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six seasons | Search Results | Longmont Public Library

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2020-08-29 20:00:14

On Display Today – Books for Bounty: Late Summer Cookbooks

Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables by Joshua McFadden

“Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables is poised to join the veggie canon. . . . The flavors are big. . . . They're also layered and complex, despite their apparent simplicity. What will really change your cooking is [McFadden's] approach to seasoning. . . . Trust me: Read this book and you'll never look at cabbage the same way again.”
–Bon Appétit

six seasons | Search Results | Longmont Public Library

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Baby Storytime September 30, 2020

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2020-09-30 11:02:41

It’s time again for stories and songs with Librarian Claire and all the babies and their caregivers. What could possibly be more fun than #BabyStorytime? P.S. — Did you know that you can see our storytimes on cable Channel 8 each morning at 8 am, except for Thursdays? Well, you can! 😃

Baby Storytime September 30, 2020

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So, the City is once again experiencing intermittent phone and email problems, a…

So, the City is once again experiencing intermittent phone and email problems, a... 3

2020-09-29 13:59:57

So, the City is once again experiencing intermittent phone and email problems, and technicians are continually working to resolve these problems.

The phone issue is tied to a trunk fiber cable that was cut by a construction crew in Denver, and the email struggles are the result of a nationwide problem with Microsoft Office 365, which employees across the City use. We wish we could give you an ETA for when this will all be fixed, but every time we're given one by the people outside the City who should know best, the deadline comes and goes.

What can we say, folks? It's 2020. ☹️

Thanks for your patience and your continued good humor. Here's a meme to apologize for your inconvenience.

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Book Bites, Episode 16: Banned Books Week

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2020-09-29 14:21:49

In this #BookBites episode, Jana explains why #BannedBookWeek2020 is the best time to read (or re-read!) Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye.” #FreedomToRead

Book Bites, Episode 16: Banned Books Week

Librarian Jana explains why now is the time to read or reread Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye. #FreedomToRead

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