This guy basically filmed his everyday life for years on end. These videos, now being uploaded to YouTube, create a perfect time capsule of what things looked like in the 80s. Here we get to see his school library, including a card catalog.
I love my Library! My first Library memory was at Leland R. Weaver Library in South Gate, California. I still remember the smell of the Library (and the books), story time, crafts and movies in the hot Summer. I also remember the card catalogue and the Librarian explaining how to find books using it.
I got my first library card there and I remember signing the back of it like a “big girl” – I don’t recall how old I was but my Mom may remember?
An AirBnb experience allows you to discover what it’s like to look after a bookshop.
— Read on metro.co.uk/2019/05/23/you-can-run-a-london-bookshop-for-the-day-just-like-hugh-grant-in-notting-hill-9576766/
Stuffed closets. Dangerous junk drawers. Crowded cabinets. Bloated bookshelves. All have come under the gaze of Marie Kondo and her legions of folding-frenzied fans. But none hit a nerve quite like the bookshelf. On an episode of her smash-hit Netflix special, Kondo advised a couple to edit their shelves, maybe get rid of a few. The Internet did what it does best: It went
— Read on www.independent.co.uk/life-style/marie-kondo-bibliophiles-books-decluttering-tidying-a8864926.html
The University Library System at the University of Pittsburgh is delighted to announce the acquisition of The George A. Romero Collection, a unique and comprehensive portrait of a filmmaking pioneer.
— Read on romero.library.pitt.edu/
Blood on Black Wax’ wears its love for horror soundtracks on its cover, and the variety of albums within the book will surely please spooky music fans.
— Read on biffbampop.com/2019/05/14/horror-movie-soundtracks-are-the-stars-of-blood-on-black-wax/