Explore our scores!

Did you know that Central Library has an amazing collection of music scores?  We have a collection that ranges from classical music to modern music (yes, including that Beyoncé book in the photo here) and encompasses vocal and instrumental music.  Here are just a few examples of what you’ll find: Organ music (perfect for church…
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Misery Loves Company– Especially if It’s Charles Bukowski

Suggesting a fireside reading of Bukowski in December may seem antithetical to many people's idea of embracing 'The Christmas Spirit,' but I encourage you to temporarily withhold your dismay and indulge your inner Scrooge.  Bukowski is probably most well known for his musings about the underbelly of America, failed relationships, and his own drug and…
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Explore the Experimental

Central Library will be hosting Experimental Cinema @ Central Library, an all day interactive event, this Saturday, September 30th. 'What is so special about experimental cinema?' you may be asking yourself. Allow me to try and tackle a few reasons why experimental cinema is worth celebrating: Experimental films are to thank for many beloved films and…
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Nothing Like a Fall Hike

Fall is nearly here, and the stifling days of heat and humidity are now just background noise--celebrate the changing seasons and take a hike! St. Louis (and nearby) is home to hundreds of miles of hiking trails for you to explore. St. Louis County Parks boasts a 30 trails 30 minutes programs. Download a punch card…
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