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Michelle Jeske Named Denver City Librarian

Michelle Jeske, Denver's New City Librarian

The Denver Public Library Commission is pleased to announce Michelle Jeske as the new Denver City Librarian. She was named the leader of the Library system after a six month national search and assumes her duties March 2.

The greatest film director?!

Picture #1

Picture #1: Huge smile and adorable big ears...cute kid, huh? Well, his name is Steven. Little Steven loves role playing, making up stories, has a huge imagination, and so much more!

 

Little Steven is growing...

 

Woman Power In a World of Men: Marlene Dietrich in Manpower

Marlene Dietrich started her career as a film actress in 1930. Born in 1901, she was thirty before American audiences discovered her in Josef von Sternberg's The Blue Angel; she became a film superstar and yet she was past the age of ingenue -- a rarity in Hollywood. But she learned auteur and Hollywood lighting and makeup techniques from von Sternberg, who had pioneered 'butterfly lighting' to create perfect shadows on Dietrich's face when photographed in close-ups and medium shots.

I Can't Complain, But Sometimes I Still Do: Getting Help for Consumer Grievances

If you're like most people, at some point you've sought justice for a consumer complaint, such as a landlord/tenant dispute, a home repair rip-off or persistent robocalls. It can be confusing to figure out where to direct a complaint, but there are ways to take control of the situation and empower yourself.

Craft brewer's Quiz

Drink Craft Beer

If you're a craft brewer, or if you want to be a craft brewer, check out what Denver Public Library has for you! We have these great magazines covering the craft brewing industry.

Farewell Message From City Librarian Shirley Amore

Shirley Amore

Dear Friends and Supporters,

My time as leader of the Denver Public Library is coming to a close. Retirement begins March 1. When I look back on my 8+ years as City Librarian, I am so proud of what we have achieved together.

Get Your Game On: Game of Thrones Knitted Hood Workshop

It's a worldwide phenomenon -- Game of Thrones books written by George R. R.

Create 3D-Printed Picture Books in the ideaLAB!

Our family ideaLAB workshops in March will be a little different than usual - we're hosting the team from Tactile Picture Books Project for two days of workshops with the end goal of creating 3D printed tactile picture books for children with visual impairment.

Women of the Chicano Movement

Please join us on March 1, at 2 p.m. at the Central Library to hear Dr. Priscilla Falcon from the University of Northern Colorado speak. Dr. Falcon is the director of Hispanic Studies at the University of Northern Colorado. She is a Chicana activist who has spent her career promoting greater awareness of the Chicano culture and of the injustices committed against its population.

How Becomes a Legend Most? The Making of Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway was once just a school kid with hopes and aspirations like every other kid. Yet he grew up to be a definitive American author with a distinctive style; and he lived a life that could have been torn from the pages of one of his own books. Author Nancy Sindelar, who once worked as a teacher in Hemingway's high school, has written a fascinating book about the people and places that made Hemingway into the author and man who culturally dominated the last century. 

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