Heights Libraries is pleased to announce it will be expanding services in its four buildings in September to include browsing and limited computer use. Computer […]
Back in June, the Matchmakers made a reading list called Addressing Race And Racism Through Reading. It includes both non-fiction titles, so readers can learn […]
If your teen or tween child were to say to you that they were on TikTok or Kik or Tinder, would you know what they […]
Last year I read Chloe Benjamin’s The Immortalists (Overdrive Ebook/Audiobook) and absolutely loved it, so when I came across her debut novel, The Anatomy of Dreams (Overdrive […]
July 25th – August 7th Browse our new books from the comfort of your own home! Follow the link to read a summary and place […]
It’s been a little over two months since the death of George Floyd, and the demands for justice and systematic change has not abated. These […]
Most of us expect computers and the programs that run them to be objective, without human biases on race or gender. They’re machines after all […]
Professor Hoag is an anti-death penalty advocate who recently published, Valuing Black Lives: A Case for Ending the Death Penalty and argued before the Ohio Supreme Court advocating for Glen Bates.