Tour of Thanksgiving Leftovers

The last pass of Thanksgiving football and the balloons of Macy’s parade are but a foggy memory mashed between a food coma and holiday beverage haze. While wandering in and out from a tryptophan nap someone, somehow had the ambition to package the leftovers and get them into the fridge. Hopefully the dishes are done … Continue reading Tour of Thanksgiving Leftovers

Picture books!

Occasionally, I have to meet new people. Even more occasionally (thank goodness), I will meet a new person who, upon learning that I work at a library, will say some version of, “I like books – if they have pictures in them!” They will then look at me expectantly with an expression of inane smugness, … Continue reading Picture books!

Nutrition and Diabetes

By Krystle T. Holt, RD, LDN Krystle Holt is our guest contributor to this Shelf Life in the Mountains.  Krystle is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist. She currently works as an outpatient dietitian providing Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) to patients. Krystle also works in Harris Regional Hospitals Cardio Pulmonary Rehab services where she … Continue reading Nutrition and Diabetes

Culture Club

By Amy Despite how badly I want to make all the jokes, you won't find any Boy George here! And I'm not just saying that to make you cry! The Culture Club is a new program at Macon County Public Library. Parents of the some of the littlest library patrons mentioned that it would be … Continue reading Culture Club

You’re Invited…

Saturday November 2nd from 1pm-5pm Jack the Dipper will be donating 10% of ice cream sales to the FRL Reading Rover Bookmobile! Bring your neighbors, friends, and family to enjoy an ice cream treat and an afternoon of fun in support of the Reading Rover!  Free face painting and children’s activities will be part of … Continue reading You’re Invited…

Things Broke Loose and Then the Police Came

By Luke I'm posting this on May 29th, which, I don't think I need to remind you, is the 100th anniversary of the riots at the premiere of Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring" in Paris. That's right, the French rioted over a ballet. According to eyewitness accounts, two outraged parties began arguing even as the Introduction … Continue reading Things Broke Loose and Then the Police Came