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James K. Polk, eleventh President of the United States died on this date in 1849 in Nashville, Tennessee. Polk is best known for an incredibly successful one-term presidency, after which he declined a second term.
"Just Kids" is Patti Smith's memoir of her relationship with New York City, art, music, and most of all, Robert Mapplethorpe. It chronicles Smith and Mapplethorpe's adventures as young, unknown artists in New York City, up until Mapplethorpe's death.
Patti Smith is known as an accomplished musician and poet. In her new book Just Kids Smith reflects on life before she and her friend Robert Mapplethorpe established themselves as professional artists.
Backyard chicken farming is all the rage. Whether you are ready to fully embrace the urban homesteading movement or just want a few fresh eggs, it's not that hard to raise your own chickens.
Before you get started, you will want to be aware of Denver's zoning ordinances and fees for chickens. If these don't sound too daunting, there are a few other things to consider and the Library has lots of books that can help you out. Be sure to do your homework before you buy your chickens!
I was so excited when I heard the news that TOOL was going to play at Red Rocks, the best outdoor concert venue in the world. To get pumped up for the show, I plan to set my iPod to shuffle and play all of the TOOL albums.