Wednesday, Dec. 5 | 6:30 p.m. | Central Library
In a discussion of the new book All Because of a Mormon Cow: Historical Accounts of the Grattan Massacre, 1855-1856, historian Eli Paul recounts the unfortunate encounter that killed a rash young Army officer and 28 of his soldiers at a Lakota encampment near Fort Laramie, Wyoming, in 1854. It ignited the First Sioux War and a generation of fighting on the Great Plains.
Wednesday, Nov. 14 | WATCH VIDEO
The stars of Netflix’ infectious reality series Queer Eye visited the Library to discuss their newly released book Queer Eye: Love Yourself, Love Your Life. Whether you weren't able to make it, missed the livestream, or just want to relive the night all over again, you can watch the video here.
Whether you’re a culinary master or a kitchen klutz, the Library is here to help you plan your Thanksgiving Day feast with an array of cookbook suggestions.
On display at Central Library through Jan. 6, 2019
This exhibit of photos, contact sheets, and original magazine covers illuminates how Rolling Stone and Baron Wolman, its chief photographer from 1967-70, guided the creation of the era’s “rock star” persona.