A Southern AZ Treasure: The Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

Do you enjoy hiking, biking, camping or just admiring the wonders of nature? The Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge is one of the best options for any adventurer. It covers 117,500-acres, and is located near the towns of Arivaca and Sasabe Arizona. The Buenos Aires National Wildlife (BANWR) was established in 1985 and it’s the…
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Susan Cummins Miller is Newest Writer-in-Residence

Pima County Public Library’s popular Writer-in-Residence Program returns on February 5 when Susan Cummins Miller, author of the fast-paced and edgy Frankie MacFarlane mystery series, begins her residency at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library. The Writer-in-Residence program offers encouragement, direction and feedback to local authors, and provides opportunities for them to enhance their skills no matter where…
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I’ve found my perfect job

The Arizona Daily Star Monthly Library Series offers an insider's view of Pima County Public Library and the ways in which we're transforming lives in our community. This month, we hear from Amy Rusk, Library Services Manager. Recently my sister and I opened a trunk of my mother’s things we packed away in 1984 after she died. There…
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International Holocaust Remembrance Day

January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, designated thus by the United Nations General Assembly. As the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, one of the most recognizable concentration camps in Holocaust history, the day was chosen most clearly to recognize and honor those who were lost and those who survived throughout the entirety of…
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They’re calling it “Facebook Armageddon”

For business pages, that is. This includes huge corporations and tiny mom-and-pop businesses, nonprofits of all kinds, and the government sector, which of course, means libraries. Facebook announced on January 11 that posts from friends and family will have a much higher priority than posts from business and organization pages.  OK, so 'armageddon' is an exaggeration…
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