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Adam Mazurek, the longtime branch manager of the Linthicum Community Library, will retire in May after a 40-year career in the Anne Arundel County Public Library System.
"I've been really lucky to have been with the library system for this long," Mazurek said. "It's enabled me to have a family and raise kids. I'm going to miss it."
The Annapolis Regional Library could reopen April 12, some 10 weeks after it closed because of serious roof leaks following January's record snowstorm.
Two crews were working on the interior of the 50-year-old building on West Street last week, replacing scores of ceiling tiles and drywall damaged when leaks appeared after county crews shoveled 29 inches of snow from the roof.
"Grace can be the answer to all of these frictions," she told a crowd of 60 people at the Crofton library last Saturday. As part of presentation on her new book, "The Art of Grace: On Moving Well through Life," Kaufman showed how grace — or the sum of things that makes life good — is sustainable despite what is happening in society.
A virtual library is now at your fingertips providing access to services from smartphones.
On Dec. 30, the Anne Arundel County Public Library, (AACPL) announced the unveiling of the 'On the Go' mobile software application
We’ve just come a step closer to finding out what the new Annapolis Public Library look like.
Charles Edward McGee, a former Tuskegee Airman, will pay a visit to the Crofton library next week to talk about his experiences.
Words that are sure to kill my children’s enthusiasm for an outing: exhibit, collection, display. Thus my two sons did not approach our trip to the Annapolis Library display on library technology with much vigor and vim.
Technology saved the evening. Once inside the 50-year-old West Street library, Jonah, 11, slunk away to work on homework. Jordan, 7, headed straight for the children’s area. There he eagerly attacked the scavenger hunt honoring the library’s 50th birthday. Then on to the Library Tech Then & Now exhibit.
The creators of "Back to the Future" predicted we'd all be wearing self-tying tennis shoes and auto-adjusting jackets in 2015.
If your fashion dreams haven't come true yet, keep your eyes on the runway: Technology is still making its transition into the fashion world.
The Anne Arundel County Public Library kicked off its STEM festival with makeFashion last week, a fashion show featuring innovative and stylish jewelry, accessories and apparel crafted by local students, designers and artists.