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New Tunes Tuesday 12/23/2014

(Note: This is a guest post from Ian Gassman, a Denver-based journalist and musician. Ian is one of Volume's external music reviewers - his insights are invaluable. Enjoy!)

I hate to go all “holiday cliché” with this post, but there is nothing better than opening a present before Christmas. That’s why, today, Volume will be giving out five local albums to any Denver Public Library cardholders.

New Tunes Tuesday 12/16/14

Volume Denver drink coaster

Salutations dearest local music aficionados!

This week VOLUME offers four more new gems to dazzle your precious ear-holes!

First up, we are proud to add another great album from the fantastic Slim Cessna's Auto Club.

New Tunes Tuesday - 11/25/14

Volume Coaster - Local Music

Greetings avid local music devotees!
This week we have five new goodies to feed your ears on the VOLUME website!

Youth One Book, One Denver 2015

VOTE NOW!

Are you 9-12 years old? Do you like to read great books and have great discussions about them with your friends? Wouldn't it be great if you could all read the same book at the same time this summer? Well you can and YOU can help us decide which book to pick for Youth One Book, One Denver, 2015 - VOTE NOW! Voting is open from November 17-25.

Fine Forgiveness Month - Extended Through December!

Fine Forgiveness
Mes de Descuento de Multas

Take Half Off Account Balances Through the End of the Year (We Want to See You in the Library!)

As part of our 125th anniversary celebration, the Denver Public Library will reduce outstanding customer fines by one-half through the end of December for a one-time “fine forgiveness” promotion.

Plaza Voices: Stories of Integration

Photo from the "Stories of Integration" series on view at Barnum Library

Desiree S. of the Ross-Barnum branch writes:

Moving away from one’s home can be one of the most challenging life experiences. Having come to Denver via Oklahoma City myself just one year ago, I can certainly vouch for there being a period of readjustment -- one has to discover all new neighborhoods, meet all new friends and perhaps reconnect with old ones. In short, one must create an everyday existence that is different from what was there before. But what about adjusting to a place where both the language and the culture are completely foreign?

Plaza Voices: Denver Startup Week

Cover of "Startup Weekend," available through DPL

Denver Startup Week is going on now! This multi-day event brings together some of the most innovative people in the state for information sessions, networking, and discussion about creative entrepreneurship in Colorado.

Your First Time

Pink

Do you remember your first time? 

Keegan, age 22, remembers. "I was new to the neighborhood. It didn't take any time at all!" Zac, age 31, also remembers. "My Mom held my hand through the whole thing!" Toby, age 52, just smiles. "I remember being so happy!" 

Plaza Voices: Resource Guide for New Immigrants

Cover of DPL's updated Resource Guide for New Immigrants

For new immigrants, refugees, or asylees: the Denver Public Library has compiled a list of reliable resources in this guide to assist with your adjustment to life in Colorado. You may find it helpful to read this guidebook in its entirety or find that only certain sections pertain to your needs. You can also access it from our website (just click on the PDF link for a printable, updated guide).

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