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Women Who Shaped Television
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Women Who Shaped Television

If asked about women who had television shows in the early days of TV, you might immediately think of
May the Fourth Be With You!
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May the Fourth Be With You!

I remember seeing the first Star Wars movie (Episode IV to be precise) in the theater when I was a kid.
Shakespeare: The Bard Is Not Boring!
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Shakespeare: The Bard Is Not Boring!

“I hate Shakespeare!
Oscar Fever
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Oscar Fever

This year marks the 94th Academy Awards, honoring the best in film with a wide selection of categories,
Library Announces Headlining Authors for 2022 ‘Romance GenreCon’
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Library Announces Headlining Authors for 2022 ‘Romance GenreCon’

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Mid-Continent Public Library is pleased to announce that its ann
Smooth Sounds of Two Local Jazz Musicians
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Smooth Sounds of Two Local Jazz Musicians

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Library Launches New Early Literacy App
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Library Launches New Early Literacy App

Mid-Continent Public Library is proud to announce the launch of a new app designed to help caregiv
Chills and Thrills: Winter Reading Challenge Is Back!
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Chills and Thrills: Winter Reading Challenge Is Back!

Mid-Continent Public Library is encouraging adults across the Kansas City metro to participate in
Keep It on the Down Lo(-Fi)
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Keep It on the Down Lo(-Fi)

“Lo-Fi” is a favorite music genre of the millions of homework do-ers, tech community members
The Forgotten Christmas Specials
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The Forgotten Christmas Specials

’Tis the season for the most beloved “classic” Christmas specials to make their annual appea
Lights, Camera, Action: Bringing Back the Family Movie Night
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Lights, Camera, Action: Bringing Back the Family Movie Night

My husband and I are blessed with the opportunity to “kid sit” one evening each week, and the time spent
Traditions, New and Old, with the Library
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Traditions, New and Old, with the Library

A few days before Thanksgiving, my cousin posted something on Facebook about