Must-Read Black Poets

Some have been around for decades while others are fresh on the scene.  Here’s a list of  works by incredible black poets whose prose, truth, and beauty deserve our attention:   Terrance Hayes – American Sonnets for my Past and Future Assassin (2018) Terrance Hayes is from South Carolina and went to college to study painting […]

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Video Game Review: Cars 3 Driven to Win

Driven to Win is an interactive racing game centered around the Disney Cars franchise. In the game, you start as Lightning McQueen and race against Mater, Sally, Ramone, Guido, Mack, Chick Hicks, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm, Smokey, and others. As you progress, you unlock characters and stunt moves to help push your performance to the […]

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Patrons required to wear masks beginning Friday, July 17

Because of a new statewide order requiring individuals to wear masks while in indoor public spaces, patrons entering any Mesa County Libraries location will be required to wear a mask beginning Friday, July 17, 2020. Children 10 and younger are exempt from the state order, as are individuals who cannot medically tolerate a face covering. […]

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July Staff Picks

The summer heat is in full effect, and a worthy goal for the moment might be to sit still, stay cool, and pass the time with a terrific new read! Here are some recommendations from your local library staff that are helping get us through the hottest, longest days of the season:         […]

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Video Game Review: Greedfall

Greedfall is an action, role-playing game set in a 17th Century world where magic and monsters exist. You play as De Sardet, a diplomat searching for a cure for a debilitating plague called Malichor. De Sardet and his/her cousin are sent to an island to find and develop a treatment. There are multiple outcomes for […]

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