Monday, February 12, 2024

🚧 Denmark Library Construction Goes Vertical! 🚧

Grab your hard hat and get ready for a tour of the exciting developments that are happening onsite at the Denmark Library! Things certainly have come a long way since we broke ground in July of 2023. 

Early in the morning on December 19, 2023, the first concrete of the building pad that will be the foundation of the library was poured and smoothed. Pouring concrete in the wee hours ensured that there would be ample time for the concrete to dry out and harden in the shorter winter sunlight hours.



 
The parking lot was also completed in December to make way for 

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Unreadable: Podcast Transcript - February 2024

In this month's episode, we revisit an old favorite, The Science of Love. This episode was originally published in 2019 and remains one of our favorite episodes. 

Did you know that prairie voles are monogamous? In this episode, Ross interviews Dr. Larry J. Young of Emory University about what studying prairie vole relationships can teach us about human relationships.

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Staff Picks: Again and Again by Jonathan Evison

 

Again and Again by Jonathan Evison

Eugene “Geno” Miles recalls past lives in vivid detail and claims to be 106 years old. The caregivers at his eldercare facility remain skeptical of both accounts, but Geno doesn't mind being left alone. 

With a little persuading, curmudgeonly Geno warms to his new nursing assistant, Angel, and reveals captivating tales of his life as a pickpocket in Medieval Spain, pursued by guards and rescued by a mysterious woman he longs to meet again in his next lifetime. Geno also describes his fascinating experiences as Oscar Wilde’s housecat, traveling with the Lewis and Clark expedition, and being an Incan princess and a beloved history professor.