The most disturbing show on television?
By PimaLib_ReviewsSeptember 14, 2019
Is The Handmaid's Tale the most disturbing show on television? Can’t say for sure, but I know one thing: It is the most disturbing show I watch.
‘Notes to Self,’ an excerpt from “Sissy”
By PimaLib_HollySSeptember 12, 2019
Jacob Tobia (pronouns: they/them) is the author of "Sissy." They will be the featured speaker at the 2019 LGBTQ+ Author Series on Wednesday, October 16.
Planning for college? Apply early!
By PimaLib_TeensSeptember 12, 2019
Going to college is like planning a vacation. You want to go somewhere nice, you want to be able to pay for it, and you’d like some good memories.
Get back into school mode with Kanopy!
By PimaLib_JessicaPSeptember 11, 2019
If you thought that Kanopy was one of the sites to avoid because it’s got streaming movies, I’ve got a secret: You can also use Kanopy to help you learn things!
Why the Library’s a great place for anyone who wants to go to college
By PimaLib_TeensSeptember 5, 2019
I think the library is an excellent place to go for help getting into college, and here’s why.
Now Sowing: Lettuce (Jan~Feb, Sep~Nov)
Seed Saving Level: Easy: Perfect, self-pollinating flowers. Little out-crossing with lettuce so isolation is not a big concern.
Pick the college that’s perfect for you!
By PimaLib_TeensSeptember 1, 2019
Are you figuring out which colleges you want to apply to? Need help picking your safety and reach schools? We've got the help you need.
Now Sowing: Broccoli (Seeds inside: Jul~Aug, Plant: Sep~Nov)
Broccoli likes full sun to light shade. Plant seeds ¼-½˝ deep. Seeds can also be started indoors 4-6 weeks before planting.
Now Sowing: Leeks (Jan~Feb, Sep~Nov)
Instead of producing a bulb, leeks produce a long stem of edible bundled leaves with many culinary purposes.
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