(TUCSON, Ariz.) – Mark your calendars! Pima County Public Library’s annual MegaMania!! event is back. Join us on Saturday, July 15 from 1 to 6pm at Pima Community College Downtown for an afternoon of free, family-friendly activities, workshops, games, and presentations. Now in its seventh year, MegaMania!! is bigger and better than ever. This is […]Read More from Free Comic-Con Style Entertainment at Annual MegaMania!!
Congratulations to Lindsey for winning 2nd place in the creativity category of MegaMania’s cosplay contest! Lindsey is a regular at Southwest Library where she enjoys drawing, reading, creating anime characters and playing games on the computers. After having a blast at last year’s MegaMania, Lindsey was excited to make a costume and return to the […]Read More from Cosplay Success!
Or, a Guide for the Perplexed. In 10 days the Pokémon GO game, one of the first to take place in real space, has gone from rumors to ubiquity. It's been breathtaking to see how quickly the game has captured the attention of young and old alike. It's easy to make fun of something so […]Read More from Pokémania 101
Addicted to Pokémon Go? Looking for an excuse to get your aspiring trainers out of the house? Want to go beyond the video game and learn about card collecting, or delve into the vast anime and manga in the franchise? The library is a perfect, and (most importantly, this time of year) air-conditioned destination! Most of our […]Read More from #PokeLibrary: Gotta Catch ‘Em All?
Erebos by Ursula Poznanski is a must-read for the teens out there that have an addiction to video games! 16-year old Nick is brought into a secret cult that plays an amazing game: Erebos. Filled with adventure and adrenaline, those who play never seem to be able to stop. There's only one rule: obey the game. But […]Read More from An Addictive Game with a Dark Agenda
Would you like to make music using a computer for free here at the Pima County Public Library? If so, read on.... Once upon a time I owned a reel-to-reel tape deck, and I loved to fiddle around with making my own re-edits and mixes of songs I liked and yet thought should be arranged […]Read More from Audacity