Join us for movie fun! Every month, LBPH staff and patrons get together to enjoy a movie with audio-description and subtitles. Moviegoers will also be able to engage with tactile materials and activities related to the selected film. All are welcome to join this fun-filled program! Light refreshments will be provided.
Join us for our newest program where we will watch and discuss a selection of childhood cartoons and eat cereal.
Let’s talk about Wes Anderson. A few years ago I was introduced to the Wes Anderson films through the brilliant movie Moonrise Kingdom. I loved the style, the symmetry, and the actors cast for the variety of characters in the movie. Since then I have run through all of his films more than once, re-watching […]
Warning: this post includes a few spoilers and a lot of definite opinions about M. Night Shyamalan’s movies.
We’ve got some plans for the new year – read along with us!
If you’re looking to hunker down and stay warm, maybe do it by revisiting some music from almost 30 years ago, and some super hero movies.
Want to get into the yuletide spirit but not a fan of the classic warm and fuzzy “feel-good” stories? Here are some books, movies, and a graphic novel that can be your reason for the season. Edward Scissorhands: A suburban housewife finds a strange boy with scissors for hands, and takes him home to meet the […]
Rain, rain, go away… and if that doesn’t work, take a look at these 5 suggestions to keep your head above water (see what I did there?) during times of endless rainfall in Pittsburgh.
Last month, the Tupac biopic, All Eyez On Me, finally hit theaters. It was released on what would’ve been the rapper’s 46th birthday, June 16th. There has been a lot of hype and curiosity surrounding this movie. Naturally, because Tupac was such a three dimensional person and often regarded as the greatest rapper of all time, so the movie should reflect that.
If you haven’t read Cline’s best-selling novel, it takes place in the year 2044 when most of the world is in pretty bad shape (except for Columbus, Ohio—one of the signs that this is a fictional story). Literally everyone is plugged into a virtual reality utopia known as the OASIS. When OASIS creator James Donovan Halliday dies, it’s revealed that he left behind a series of puzzles leading to to a hidden Easter Egg. Whoever finds the Egg will win Halliday’s real-life fortune and control of the OASIS, like if Charlie and the Chocolate Factory took place inside The Matrix.