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Fighting Ebola with Information

Ebola Outbreak Info

Wouldn't it be great if everything you needed to know about the Ebola virus was in one place, easy to find, and from trusted sources? Instead, there's Facebook and Twitter, the Internet, radio, TV, newspapers, email and on and on...

Books Not Meant to be Read: PhotoGrids

PhotoGrids Sidewalk Chalk

Byers Branch Library Recommends: In this video, Yolanda talks about an artist book by Sol LeWitt:

PHOTOGRIDS

Share your review of PhotoGrids​ by posting in the comments below!

The Runaway Bride: Or, a classic story of boy monster meets girl monster

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”
― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein

Ebola in the News Quiz

ebola virus

Ebola virus is making headlines everywhere these days and for good reason. Out of curiosity, I thought it might be interesting to look at the reporting on Ebola over time in something like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. It turns out, Ebola has been making headlines and reported on in both since the 1970s.

Take the following quiz and see how much you already know!

The New York Times, Dec. 1, 1976
The Ebola virus was previously referred to as:

Engage on Facebook!

Check out our new Engage Facebook page.​ We are excited to have a new way to reach everyone that is interested in adult programming at Denver Public Library branches.

Plaza Voices: Como aprender español

Map of Spanish-speaking countries.

Desiree S. of Barnum Branch Library writes:

The Infinite Sea

The Infinite Sea: Second Book of 5th Wave Series

Byers Branch Library Recommends: 

Big Library Read - Anatomy of a Misfit

Anatomy of a Misfit

The newest installment of the Big Library Read officially kicks off this week, giving you an opportunity to join the world’s largest “global eBook club.” For the next two weeks, October 13 - October 28, 2014, you can read or listen to Anatomy of a Misfit by best-selling author Andrea Portes without any wait lists or holds.

Boris Karloff Unwinds in the Monster Classic, The Mummy

The Denver Public Library has been visiting Hollywoods original horror films. The excavation continues this week when we dust off a Universal Studios gem based on the curse of the Egyptian kings, The Mummy. You'll be surprised that the film draws from its monster brother, Dracula and that it bears some similarities to its remake, 1999's The Mummy. And it is just a great popcorn movie for this time of year!

The Mummy (1932)
Tuesday, October 14, 7-9 p.m.
Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center

Are you ready for Election Day?

Wooden ballot box - Smithsonian

Unlike many of the approaching holidays, Election Day doesn't call for much in the way of shopping, cooking or decorating. All we voters need to do is make sure we are registered and informed. Here are some places to stay on top of that:

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