Public libraries have been, and continue to be, the place that supports communities during the best of times and the worst of times.
I am not what you would call a “gamer," so I asked Leif and LeeAnn for their perspective on “Tears of the Kingdom,” and experiences growing up playing Zelda.
As we process all the changes in the world, the struggle to keep up with work responsibilities, home responsibilities, and more, is real and can lead to burnout. But there are ways to be more intentional with our time.
Our relationship to food can be complicated. Sometimes in our struggle to love, accept, and nourish our bodies, we end up in a crisis. The last week of February was declared National Eating Disorders Awareness Week to bring attention and love to those who struggle with body dissatisfaction and fixation on food or exercise.
If you stop by the Aldine Library today, you’ll notice new artwork on display! The mural is called Spreading Knowledge and it is part of the North Houston District’s public art program in collaboration with UpArt Studio.
We’ve got a simple craft to share with you that will bring the cosmos indoors! This Paper Star Craft is a cute, fun, and easy way to pass the time, & an inexpensive way to decorate to boot!
Multi-talented singer, songwriter, rapper, instrumentalist, and superstar(!) Lizzo was recently tagged on Twitter by the Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden.