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.
Library staff member, Matthew, shares his love for 1930s film comedies through the Library's January-February 2019 Astounding Film Comedies of the 1930s series—and, this blog detailing the razzle-dazzle and little known facts of this cinematic era.
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.
By Teen Blogger, Stephanie | As a huge fan of the Harry Potter franchise, it would only make sense that I would immediately fangirl over something that is Harry Potter-related. For instance, when J.K. Rowling announced that David Yates, the director of the fifth to the eighth instalment of the Harry Potter series, would be returning to film the Harry Potter spin-off film named “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” I freaked out...in a good way! Especially when the first trailer was released, I instantly felt myself being pulled back into this magical universe that I have grown to know so well over my childhood.
By Teen Blogger, Jenna | The Breakfast Club. If you haven’t seen it, you have probably heard of it. It’s just one of those classic 80s movies, like Ferris Bueller's Day Off or Footloose. You may wonder how a movie about five students spending a Saturday in detention could in any way be exciting or inspiring enough to capture audiences and become a classic the way it has. But that’s the thing about good movies; they manage to take simplistic situations and transform them into interesting and thematic films that become the favourite of many...
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