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Seattle Reads 2017: A conversation with Angela Flournoy

In 2017 Seattle Reads The Turner House by Angela Flournoy. Enjoy this interview with Flounoy conducted by Vivian Phillips. If you’d like to ask your own questions, attend any one of six author programs with Angela Flournoy from May 8-11, 2017. The Turner … Continue reading

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Money Smart Week: It’s Never Too Early (or Too Late) to Save for Retirement

Judy Hucka, editor of the BetterInvesting Puget Sound Chapter Newsletter is our guest blogger today. BetterInvesting is a non-profit organization dedicated to investment education. On April 29 they will be hosting a program on Basic Investing at Central Library. The Newsletter is available for viewing at the … Continue reading

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Theater in the Library: The Dybbuk

Seattle Jewish Theater Company and The Seattle Public Library will present a performance of S. Ansky’s classic Jewish drama The Dybbuk on Sunday, April 30 at 2:00 p.m. in the Microsoft Auditorium at Central Library. The play is directed by … Continue reading

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New Magazine Subscriptions: Part 1

We are excited to announce the start of several new print magazines subscriptions at the Central Library and at many branches! Thank you to all the patrons and staff who made suggestions over the last two years. You have helped … Continue reading

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Money Smart Week: Free Student Loan Advice

Tony Leahy is our guest blogger today. He is the Education Subgroup Chair of the Washington Attorney General’s Student Loan Workgroup, and Executive Director at CENTS (Consumer Education and Training Services Program) – a financial literacy organization. On April 22 … Continue reading

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Money Smart Week 2017

If you’re starting to feel fretful about this time of the year (end of March, beginning of April), you’re not alone. Tax deadline is near. Have you done what you promised your new year’s resolution you’ll be doing? Have you … Continue reading

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Gene Luen Yang: National Storyteller

If we were to conjure a favorite high school teacher, one who’s smart, funny, innovative, caring, honest, and ever so talented, Gene Luen Yang would fit to a T. So personable a speaker, he can reach you through his website … Continue reading

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