An painting by the Golden Gate Marin Artists
Apr 3, 2016
Golden Gate Marin Artists, a branch of the National  League of American Pen Women, presents the group exhibit titled “The Creative Spirit” at the Fairfax Regional Library during the...
Mar 28, 2016
This installment: Baltimore setting, an elusive author and her legacy (f); the rich falling on hard times—yes! (f); a Midwestern loser finally shapes up (f); wild country in British Columbia...
Mar 21, 2016
This installment:; from Nigeria to America with complicated consequences (f) ; a touching novel for kids with transgender theme (f); the lost (here found) art of letter-writing (nf); dystopia, close...
Mar 14, 2016
This installment: past bullying with present grisly consequences—a Swedish mystery (f); a WWII evacuee in England—Dickensian (f); lively stories about animals, metamorphoses, and artists...
Student artwork from Corte Madera
Mar 11, 2016
Student artwork  will be on display in the Corte Madera Library from Saturday, March 12 through Thursday, April 21.  Come to the Friends of the Corte Madera Library Community Room to view...
 Student Art
Mar 11, 2016
The Yes Foundation will presents a stunning exhibit of mixed media art by students from Brookside, Hidden Valley, Manor, Wade Thomas and White Hill Schools. The theme for this exhibit: Imagine! This...
Mar 10, 2016
Come join us in the Civic Center Library’s fourth Peeps Diorama contest.  Create a diorama depicting your favorite book or story using marshmallow Peeps.  You can pick up an entry...
Mar 7, 2016
This installment: last in the Neopolitan trilogy (f); a spicy mystery set in the deep south (f); British Columbia setting, First Nations folk and alcoholism (f); Rushdie's latest (f); it ...
Oscar statue
Feb 29, 2016
Best PictureThe Big ShortBridge of SpiesBrooklynMad Max: Fury RoadThe MartianThe RevenantRoomSpotlight -- WINNER Actor in a Leading RoleBryan Cranston, TrumboMatt Damon, The MartianLeonardo...
Feb 29, 2016
[Note: I'll be telling folktales tomorrow 3/1 at the Wu Wei Tea Temple in Fairfax at 7 p.m. That's 1820 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., a few blocks from the library.) Please come!]This installment...