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Tag Archives: Library of Congress
On the Move in Connected Areas
With the past blog post highlighting how the World On the Move exhibit would have an amazing home here in Delaware, at the ALA Conference there were attendees who shared their similar events of displays that reached out and connected … Continue reading
“Librarying” Inside and Out
Before we dive in to the actual first day of the American Library Association Conference, what seems as alot of information already received from the ALA Annual PreConference, I felt it necessary to actually tour/visit the inside of the Library … Continue reading
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“…Not on Federal Records…”
The third preconference workshop at the Library of Congress, and the ALA 2022 Conference hadn’t even started yet – and the information received here was enlightening, so I sat wondering, “What would I dare to expect from the conference?!” Below … Continue reading
The Second Time Around Is a Little More Difficult…
A great response to someone that had a birthday last Leap Year Day and this next Leap Year Day 🙂 Let’s work with a little history about Leap Year Day. In listening to an NPR Podcast, certainly balance and … Continue reading
Words, Pages Books, Life. Repeat.
“Meet at my place at 5:00 AM.” “Sure!” Easily said in reply, this was one of those comments that once released, occurs at a time where either action will happen, or the thought of this happening occurs and slips away, … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Amy Tan, Brenton McKenna, Compass Coffee, Court Justic Sonia Sotomayor, Jason Reynolds, Jeanine Leane, Justic Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Kim Scott, Library of Congress, Madeline Albright, Marian Bantjes, National Book Festival 2019, New Carrollton metro, PBS Books, Tara Westover, Walter E Washington Convention Center Leave a comment