Forget zombie wars and horror films; real tragedies overshadow fantasies, and the Chernobyl nuclear accident was one of those real tragedies. Continue reading Voices from Chernobyl
Let’s take a walk – in the city, around the block, in the woods, with yourself, with another – so many ways to walk! Here we’ve highlighted just a few ways, and send our thanks to our friends at Shelf Awareness for their inspiration of an intriguing journey into the ways of walking. Continue reading So Many Ways to Walk
July – the REAL summer. We have had an interesting early summer so far; wet, chilly, and cloudy, more like early spring than early summer, but now perhaps we get the real deal, warm temps and blue skies.
There is no better way to while away a warm afternoon than a book to engage and captivate. Get captivated this month with our staff (and even customer!) picks. Find them all in our catalog. Continue reading July Staff – and Library Customer – Picks
Just in time for summer viewing! A few excellent flicks from 2018 that you may have missed – by David S. Continue reading One, Two, Three Great Movies!
Every month Lafayette Library staff offer an assortment of recommendations to enrich your life in some way, making you laugh, or cry, or come to some realization. These staff picks always delight and amaze me with their diversity; who knew there were so many gems to choose among? But choose we must, or at least prioritize. Have fun choosing, reading, watching, or listening to this month’s picks. Continue reading Staff Picks for June