Sacramento Public Library was representing at Sac Pride yesterday – sharing our materials lists, handing out SPL branded treats, and just generally rocking our queer. (Please note the glitter duct tape artistry of yours truly.) And today is my third alt+fitness (fourth? who knows) since coming downtown to CEN so if you want to join me for Industrial Strength, c’mon down! Our June book is Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane, a quick and creepy read.
But the question at hand – what can we do to make you want to spend your summer with Sacramento Public Library? Aside from our sweet Summer Reading Challenge (win an iPad mini!) and our intrinsic awesomeness, of course.
Don’t laugh! That Nolan Ryan cookbook is legit.
Jalapeño Country Gravy
1/4 cup finely chopped jalapeño peppers
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 cups of whole milk
Whisk peppers, flour, salt, and pepper until blended.
Add milk and continue to stir until desired texture forms.
I’m as thrilled as you are – we have a starting location for our walk this Wednesday! See you at The Weatherstone (828 21st St) so you can fortify before our (less than arduous) trek through midtown (though not quite an epic 1700 miles) to see where our readers go to be alone. Also, I’m junking up Bryce’s system of posting. But not too much. See you soon!
Finished building my bike! I’m almost sad to return this book. If you’re interested in converting/maintaining single speed/fixed gear bikes check it out. It still has that new book smell. Sometimes I just stare at the cover.
We now subscribe to Computer Music magazine. With our Zinio service you can read issues on your phone, tablet, or computer. The downloads for each issue are also included. Just click on the links within the magazine for virtual instruments, samples, video tutorials and more. Today is a good day.
Visit the Sacramento Room to find: Reed, pen, & brush alphabets for writing and lettering by Edward M. Catich –an interesting book, indeed.
The Sacramento Public Library now offers Game Informer magazine through their Zinio digital magazine service. My wife beat Sega’s Ecco the Dolphin back in the day. That makes her like a wizard or something. That game is mad hard.
Take a look at 80 different diets around the world. I should eat more veggies. Next week I change my life. How about you too!?
Rainy day. Maybe you should stay inside and read some magazines on your phone.