2018 Cultural Showcase at Woodlawn Public Library

Written by Jyoti, staff member, Woodlawn Public Library | People relate to cultures through interactions and experiences, not just books. As the communities around us become more and more diverse, as part of Culture Days 2018, we at Woodlawn Public Library wanted to showcase different aspects of multiculturalism through live performances, interactive displays, and delicious food.
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Album Review: The Black Halo

By Teen Blogger, Jonathan | The Black Halo by Kamelot was released on March 15, 2005, and nearly every review I could find of the album started with something along the lines of “is it too early to call this Album of the Year?” The fact that I’m not surprised in the slightest is probably a good omen.
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Album Review: An Airplane Carried Me To Bed

By Teen Blogger, Jonathan | Adam Young, better known as lead singer, writer, producer, and - well, everything else - of the electronica act Owl City, is one of my absolute favourite musicians. He has the talent of being able to write songs that leave the listener with a complex mix of emotions, usually with happiness or peacefulness at the forefront and a bittersweet array of other feelings underneath. Some of the best examples of this can be found on the album An Airplane Carried Me to Bed, which he released under the alias Sky Sailing...
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Album Review: Cardboard Castles

By Teen Blogger, Jonathan | "There’s seven billion, forty-seven million people on the planet and I have the audacity to think I matter.” Have you ever heard a lyric that just hits you like a ton of bricks and changes your entire worldview for a second?  George Watsky seems to be an expert in crafting those kinds of lines...
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