Mark Twain was one of the sharpest wits of the 19th century, skewering politicians, populists, celebrities, and tycoons. This month, the great American novelist returns to poke fun at the 21st century.
Twenty years after the release of the original Captain Underpants book, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, makes its way into theaters on Friday, June 2.
On May 25, 1977, Star Wars opened at the Mann’s Chinese Theatre. Its initial run was a mere two weeks before it was replaced by another film whose title was lost to time.
This weekend marks a return to the big-screen for our favorite team of intergalactic misfits, but did you know that two of the Guardians appear in their very own book series?
The release of a new project by this award-winning Australian artist/author/filmmaker is always a reason to rejoice.
This year, Pinelands Library celebrated 45 years of service on Valentine’s Day, but its history actually stretches back further than that. In honor of the heartfelt holiday, let’s go back to the beginning.
Each month we're featuring a different staff member from one of our locations. Take a moment to learn more about our team and explore their favorite things from our collection of books, movies, and much more.
As the 2017 Australian Open comes to a close, you might be looking to learn more about the athletes that have made their way to the finals.