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  • Symphony, violinist ready to play notes
    Posted on: Wednesday, July 25, 2018

    Not too long ago, if you wanted to experience music from your library, your options were limited to checking out CDs or DVDs of your favorite artists and performances. One drawback to this is the fact that the title you’re looking for may already be checked out. But have no fear! You library card is now a key to many great online resources to give you your music fix - all available without having to wait.

     

  • Celebrate shark week with these resources
    Posted on: Tuesday, July 24, 2018

    Growing up in a landlocked state, I never really worried about sharks…now, alligators are another story but that’s for another time, anyhoo for those of us who wonder what would really happen if a tornado was filled with deadly sharks (this is tornado alley after all!) and who find the deadly toothy grin of a great white fascinating…“SHARK WEEK” is upon us and we have to prepare! I’ve included books, ebooks, audiobooks, dvds and streaming videos!

  • Opera on stage
    Posted on: Friday, March 23, 2018

    You may already be aware that with your library card and an internet connection you can use Kanopy to checkout 6 titles each month and that can be streamed on your web browser, iOS, Android, Chromecast, Apple TV, or Roku device. You may also be aware that Kanopy contains thousands of feature films, documentaries, and educational videos.

  • Documentary film maker filming iceburgs
    Posted on: Friday, March 09, 2018

    Documentaries are little glimpses into other people’s lives. They can give you new perspectives, shift your focus, open your eyes and make you see things in a whole new way, and remind you that your world is not the only world. Documentaries can not only help keep you grounded but can also inspire you to new ideas and ambitions.

  • Seoul Korea  Han River Night view
    Posted on: Thursday, March 08, 2018

    The closing ceremony in Pyeongchang ended another chapter in Olympic history. In a flashy display of fireworks and ingenuity, organizers created a program that infused components of ancient Korean culture with elements highlighting strong economic and technological advancements. Among its many exports that were on display, K-pop was front and center with performances from EXO and former 2NE1 member, CL.  

  • kanopy image - tall wheat grass
    Posted on: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

    The struggle is real when it comes to finding decent viewing options for Independent films. But hey, it's 2018 and we're moving on up in the world. The Tower Theatre in Uptown OKC is showing Indie films before any of the major theatre chains, and here at the library, we're offering our customers a great streaming media service called Kanopy.

  • kanopy image - romantic comedies couple riding on a bike
    Posted on: Monday, February 12, 2018

       Love is in the air!

  • kanopy image - haunted woods
    Posted on: Wednesday, February 07, 2018

    Hey, I’ve got a proposition I would like you to consider. Instead of doing the whole Valentine’s Day business this year, what if you completely ignored the customary hubbub of the holiday and stayed in to get completely unnerved with some good old-fashioned horror cinema? Surely, I’m not the first person to propose such a venture? To sweeten the pot, I have even gone to the trouble of curating a handful of titles to help you pull off this feat.

  • hoopla image - couple sitting on sofa watching tv
    Posted on: Friday, January 26, 2018

    In my new obsession with streaming television shows I’ve discovered that Hoopla helps to fulfill that obsessive need! And I’m not talking about that fleeting kind of obsession that normally happens to me when I’m shopping at Target and I come across an item that I saw on late night TV and had to have, I mean who doesn’t want a “Flippin’ Fantastic” that makes 7 perfectly shaped pancakes at once?!?

  • hoopla image - family watching tv young girl with a remote
    Posted on: Wednesday, January 10, 2018

    This is the time of year when I go into movie-watching high gear. At any other time of year, I can watch whatever strikes my fancy, be it studio blockbuster or weird indie film. But between December and March, I’ve got to get as many of the major award nominees watched as possible before the telecasts of the awards ceremonies, so I can feel cultured while I critique everyone’s outfits and speeches. It’s tradition.

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