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Kate B.
Friday, June 11
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Richland Library Main
Mahogany S.
Wednesday, June 09
It's time, and this is goodbye.....
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Richland Library North Main
Hipolito Torrales
Tuesday, June 08
This will mess with your brain!
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Richland Library Edgewood
Taelor J.
Heather M.
Jocelyn T.
Saturday, June 05
Dinner Table Talks create the opportunity for families to have important conversations centered around books. These discussions will build our capacity for talking about race and define our roles in fighting against both every day and systemic racism. 
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Richland Library North Main
Foodie of North Main
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Richland Library Online
Tammaka Staley
Thursday, June 03
Get to know poet, brand designer, art director & sound artist, WILLIE LEE KINARD III.
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Richland Library Sandhills
Jessica D.
Wednesday, June 02
The Informational Interview...arguably the most underused yet most important part of your networking and ultimately finding a career you love. Informational Interviews are a fundamental part of building your network. Learn the steps to a successful informational interview from identifying who to interview, to preparing what to ask, to how to follow up after the interview.  
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Richland Library Sandhills
Kim J.
Wednesday, June 02
In this YA non-fiction, Elliot graced us with a beautiful collection of poetry that showcased the intersectionality of being black and a woman.
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Richland Library Main
Kate B.
Wednesday, June 02
For every mood or emotion there is a book to match - and sometimes you just need a good hug from the story you're reading. Here are some titles to help you feel cozy and cared for when you're feeling a bit blue.
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Richland Library Main
Megan M.
Tuesday, June 01
This month's titles include safecrackers, con men, and jinn!
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Tuesday, June 01
Avoid the Summer Slide with a summer full of reading and learning thanks to expert book suggestions, the Summer Learning Challenge and, of course, school reading lists. 
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Tuesday, June 01
Keep the learning going this Summer with these fun activities for children and families.
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Richland Library Main
#BroaderBookshelf 2021 - May Staff Suggestions
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Blythewood Staff Picks
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Richland Library Cooper
Elisa D.
Friday, May 28
Bring the rich flavors of our community to life in your kitchen! Try our Stuffed Honduran Pastelitos—inspired by a recipe from one of our ¡Que Rico!: Community Cookbook contributors, Karin Cantarero.
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Richland Library Main
Caitlin B.
Friday, May 28
An introduction to the overlooked and forgotten Black women who helped permanently reshape America.
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Richland Library Main
#OwnVoices Book Review - "Clap When You Land"
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Richland Library Northeast
Jessica C.
Tuesday, May 25
Ever wanted to know the secret to becoming "Techie"? Here is an insiders perspective.
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Richland Library Main
Caitlin B.
Tuesday, May 25
“Second grade students look more deeply into the outlook, attitudes, and points of view in understanding a text. They look at why an author wrote a piece and the manner in which it is written.”
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Richland Library Main
Thomas M.
Monday, May 24
Richland Library's Mary Frances talks about the appeal, gateways, and future of the romance genre.
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Richland Library Sandhills
Books to Read with a Sprained Ankle
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Richland Library Main
Diane Luccy
Wednesday, May 19
We're excited to welcome Shennice Cleckley, CEO, Smart Cookie, as Richland Library's newest Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
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Richland Library Main
Margaret D.
Wednesday, May 19
In 1947 a local man named Walter Kester opened a restaurant at 749 Saluda Avenue in Five Points. Kester's Bamboo House went on to serve Columbians Chinese food for over 25 years.
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Richland Library Main
Cassie G.
Wednesday, May 19
My Color is Black... And oh what a Beautiful Color it is!
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Richland Library Main
Helene F.
Tuesday, May 18
Do you want lively music that was brought over to the US with the help of AAPI families moving here from the 1840s and on? 
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