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As the calendar flips from September to October, it is undeniable that we are firmly in the throes of autumn. The changing season brings us all the classic signs of fall: overcast skies and rainy weather, our friends and neighbors proudly wearing Seahawks' colors and back to school madness! Not to worry beleaguered parents and stressed-out students, Kitsap Regional Library has your academic needs covered.

Veggies On Parade!

What’s your favorite vegetable? Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, jicama, peas? Whatever it is, I’ll bet you’ve helped pass on a love of that vegetable to at least a few people in your life. Now, most vegetables are quite tasty in their raw state and there are lots of wonderful recipes available to tempt the reluctant veggie eater. But sometimes, it takes a while to successfully introduce a variety of vegetables into someone’s life.

Post-Truth, Alternative Facts, Fake News—What’s Next?

It seems as if these are new terms that we just began hearing about during the 2016 presidential election.  But lies and lying are hardly new.  In fact, I remember a book that was first published in 2005 titled On Bullshit by Harry Frankfurt.  It surprised me because it turned into a best seller.  Critics called it a “gem of psychological insight, social commentary, philosophical analyses and good humor.”  The popular nonfiction author Sam Harris published a book titled Lying in 2013.  In it he suggested that we can improve our lives and our society by telling the truth in sit

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 to October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. According to the official National Hispanic Heritage Month's website, the month is a time for "celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America."

The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period starting on September 15 and ending on October 15.

Siri's Semi-Regular Book Post

This summer has been super busy, don’t you think? If you missed out on all the stellar programs offered by the Library because you were too busy doing all the other really great things you had planned this summer, I understand. If, however, you tell me there was no time for reading, I just simply won’t believe you. Here are a few of the great - nay, SUPERB - books I’ve read this summer. I hope you love these characters and stories as much as I did.

Make Do Share: The Story of a Library Intern

The below blog post was written by Hunter, a Make Do Share Intern at our Manchester location, and includes his reflections and experiences as an intern. Make Do Share internships are supported by a grant through the Institute of Museum and Library Services and provide teens and young adults (ages 16-25) with the opportunity to gain real world job experience while developing 21st century skills. They also help to make the Library's youth STEM programs more awesome!

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