Bam! Pow! Kapow! If your graphic novel or comic collecting allowance has taken a hit, never fear, the library is here! The Library has all the best graphic novel collections for all ages. Batman is DC Comics beloved Dark Knight who works outside the system. Created by the artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, he made his first appearance in 1939. Check out some of the great bat books that have come out so far this year!
India's rich cultural history, sophistication and allure make it a rich tapestry in which skilled authors can weave their tales. Complex social structures combined with lyric prose and mythical elements generally typify these works, but each thread is rich with its own detail and artistry.
If you've ever wanted to know more about downloadable eBooks, audio eBooks or eFlicks and how to transfer these items to your MP3, iPod, or any other handheld device, this is a wonderful opportunity to ask questions of our in-house expert. Not sure if your handheld device is ready for eMedia? Check out the list of compatible devices!
No Cable? No Problem! The library has a premium selection of TV shows! The BBC, BBC America, ITV and other British channels have produced riveting dramatic, comedic and science fiction television shows. See what's on across the pond! Which is your favorite?
No Cable? No problem. The library has many TV series for you to watch at home! The A&E network specializes in biographical programs and reality television. Their tag line "Real. Life. Drama." is quite apt. High in emotion and drama, these shows are not for the faint of heart.
Were you among the thousands to lose power on Monday? Not sure what to do when there is no TV, no Xbox, and no electricity? Be prepared for power outages by stocking up on great books from the library, in addition to candles, matches, flashlights, batteries, and a radio! Stay safe and stay entertained with a little help from these great books.
The Underground Music Showcase is the largest Indie Rock Music Festival in the Rocky Mountains. Taking place at 30 different venues all along South Broadway over four days, July 22 - July 25, there will be more than 250 bands, local artists, burlesque dancers, comedians and droves of music lovers. This is the 10th year the Denver Post has put on this grand event.
Tired of just talking about setting goals? Join us at the newly renovated Ross-Cherry Creek branch library as Jane Diamond helps you get inspired this Saturday, July 17 at 10:30am.
Jane Diamond, owner of Memories, Magic and More, will help you create a vision page using magazines, catalogs, and scrapbooking tools. When you hang this collage in a place where you will see it daily, your goals will begin to take shape!
Learn more about goal-setting, collaging, and scrapbooking with the wide array of materials the library has to offer!