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Inform * Enrich * Empower

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Positively Witchy: Local Witches

Posted about 1 month ago by Naomi D'Archangel
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“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble.” Ah, Shakespeare, you fiend! His portrayal of witches in Macbeth has been the first thing most people think of when […]
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Get it done with your library card: Be your own boss

Posted about 2 years ago by Natalie Draper
Forbes said that Richmond is among the 10 up-and-coming cities for entrepreneurs: “[…]Richmond is now a thriving arts and cultural mecca. The startup scene is booming and tax incentives are […]
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Get it done with your library card: Grants, The Foundation Center, and You

Posted about 2 years ago by Natalie Draper
Did you know your library can help you access free funding information? Allow me to tell you about The Foundation Center at the Richmond Public Library. The Foundation Center is an […]
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On Millennials, Minimalism, Self-Sufficiency… and Library Use

Posted about 2 years ago by Jonah Butler
Two of the biggest trends among Millennials in 2017 are de-cluttering our lives (thanks in part to Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up) and becoming more self-sufficient as […]
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The Glitch Ramblings of Iphone’s Quicktype

Posted about 2 years ago by Jonah Butler
The modern human life is mostly dependent on technology. We are connected. We wear our computers on our wrists, reminding us to not forget to breathe. They’re in our back […]
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SRP Haiku

Posted about 2 years ago by Laura Price
Fewer students here: Backpacks full, homework in hand— Summer has arrived!   Now some time for fun, Playing indoors and outside, Feeling sun and breeze.   Summer reading starts– Crafting, […]
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Rainy May Reflections

Posted about 2 years ago by Laura Price
I once worked for one of the big box bookstores. During training I was told that, when helping a customer find a potential purchase, I should put the book, movie, […]
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