At the Library for December 22, 2015.


At the Library for December 22, 2015.

Last Updated 2015/12/21

In 1692 the Massachusetts Bay Colony executed 14 women, 5 men and two dogs for witchcraft. As Stacey Stiff explains in her latest book ‘The Witches, Salem 1692,’ there was


At the Library for December 15th, 2015

Last Updated 2015/12/14

Due to some ‘holiday cheer’ there are no new arrivals this week. Please note our holiday hours are as follows: December 24th, 9 to 3 pm. December 25th – 28th


At the Library for December 08, 2015

Last Updated 2015/12/07

New this week is the Blu-ray and DVD release of ‘Selma.’ For all of its flaws (Oprah’s polarizing presence, a mostly British cast, and the producers inability to secure the


At the Library for December 01, 2015

Last Updated 2015/11/30

W. Bruce Cameron tells a fascinating story about a prehistoric boy born disabled, and the wolf cub who protects him in this environmentally hostile world in ‘The Dog Master.’ In


IndieFlix: Thousands of Streaming Movies!

Last Updated 2015/11/27

It was called the ‘negative pickup,’ and way back in 1980, it was about to change everything. This change really starts with Sean Cunningham, a budding film director who wanted


At the Library for November 23rd, 2015

Last Updated 2015/11/23

‘Alone Against the North’ charts Adam Shoalts’ amazing journey into the Hudson Bay Lowlands—one of the last unmapped places on the planet. Ashley Rhodes-Courter follows up ‘Three Little Words’ (her


At the Library for November 17, 2015

Last Updated 2015/11/16

Unfortunately there are no new titles this week, due to the Remembrance Day holiday. But we do have lots going on: Preschool Story Time is this Wednesday at 11:00 am,


At the Library for November 10th, 2015

Last Updated 2015/11/09

In ‘Made in British Columbia,’ Maria Tippett profiles BC’s most influential culture makers of the 20th century. Lauren St. John’s ‘The Glory’ is about two equestrian racers—one a teen girl


At the Library for November 3rd, 2015

Last Updated 2015/11/02

The good news is George R. R. Martin has finally published a new novel. The bad news is it is NOT the long awaiting conclusion to his Fire & Ice


At the Library for October 27, 2045

Last Updated 2015/10/26

Retired Vancouver Police detective Lori Shenher chronicles her and her colleagues’ abject failure to arrest Robert Picton soon enough in ‘That Lonely Section of Hell.’ Ransom Riggs returns readers to