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Auraria Library wins $5,000 in for "books and boards" marketing idea
2 years ago by Britt Chester
At the recent R-Squared: Risk and Reward conference held in Telluride, Cengage Learning offered a $5,000 reward for the library/librarian that came up with the most innovative way to engage the library's customers. Basically, how to...
From the Archives: The oddity of the Boyer Small Books Collection
Carol "Connie" Boyer was a genealogical researcher and head of cataloguing at the Denver Public Library until her retirement in 1988. She continued to gather information on her family's ancestry and, in 2006, donated her work to the...
From the Archives: 1949 KLZ Denver radio segment shows politics as usual
During this heated election season, the American public is awash in "free enterprise" rhetoric, reassurances about the benevolence of the wealthy and parables about bootstraps. But these aren't new themes for those on the right side...
From the Archives: Experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage rants about bad art
The late Stan Brakhage, a Denver-born experimental filmmaker, was a pioneer in avant-garde cinema and a notable successor to Maya Deren and the film artists of the 1940s. A professor at the University of Colorado, he's remembered wi...