Haruki Murakami examines how scars from one’s youth can still cause crippling pain as a grownup in his  profound novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.  Tsukuru Tazaki has a successful career designing train stations...
 Hello and thanks for checking out the first Welcome to Warp Zone blog post. This blog will highlight some of the new and exciting video games that will be coming to the library collection.  All of the following games will be added to ...

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Two family film favorites celebrated major anniversaries last month:  the Disney classic Mary Poppins (released in 1964) turned 50, and The Wizard of Oz (released in1939) turned 75.  Both films continue to capture the hearts and imagination...
This may be one of my favorite book titles ever. After all, isn’t it what we all wish for? And if you’re a Father Tim fan, you’ll know that he has, in fact, gotten this wish. He’s finally back in Mitford, the idyllic North Carolina mountain town that...

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  In Louise Penny’s 10th mystery, The Long Way Home, Armand Gamache, former Chief Inspector of Homicide of the Sûreté du Québec, has retired to the peaceful village of Three Pines, hoping to heal hidden wounds he suffered in How the Light Gets ...