The Blog of Toledo Lucas County Public Library
Posted about 1 year ago by James DPosted in Arts, Crafts and Hobbies, Fiction and History and Politics | Tagged with artistic photography, biographical films, black and white film, documentary, film camera, graffiti, Kodak, New York, photographers, photographers - biography, photography, pictorial works, portraits, street photography, street portrait and subway
A small collection of people that shaped how cameras are used in everyday situations on the streets of some of the largest cites.Continue Reading: Just Point the Camera and Shoot!
Posted over 2 years ago by Amy HPosted in eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics, New Books and Movies and Nonfiction | Tagged with animals, astronomy, cosmology, documentary, earth, environmentalism, genetics, humans-history, inventors, mathematics, medicine, microbiology, naturalists, nature conservation, nonfiction, physics, science-history, scientists, solar system, space, universe and wildlife conservation
There are so many amazing stories about the natural world around us. Prepare for fascination!Continue Reading: Fascinating Stories: Science and Nature
Posted over 3 years ago by Katie MPosted in eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics and Movies and Music | Tagged with criminal justice system, criminals, documentary, murders, podcasts, serial killers, true crime and TV Mini-Series
Looking for something creepy to curl up with? Just be warned, even on a bright summer day you might find yourself locking your doors and drawing the shades.Continue Reading: In The Mood For True Crime?