make it less onerous? Continue reading

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Diana Gabaldon and That Highlander

School is out and summer is practically upon us. What better time to instigate a course of summer reading. First on the list should be the English/Scottish time travelling Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. Set primarily in the mid-20th and … Continue reading

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Book Sale for the New Year!

As a bit of a prequel for the new year we’ve changed out the $2 gift-worthy books for a more run-of-the-mill assortment of $1 books for your personal collections. These are primarily literary and health related. The remaining media, mostly … Continue reading

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December 2014 Book Sale

Thanksgiving has just passed and more holidays are around the corner. Whether you’re looking for a Hanukkah, Solstice, Christmas, or Kwanzaa gift, or a Festivus re-gift (in which case you’ll have to read the book first before sharing) is more … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – June 24, 2014

A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran Browsing Books Audio DS318.9 .B38 2014 New Arrivals, 2nd floor It will be some time before we begin to learn about the ordeal endured by service member Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl during … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday–December 17, 2013

Ice Cold (audio recording) by Tess Gerritsen PS3557.E687 I283 2013 New Arrivals, 2nd floor Got a long drive ahead of you as you take off for break? How about checking out an audiobook from the Library to entertain yourself as … Continue reading

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T3: Audio Books

Did you know that you can listen to our audio books on your own MP3 device? Here’s how to upload the files to your computer using RealPlayer (Windows) or iTunes (Mac/Windows): Open RealPlayer or iTunes then insert the disc Select the … Continue reading

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And they’re off… iPhones, Kindles, Audiobooks, Print

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently provided a university dean’s perspective on comparing different formats (paperback, Kindle, iPhone, and audiobook) for reading a novel. Those of us who haven’t experimented with these alternatives might find the article illuminating: Kirschner, A. … Continue reading

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