This is a highly acclaimed award winning musical adapted from the Broadway play of the same name. I think that this film has musical, dramatic, historical and cultural value for a diverse audience (all ages, religions, and ethnic groups). It is a highly educational film, made in 1971. It would be a wonderful addition to your DVD collection.
Hello. Don't like to complain, but I was close to being run over on the pedestrian walkway (yellow diagonal lines) by a female staff member. Incident occurred about 12:30P.M., Thursday, 7_26_2012. The lady had black hair with an olive complexion. She was driving a compact goldtone vehicle. This incident occurred on the north-south drive leading directly to the employee parking area. Apparently she was going on duty at this time. If she does this to me again I may video record it and call the police. Please have your staff observe traffic rules re. pedestrians in the parking lot.
Oh, there was at least one witness who politely yielded at the exact spot going in the southern direction.
Please don't bother responding as I don't have time to read them.
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I ran Evanovich as an author search anf then sorted by newest. I did not get a cite for "Notorious Nineteen" which will be released later. However, when I ran "Notorious Nineteen" by title, I get two cites for a large print book and another for a different media. Curious as to why it does not show up on an author search.
Apologies if this comment is unrelated. Had an inexplicable incident with the Reference Desk this Saturday, 7/22/2012 ~11AM. Requested assistance from one of the Reference Librarians regarding a "Script Error" message I obtained on TWO of the CPL Web computers - which caused the computers to stop or slow down to the point of being unresponsive. The librarian told me (in essence) it was not of their/your responsibility. She told me that the computer was going to continue to be unresponsive.
When the creative writing class let out (about 11:30AM) I was able to log on to Lab 06 terminal. I tried to re-create the "Script Error" message I obtained on the two Web computers using the same computer program. I was unable to create the error and the Lab 06 terminal appears to be running normally.
Sorry to report this, but why was there bit of confusion involved with the Reference librarian? I do not think I was the cause nor at fault.
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I would like to get on the list of books that you hold for someone
I am not very good on computers so dont know how to go about it
any help will be greatly appreciated
Please tell me the steps to request renewing books online.
What do I click on etc.
I am a HUGE fan of this library. In fact one of the swaying factors in my decision to move back to canton was because of how amazing I think the library is. That being said, I think that the adult section could maybe use a bit of reorganization. It seems that there are only four real genres that the books are sectioned into: Science Fiction, Mystery, Romance, and General Fiction. What about Fantasy, Steampunk, Chick-Lit, Literary Fiction, -and the ever increasing- Paranormal genres? It might be a little easier to find something that I'm interested in if there was a bit more diversity in the genre labeling. For example, I never know where to look for a book if its a mystery series that has romance in it.
I get really confused sometimes because a lot of series/authors bridge multiple gaps in genres, and one of their series might be in the mystery section and another might be in the science fiction even though they deal with similar subjects.