This month's It Came From the Second Floor teen podcast hits all the bases, starting out with a look into Deadheads, moving into movie directors, and finishing off with a tasty bite of fast food comparisons.
It Came From the Second Floor Teen Podcast | Music and movies reign supreme in this month's podcast episode, with Buddy Holly and the 2019 Oscars in the spotlight.
On Saturday, February 9, Paul O'Regan Hall was transformed into the closet of every princess' dreams. The space was filled with dresses, shoes, and jewellery—all available for free. See some magical moments from this colourful event.
It Came From the Second Floor Teen Podcast | On this month's episode, we have little bit of everything—from Freddie Mercury to food security, and a discussion about the Transmountain Pipeline Extension.
We danced, we sang, we had a ball. On December 13, the witches and wizards of Halifax came out to celebrate the 4th Annual Yule Ball in Paul O'Regan Hall at Halifax Central Library. Click through to read all about it and view a gallery of photos from the magical evening.
It Came from the Second Floor Teen Podcast | On this month's episode, we hear a live musical performance from the Media Studio, discuss Overwatch and Team Fortress 2, and look closely at all things Bob Marley.
A review by Teen Blogger, Malk | Most people would do anything to get into the Magisterium and pass the Iron Trial. Not Callum Hunt. Callum Hunt does not want to be a magician. He has been told his whole life that he should never trust a magician. And so, he tries his best to do his worst—and fails at failing.
Written by Isabel, Technology Intern, Bedford Library (Summer 2018) | Whether you’re applying for your first job (or your fifth), taking the time and effort to write a complete, professional resume will show you’re serious about the position. Follow my guidelines and tips, and you can hopefully land yourself the job you want.
By Guest Blogger, Sally Marchand, WISEatlantic | Do you remember when you were younger and everything around you seemed so fascinating? Asking your parents and teachers, “why is the sky blue?” or “how do airplanes stay up?”? It seems that for most of us, the older we get, the less curious we are about the world around us.
A review by Teen Blogger, Hannah | The Alchemist is the story of a boy called Santiago who gives up his simple life as a shepherd to pursue his true desire and treasure. Paulo Coelho is a very highly respected author and The Alchemist is considered a masterpiece, highly praised around the world. Which is why I struggled to understand why I took quite a disliking to this book.