1941 and Collateral are two very different movies. The first is an ensemble comedy about the chaos that ensued after the United States began its involvement in World War II. The second is a thriller which progresses over the course of one night, in which a taxi driver picks up one very interesting customer. While both are completely different films, they both invite chaos to play an active part in the story.
The New Jersey Theatre Alliance and Burlington County Library will present Centenary Stage Company’s production of If You Give a Pig a Pancake on Saturday, March 16th at 2:00pm. This event is part of The Stages Festival, an annual statewide program that provides discounted and free theatre performances, workshops and events throughout the month of March. This performance will be Free.
As I start this post I am faced with the challenge of describing an indescribable sitcom. You see, it’s not like I can just say, “Arrested Development is a show about nothing.” I can’t even say that the show is about the difficulties of living with a dysfunctional family. The Bluth’s are much worse than dysfunctional, they are out to drive each other to the asylum.
From time to time, librarians get to revel in the glory that is their library system. They get to celebrate and jump for joy because people are talking about cool programming, a great book club selection, or even the pleasing aesthetics of a brand new addition.
After the Labor Day weekend, our branch libraries will resume their regular hours.
Maple Shade library hosted an event on August 16th that was based on the Food Network program Iron Chef. Patrons who attended the competition were invited to create one dish per round based on two secret ingredients.