Have you ever wondered if (or hoped you could) borrow video games from the Denver Public Library?
Well, you can! In this blog, I will be showing you step by step how to order video games through the Denver Public Library.
I've made a video with commentary in order to help you in your pursuit of happiness. Also, I uploaded a fun video.
P.S. You can also order video games through prospector, the steps are the same as if you're ordering a game through Inter Library Loan. The only difference is the layout of the website and how you enter your information for requesting the item.
If you're missing the NBA season like I am and need a little something to get you through those tough days with no basketball to watch, check this out. I recently went through the DPL (Denver Public Library) and Inter-library loan catalog and found a few "must-see's" in the NBA world, film-wise. Also check out "My Opinion" on the bottom of the blog discussing my top 10 and favorite NBA players of all time.
If you remember the NBA in the 90's, then you will know that it was ruled by one man: Michael Jordan. The documentary, Michael Jordan In the Max, features the superstar Michael Jordan, showing highlights, interviews, commentaries, and did I mention highlights?! If you love Jordan, the Chicago bulls, the NBA, and basketball in general, this is a must see. Also, you can really see the style of his game, talent, and drive, and get up close and personal to really study whether he may be the best to have ever played the game of basketball.
If you're looking for those hidden gems from around the world, I've found a few that might just be what you been looking for. Creatively filmed, very unique stories, Brilliant actors, suspense, humor and films that have won awards in other countries. Check out the trailers at the bottom of the page.
Bronson: A very creatively, brilliant way to film one of the most violent, famous prisoner in Britain. Combines art, Humor, action and a very unique way of getting famous.
Departures: One man's misfortune leads to an unexpected taboo career in Japan. The music composed for this film is amazing, the story itself is very inspiring and uplifting. A must see.
The warning "Never work with children or animals," is attributed to W.C. Fields, who was known to lace Baby LeRoy's bottle with gin to get him to stop crying on the set. Below are some films that feature animal actors who upstage their two-legged co-stars.
Although he never protested that he was young and he needed the money, one of the earliest animal stars, Rin Tin Tin, started out his acting career playing wolves. His movies eventually became so popular that he is credited with saving Warner Brothers, and he eventually earned his own paw print on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
When you laugh at something funny that an actor or entertainer has said at an awards show, in an interview or as patter in a concert event -- you likely have this man to thank. Hollywood's secret weapon is exposed in the documentary Get Bruce!
Check out this funny documentary at our upcoming film night at the library:
Get Bruce!(1999), Tuesday, April 30, 6:30-9 p.m., Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center
Not since Garbo laughed in the film, Ninotchka, has so much been done by one American to make a Russian laugh -- according to the documentary film, Exporting Raymond. Denver Public Library Film Series kicks off its 8th annual documentary showcase this Tuesday.
Denver Public Library’s Film Series has put together a mini-collection of docs that explores the world of comedy entertainment. Documentary films are often funny accidentally. These are no exception – but they also chronicle the world of professional comedy and comedy writing. It’s serious fun to watch other people try to be funny, with varying levels of success!
Want to experience a piece of Denver history, get inspiration for your garden, or express your creativity? Look no further than a Fresh City Life My Branch program!
Here are your choices for Saturday, April 13:
At 11 a.m., volunteers from the Fairmount Heritage Foundation present The Civil War at Riverside Cemetery at the Sam Gary Branch. Riverside is home to more than 1,200 Civil War veterans, including three Medal of Honor recipients, soldiers who fought with the "Colored Troops," and even some Confederates. Come learn some of their stories!