Niles-Maine District Library


Who Cares About The GRAMMY’S?

Situated the week before the Super Bowl and about a month before the Oscars, the GRAMMY’S imagines itself to be “Music’s Biggest Night,” but who cares about The GRAMMY’S? When was the last time you were invited to a GRAMMY’S viewing party or hosted one for that matter? Growing up, the music award shows I […]

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Design Your Own Baseball T-shirt

Have you ever wanted to design your own t-shirt? You can, using the Niles-Maine District Library’s Creative Studio’s Silhouette Cameo cutters and heat transfer vinyl (Vinyl available for purchase at the library). Want a lesson in this craft? Join us on Tuesday, May 8 at 6pm as we celebrate the Chicago rivalry between the White […]

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TORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 3: Detective novelist Sue Grafton poses with her 23rd book "W" at a coffee shop in the Toronto Reference Library, October 3, 2013.        (Chris So/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Remembering Sue Grafton

When crime fiction author Sue Grafton recently passed away after a two-year battle with cancer, many other authors were sad and expressed their feelings of the loss to the publishing world.  Grafton created her character Kinsey Millhone thirty-five years ago when she published her first mystery, A is for Alibi. Kinsey was a smart woman who […]

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