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Introduction Join fellow book lovers and library staff in December to discuss our next pick, The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt. In 1851, frontier baron ‘The Commodore’ orders Charlie and … Continued
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Written by Lester Lee and Zeke Manners in 1942, The Pennsylvania Polka is 80 years old! This original piece of sheet music is available to check out from the library. … Continued
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In the summer of 2021, the Gismondi Foundation initiated a partnership with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh to facilitate special funding to qualifying libraries in Allegheny County through the Gismondi VITAL … Continued