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What: One-on-one drop-in assistance with Denver Human Services programs. No appointment is necessary and Denver residency is not required. Who: Denver Human Services When: Thursdays, 12 noon-4 p.m. Where: Central Library, Schlessman Hall - Level 1
Kurt Cobain was a once-in-a-lifetime talent. He spoke to you through his lyrics; he made you feel his pain, see through his eyes and into his head. Even with the fame, money, and love, it's seemed that Kurt was destined to burn out. "If you die you're completely happy and your soul somewhere lives on. I'm not afraid of dying. Total peace after death, becoming someone else is the best hope I've got"- Kurt Cobain
I have loved and admired Robin Williams' work ever since I first watched him as the lovable hyperactive alien Mork from TV's Mork and Mindy (photo courtesy of Darsie, Wikimedia Commons). It seemed that even scripted material became improvisation when in the hands of The Master Improv Artist Extraordinaire!
It's the most watched film in cinema history. How well do you know the movie and its source novel? Click on the photo to reveal the correct answer.
1. The shabby, yet theatrical jacket (pictured left) worn by Professor Marvel was purchased for actor Frank Morgan at a second hand shop. One day on the set he turned over the lapel to discover the original owner of the jacket. Whose was it?
2. Did L. Frank Baum name Dorothy Gale after a real person?
3. What was used to tint the multi-colored "horse of a different color"?
Planning an Outlander party to swoon with other fans?
Guid gear comes in sma' bulk!
Good things come in small packages and your wee library card connects you to the World. Checkout the following resources to create a party worthy of the Scottish Highlands, even if you haven't read all eight books in the series!
“I didn’t tell him that I grew up in an ugly city that taught me how to look between dust and rubbish and potholes to find a splinter of glass that looked like unmelting ice, beautiful in its defiance of the sun.” ― Kamila Shamsie, Kartography
Looking at your urban environment can be as exciting and thought-provoking as any pastoral vision. Capture the rhythms and patterns of the city and it's architecture in a fun, community event.
Every Saturday at 2 p.m., Fresh City Life, adult cultural programming at the Central Library, hosts a concert showcasing the best local musicians and even a few visiting guest artists. These concerts are always free and open to the public. Free concerts at the Central Library - another reason to get downtown! And this weekend's performer is the amazing fingerstyle guitarist, Jerry Barlow.
Spirit of the Celts: Jerry Barlow
Saturday, August 16, 2-3 p.m.
Central Library, Level 1 Schlessman Hall
Celebrating the music that ignites dancers, this Flamenco guitar concert features one of Denver's finest traditional guitarists, Steve Mullins. It is different from classical guitar -- the player holds himself differently and the guitar itself is meant to be played fast with less 'sustain' than a classic guitar. This helps to keep the fast-paced Flamenco pieces from sounding muddy. In the hands of master guitarist Steve Mullins, the passion and color of Flamenco music is a fiery pleasure.
If you’re a small business owner who wants to increase exposure, if you work for someone who wants you to help promote their business, or even if you’re an activist organizing a rally, the Community Technology Center has some great classes coming up for you!