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Get Ready for a Community Summer Celebration of Reading

Mark Bialczak | 2 days ago
Are you ready to read, Liverpool?
Get Ready for a Community Summer Celebration of Reading

We're Getting Ready for a Big Summer Outside

Mark Bialczak | 5 days ago
With the arrival of warm weather, our programming staff will be taking great advantage of the Dinosaur Garden lawn.
We're Getting Ready for a Big Summer Outside

Celebrate Laurel Sharp's Career Well-Lived at Her Final Story Time

Mark Bialczak | 18 days ago
Laurel says she'll feel sad facing forward and watching those faces eagerly looking back at her one more time.And privileged for making a difference in so many lives for so...
Celebrate Laurel Sharp's Career Well-Lived at Her Final Story Time

Board Says Bye to Hard--Working Trustee Don MacLaughlin

Mark Bialczak | 23 days ago
Don MacLaughlin was always ready to listen, think, ask questions.
Board Says Bye to Hard--Working Trustee Don MacLaughlin

Overdrive/Libby Adds a Whole Range of Material for Job Seekers

Mark Bialczak | 30 days ago
Those looking for help in the career field recently got a boost in their search for research materials thanks to a grant secured by LPL librarian Ginny Withers.
Overdrive/Libby Adds a Whole Range of Material for Job Seekers

Find Your Hidden Gem Books, CDs, DVDs for $5 per Bag on May 13, 14

Mark Bialczak | 37 days ago
It's time for patrons to get their hands on some of the donated and culled-from-our-collections materials we've been unable to offer the past year.
Find Your Hidden Gem Books, CDs, DVDs for $5 per Bag on May 13, 14

Community Reads about LPL Express Visits without Appointments in Eagle News

Mark Bialczak | 40 days ago
The word is getting out about hew density counters and how they allow patrons to walk up to the doors of the library for an LPL Express Visit without making...
Community Reads about LPL Express Visits without Appointments in Eagle News

FCC to Start Offering Financial Help to Those Who Can't Afford Internet

Mark Bialczak | 43 days ago
If the year-plus of battling COVID-19 has left you and your household unable to afford the Internet, the FCC is stepping in with a program offering financial assistance.
FCC to Start Offering Financial Help to Those Who Can't Afford Internet

Public Hearing for Budget Proposal in CCR May 5, Vote on May 18

Mark Bialczak | 44 days ago
Two important dates regarding the 2021-2022 LPL budget are approaching in May.
Public Hearing for Budget Proposal in CCR May 5, Vote on May 18

You Can Practice for Your Online Driver's Permit Test and More with our Database

Mark Bialczak | 46 days ago
State officials announced on Monday, April 26, that people hoping to get their New York driver's permit can take the test online from now on. See the story from localsyr.com here.
You Can Practice for Your Online Driver's Permit Test and More with our Database

Pinwheels for Prevention and a Happy, Healthy Childhood

Mark Bialczak | 2 months ago
The yearly program is called Go Blue 4 Kids, and the representatives from the McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center pick photogenic spots across the county to help get their message across.
Pinwheels for Prevention and a Happy, Healthy Childhood

Appreciate the Art of Liverpool's Michael Grad through April

Mark Bialczak | 2 months ago
Michael Grad remembers asking his parents for a painting kit when he was 12.
Appreciate the Art of Liverpool's Michael Grad through April

Watch This Video and Your Fear of Zoom will Vanish

Keith Gatling | 3 months ago
With so many people using Zoom these days to stay connected with people near and far, as well as the Liverpool Public Library doing many virtual programs through this videoconferencing...
Watch This Video and Your Fear of Zoom will Vanish

Send Us Your Virtual Art, Science Fair Projects

Mark Bialczak | 3 months ago
Read by community members who follow the Eagle News Online:
Send Us Your Virtual Art, Science Fair Projects

If You've Been Reading with RBdigital, It's Time to Meet Overdrive and Libby

Mark Bialczak | 4 months ago
Have you tried Overdrive and Libby to find your favorite magazines yet?
If You've Been Reading with RBdigital, It's Time to Meet Overdrive and Libby

Pagan, DiCosimo Combine for Dynamic New CD

Mark Bialczak | 4 months ago
It's always obvious that Edgar Pagan and Bill DiCosimo are as comfortable as can be playing music together.For more than two decades, bass player Pagan and keyboardist DiCosimo have blended...
Pagan, DiCosimo Combine for Dynamic New CD

Liverpool Author Diane E. Young Finds Creative Energy in LPL Main Room

Mark Bialczak | 6 months ago
Diane E. Young surely appreciated the creative space in the LPL main room that awaited her after she dropped off dancer daughter Camille around the corner at Studio B on...
Liverpool Author Diane E. Young Finds Creative Energy in LPL Main Room

Checking in with Grupo Pagan, the Band That Would Have Played in the CCR in April

Mark Bialczak | 9 months ago
It would have been a big and happy concert for Edgar Pagan and his band mates in Grupo Pagan.
Checking in with Grupo Pagan, the Band That Would Have Played in the CCR in April

Unfollow, Unfriend or Block

Keith Gatling | 10 months ago
When dealing with a disagreeable person on Facebook, someone whose opinions you happen to disagree with, or someone who just happens be annoying or upsetting, you have three options: unfollow,...
Unfollow, Unfriend or Block

A Family House Lies in the Heart of the Matter in 'The Last Black Man in San Francisco'

Mark Bialczak | 10 months ago
The big, beautiful house always sticks in Jimmie’s mind, sometimes in reality and always in his dreams.
A Family House Lies in the Heart of the Matter in 'The Last Black Man in San Francisco'

'Banana Split' Indeed Moves Past the Friendly Liverpool Familiar

Mark Bialczak | 10 months ago
Oooooh, they're eating at Heid's!
'Banana Split' Indeed Moves Past the Friendly Liverpool Familiar

'Driveways' Lets Us Appreciate Brian Dennehy Demonstrate His Wide Range One More Time

Mark Bialczak | 10 months ago
Brian Dennehy pulls the switch off with equal reluctance, acceptance, recognition and charm in the most marvelous little independent film Driveways.
'Driveways' Lets Us Appreciate Brian Dennehy Demonstrate His Wide Range One More Time

My Word, 'Sometimes, Always, Never' Settles into Its Unique Family Mood

Mark Bialczak | 11 months ago
Life isn't easy for Alan.
My Word, 'Sometimes, Always, Never' Settles into Its Unique Family Mood

'I Am Not Your Negro' Proves to Be Timeless

Mark Bialczak | 11 months ago
Raoul Peck directed I Am Not Your Negro from the words and mind of James Baldwin in 2016.
'I Am Not Your Negro' Proves to Be Timeless

Some Books Weren't Great until Decades Later, Mr. Gatsby

Keith Gatling | 11 months ago
When we think of certain authors, select books immediately come to mind. These are the books they’re best known for...their masterpieces.
Some Books Weren't Great until Decades Later, Mr. Gatsby

You Can Unsend that Email, Honest

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Have you ever fired off an email message to someone and immediately regretted it? Or maybe you just put the wrong information in it.
You Can Unsend that Email, Honest

'Just Mercy' Shows the Deep Scars of Legal Racial Horror

Mark Bialczak | 12 months ago
The decade in which the incidents that Just Mercy are based upon is the 1980s.
'Just Mercy' Shows the Deep Scars of Legal Racial Horror

Don't Try to Learn Everything about Your New Device Right Away

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Wax on, wax off.
Don't Try to Learn Everything about Your New Device Right Away

Here's How You Can Create Custom Number Formats

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
OK, this one's gonna be incredibly geeky...but I just had to share it because some of you might find yourself running into the same problem.
Here's How You Can Create Custom Number Formats

Mister Rogers Cornered a Market from Up North

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
OK, I'm willing to bet that we all knew that Mister Rogers' first name was Fred.
Mister Rogers Cornered a Market from Up North

Visiting the 'Little Mermaid' Statue, Heads and Tales

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
The year was 1976, and about 60 of us from SU’s Hendricks Chapel Choir had arrived in Copenhagen to begin a four-week concert tour of Europe.
Visiting the 'Little Mermaid' Statue, Heads and Tales

Sometimes the Trivia Deserves a Longer Look: Sea Here

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
One of the things we really miss about doing in-person trivia nights is the ability to go a little in depth about the answers to some of the questions.
Sometimes the Trivia Deserves a Longer Look: Sea Here

Google Translate Works When You Stick with It

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
I was doing a little research on the statue of The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen, when I saw an interesting citation from the German magazine Der Speigel.
Google Translate Works When You Stick with It

Do You Need Office, Google or Both?

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
There are two big players out there in the productivity software world. One is the very well-known Microsoft Office, and the other is the slightly lesser-known G Suite.
Do You Need Office, Google or Both?

Google Groups Can Help Solve That Big Email Question

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Last year I posted about the patron who came in, looking for a simple way to send email to the same 40 people each time.
Google Groups Can Help Solve That Big Email Question

That Great Photo of You on Your Friend's FB Page Could Disappear

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Nine years ago, I worked somewhere else. Yes, I actually had a life before LPL...several of them, for that matter.
That Great Photo of You on Your Friend's FB Page Could Disappear

When You're Buying a Printer, Inexpensive May Not Be

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
When does spending more money at first save you more money in the long run?
When You're Buying a Printer, Inexpensive May Not Be

Mr. G Still Appreciates Sound Advice

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
I like to discover new music. From all different genres. We used to do that by "listening to the radio." And you didn't have to keep changing the station to...
Mr. G Still Appreciates Sound Advice

When You're Taking a Charge, Wired Is Better

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Well, I’ll have to admit that one of the upsides of being pretty much confined to my house for the past two or so months has been the ability to...
When You're Taking a Charge, Wired Is Better

It's Not Enough to Swear That It's Really You on That Driver's License

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Last year, as I was sitting at my little table, waiting for people to come see me for Drop-In Tech Time, a guy came out if the Carman Room, and...
It's Not Enough to Swear That It's Really You on That Driver's License

Want to Use That Great Handwriting of Yours for a Signature Style?

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Unlike me, my oldest daughter has beautiful handwriting. So beautiful than when she was in high school, she said that there should be a font made of it.
Want to Use That Great Handwriting of Yours for a Signature Style?

There Is a Better Way to Approach iOS Music

Keith Gatling | 12 months ago
Yes, I can hear you all now saying, “Better than Apple Music? Whaddaya mean better? What’s wrong with the Apple Music app? For that matter, what’s wrong with Spotify and...
There Is a Better Way to Approach iOS Music

If You Want Your Android Music to Stick with You, Here's the Thing

Keith gatling | 13 months ago
When you're an Android user and you're thinking about the best way to keep your tunes around ...
If You Want Your Android Music to Stick with You, Here's the Thing

So You Want to Get to Know Your Family Members Better ...

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
A year or so ago, I saw an ad for a service called StoryWorth that would send one question a week for a year to the family member of your choosing.
So You Want to Get to Know Your Family Members Better ...

You've Got to Get the Facts Right on Your Own Obit, Part 3

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
Keith Edward Gatling, of Syracuse, N.Y., has died, and no longer has to deal with the people who wouldn’t listen to him the first time around...when he was right.
You've Got to Get the Facts Right on Your Own Obit, Part 3

Writing an Obit Part II, Short Forms and Long Investigations

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
I’ve mentioned in previous posts that my first paying job was as a boy soprano at an Episcopal church in South Orange, New Jersey.
Writing an Obit Part II, Short Forms and Long Investigations

Writing Your Own Obituary ... or Anybody's, Part I. Take Notes

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
I promise you, really, I didn’t come up with this idea because of the current COVID crisis.
Writing Your Own Obituary ... or Anybody's, Part I. Take Notes

Things to Do Just in Case ... You Know

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
Back in March, we had a program planned on How to Write Your Own Obituary, and a fair number of people had signed up for it.
Things to Do Just in Case ... You Know

Choosing That New Smartphone Part 5: Stick to What You Know

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
And here’s the final piece...maybe what kind of phone you have depends on what everyone else in your family has.
Choosing That New Smartphone Part 5: Stick to What You Know

Choosing Your New Smartphone Part 4: Make It Music to Your Ears

Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
Still not sure what kind of phone you should get? That’s OK, we haven’t gone through all the considerations yet, but here’s one for you...what do you want to do...
Choosing Your New Smartphone Part 4: Make It Music to Your Ears

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