April 20 - All libraries closed for Easter
New Arrivals - DVDs
Vol. 1. Egypt to Qumran: Covenants, kings, and the promised land takes you through an overview of the Israelite conquest, to David and Goliath in the valley of Elah, and into the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were buried -- Vol. 2. Jericho to Megiddo, conquest, Canaanites, and the Holy City has you travel with Dave Stotts to such places as Jericho, Jerusalem, Samaria, and Megiddo, a location often mentioned in Bible prophecy -- Vol. 3. Bethlehem to Caesarea, miracles, Messiah, and the Roman Empire: "From the confession of Peter, to the transfiguration of Jesus, to the important events in Jerusalem during the life of Christ, you will experience a visually exciting journey to the land of the Bible, revealing the history and culture behind the stories of Scripture"-- Publisher's description -- Vol. 4. Jerusalem to Cavalry, Temple, Cross, and the Empty Tomb speeds through the ancient world of the Bible, from the events of Holy Week, to the temple's construction, to the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ.
Meet five women bonded together by their jobs, their dreams and the dirt they sweep under the rug: Aspiring singer Carmen; Rosie, who longs to be reunited with the child she left back in Mexico; Marisol, whose outward identity masks a desperate hidden agenda; and Zoila and her daughter Valentina, both employed by unhinged Genevieve Delatour. Before it's over, illicit affairs will be revealed, depraved secrets exposed, and the sordid details behind a shocking murder are discovered.
"A father-and-son story written into the pages of football folklore, it can be argued that no family has had more influence on a sport than the Mannings."--From container.
A ten-part documentary series which outlines provocative arguments against official American historical records to reveal the origins of conservatism and the obstacles to progressive change.
Veteran police detective Colin McLaren spent four years on the forensic cold-case investigation of JFK's assassination. What he had, and other investigators did not, was modern technology and access to all the evidence, facts and eyewitness testimony. He claims to have solved a crime that is every bit as shocking and incredible today as it was when it happened 50 years ago. A far cry from the fanciful conspiracy theories, McLaren believes he has found the "smoking gun" that killed JFK. Presentation features re-enactmetns, archival footage, and interviews.