Happy Labor Day

Or Happy Phenomenal Labor Day!

I recently listened to several audiobooks in the car during my travels to work. Their theme was New York History. With the upcoming Labor Day, I have to say that New York has a very long history of “Labor.” In every book I listened to, I couldn’t get over the creative forward-thinking. All carried out with labor. Continue reading

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How to live with the “beef allergy”

 

lonestartickI have lived in eastern Long Island for 31 years. I have always had cats and our yard always has had a Disney level of wildlife pass through. We are located right by the Rocky Point Natural Resources Management Area formerly known as the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), which has 6000 acres to walk and bike ride. This area was an extension of my yard. Some years, there would be bad tick years. Now, it is just bad all the time. We don’t go biking or hiking anymore. I do my best not to leave my deck and do not walk around my yard to reduce my tick exposure. Continue reading

From Kew Gardens Hills to Bay Shore

We did have these at my last library!
We didn’t have these at my last library!

Touro libraries are not all the same. Are we one big family? Yes! Work very well together across the miles? Yes! Provide services to students and staff? Yes, again! However, there are still some pretty big differences between the locations. This is something I have a new perspective on after moving from librarian at the Lander College for Men to become Chief Librarian at the Bay Shore Campus in Fall 2015. Continue reading