Monthly Archives: August 2010

My First Job

The lovely Bacon Free Library in South Natick (just over two miles away and not a branch of Morse) is the reason I stubbornly and foolishly refused to get my MLS until I was 35, even though my love of … Continue reading

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There’s No Place Like (the) Home (Library)

Back in my hometown of Natick, MA and checking out the new (well new to me) Morse Institute Library, which is grafted onto the original one –  – very cool that they’ve left all the old building – the brick and … Continue reading

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Library of the Lake (in Traverse City, MI)

I was just in Traverse City visiting relatives and my mother-in-law told me I had to see the Traverse Area District Library. It’s huge.  And in an absolutely gorgeous location by a park (that includes an old train depot – … Continue reading

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In Defense of Public Libraries

In response to a remarkably inept attack on public libraries from a Fox news reporter, the Chicago Library Commissioner had this response.  If you feel stressed as your job gets harder and your salary buys less and you need a … Continue reading

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Great Marketing Idea

Because anyone in Colorado can still use the Colorado Library Card and go to the public library of their choosing, I still go to the Highlands Ranch branch of Douglas County Libraries.  It’s a lovely library, with xeriscaped grounds conveniently located … Continue reading

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