In a town known for deep dish pizza and hot dogs, Chicago can seem barren of good barbecue.
American Libraries Magazine
The ALA Council met for its first session Sunday morning.
At the ERT/Booklist Author Forum, Cece Bell talks about how the format of comics and graphic novels help her convey the experience of hearing loss—for both children and adults.
In this video from the ERT/Booklist Author Forum, Cece Bell, Jeff Smith, Françoise Mouly, and Gene Luen Yang talk about the first cartoons and comics they read, as well as the two comic books every library should own.
In this video from the Exhibitors Round Table/Booklist Author Forum, Gene Luen Yang, Françoise Mouly, and Jeff Smith talk about the need for telling uncomfortable stories, as well as how cartoonists react to threats of violence.
Polly Thistlethwaite, chief librarian of the Mina Rees Library at CUNY’s Graduate Center, and Gary Johnson, president of the Chicago History Museum (CHM) shared their digital migration stories at a breakfast sponsored by ProQuest this morning.
What better way to spend a Saturday than at #alamw15?
Remember that terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day when everything went wrong? Not the book, the real day.
Actor and screenwriter Jason Segel is known for his comedic work on the small and big screen as the star of the long-running television show How I Met Your Mother and cult fave Freaks and Geeks, and hit films Forgetting Sarah Marshall and The Muppets.
About a dozen energetic attendees arrived at 7 this morning for ALA's Think Fit Zumba class, sponsored by Innovative.
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