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Snobbery by Cindy Hulsey

My sister has accused me of being a literary snob.  I suppose that may be true, but as a librarian, I know that every reader has her book, and every book its reader (to paraphrase S.R. Ranganathan).  I have always assumed that I don’t like romance novels, just as I’ve assumed I don’t like science fiction, horror, action/adventure, and many other genres.  But that’s like saying you don’t like Brussels sprouts without having ever tried them. (I love them, in case you’re wondering.)

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Small Business Forum discusses leadership

Small Business Forum

Join the Tulsa Regional Chamber for March's Small Business Forum, "Transformational Leadership," with Richard Myers of Delta Leadership Inc. Myers will focus on developing leadership organization-wide and how leadership can catalyze company growth and success.

Tuesday, March 25
7:30-9 a.m. (networking from 7:30-8 a.m.)
Tulsa Tech, Lemley Campus - Career Services Center Auditorium
3420 S. Memorial Drive

Take Charge of Your Nonprofit's Reputation

Take Charge of Your Nonprofit's Reputation
March 25, 2014 at 1pm EST
Free webinar

700s Leads To The Oscars, Or K. K. Barrett Went To The Library

extremely loud and incredibly close

In a February 28th, 2014 Tulsa World article, painter, West Coast punk rock band drummer, award-winning music video and commercial designer, Academy Award-nominated film production designer, opera creator, and former Memorial High School student K. K. Barrett remembers Tulsa's 70s music scene, its local improv, and his time at the downtown library, "I went to Tulsa's downtown library and taught myself about fine art and decided that was my future."

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