The library’s new fourth-floor display “Some like it Hot” is the perfect way to spice up your day!
We have categories for every zesty taste.
I did not set out to armchair travel but when I looked at my past year's reading list I noticed that the single common denominator was Africa.
I cannot say. These stories just piqued my interest, one after another.
Although the official Hollywood awards season may be long over—so long, Emmys, ta-ta, Oscars, goodbye, Golden Globes!— the biggest awards in publishing were just announced last week: the Pulitzers.
I love the Pulitzer Prizes because they celebrate outstanding prose in all its forms. They aren’t limited to only books, like the National Book Awards, or only novels, like the Man Booker Prize. Now in their 101st year, the Pulitzer Prizes recognize outstanding achievements in the fields of journalism (newspaper, magazine, and Internet), music composition, and literature.
On this episode of the Pint & Click Podcast, Dave, Tony, Joel and Jami discuss the merits and drawbacks of MoviePass, a subscription service that allows moviegoers to pay a flat monthly rate for movie tickets. (Please note: This episode was recorded a few weeks ago, and some of the company's polices have changed in the interim. For the most up-to-date information, check the Moviepass Terms Of Service.) This leads into a broader conversation about the magic of the cinema, with each podcaster sharing plenty of engaging anecdotes about the many memorable experiences they've had in movie theaters. Have a listen below:
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