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Introducing “Books a la Carte!”
Enjoy everything foodie from
Too Hot Outside? Try Watercolor!
July is Watercolor Month, making it an excellent time to explore art!
MCPL COO Susan Wray Becomes Acting Library Director
Beginning today, Assistant Library Director and Chief Operating Officer of Mid-Continent Public Library,
From the Director: A Final Word
People take all kinds of part-time jobs to make ends meet.
Top Gun: Maverick and More!
Skeptical about movie sequels living up to the success of the first one, my attitude about the highly pu
Red, White, and Blue Patriotic Picks for July
July 4 is recognized as American Independence Day.
Watch the Skies! World UFO Day
July 2 is World UFO Day, established as a day for enthusiasts of spaceships, unidentified flying objects
Happy Fête Nationale Française!
Bastille Day (in French, “fête nationale française”) is July 14.
Amy’s Romance Corner: ‘The Ex Hex’ by Erin Sterling
He's cursed and she’s the one who did it!
Up in Flames
Record loss is an unfortunate hurdle that we deal with when researching our families.
E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial: Family Movies with Staying Power
In June, Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece,
Why Is Juneteenth in June?
I took a lot of U.S. History classes during my school days.