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Adventure Begins @ Your Library!

Posted about 3 weeks ago by Lisa Crisman
Summer is here and if you are thinking of adding a bit of adventure to your summer there is no better place to start than at your local Richmond Public […]
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Aux Cord DJ- Hoopla Album Review Series

Posted about 3 weeks ago by Danny
The Richmond Public Library offers users the opportunity to access several mediums through our e-resources. One of the apps that we consistently recommend to our patrons is Hoopla. Hoopla allows […]
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In honor of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage month, check out these new or updated fiction booklists:

Posted about 3 months ago by Meg Raymond
Asian-American Fiction: Dark or Dystopian Asian-American Fiction: Literary Asian-American Fiction: Mysteries and Historical Fiction Asian-American Fiction: Rom-Coms Check out the RPL Readers page for more lists.   Or, if you’d prefer a hand-crafted, […]
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Let’s Hear it for the Ladies

Posted about 4 months ago by Meg Raymond
In honor of Women’s History Month, check out these newly updated biographical fiction booklists: Let’s Hear It For Bad Girls and Nasty Women: Ladies We Love to Loathe Let’s Hear […]
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Books to Celebrate the Year of the Dragon

Posted about 5 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
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The (Possibly Loveable) Oddball

Posted about 6 months ago by Danny
Thanks to Barry Keoghan and his performance in Saltburn, weirdos are enjoying their time in the spotlight. Why read about Prince Charming and his heroic adventures when you can enjoy […]
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Let’s Celebrate Black History!

Posted about 6 months ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Let’s celebrate Black History through the arts at the Richmond Public Library!
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New Federal Reporting Requirements for Small Businesses

Posted about 6 months ago by Charlie Schmidt
As of January 1, 2024, most small businesses will have to report to the federal government who owns the business. The mandatory reporting is the new Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) […]
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Sailing Into 2024 With A Good Book

Posted about 7 months ago by Adam Zimmerli
I’m a sucker for history non-fiction. If I come across a book in the history section that has a splashy image on the front, an intriguing blurb, and some fast-paced, […]
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The Best Books We Read in 2023

Posted about 7 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Now Is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson “Two  smart, misfit teenagers spend a hot and sticky summer together – partly by choice but mostly because of proximity.  […]
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