The Legendary Iggy Pop

The new Iggy Pop album, Post Pop Depression, has been playing nonstop in my car for weeks. I've loved him since childhood, when I first heard his punk band the Stooges. His wild stage performances, the mischievous glint in his eyes, the way he practically howls when he sings--Iggy Pop is a legend. Forever young at…
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Explore the Cosmos

Nothing ignites a sense of wonder like the vastness of Space. The stars and worlds that surround us--unseen to most of us most of the time--are things of mystery, wonder, beauty and, above all, possibility. Throughout history and across disciplines, curious humans have explored the universe and found a limitless field of play. Join their…
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UKE Can Do It!

Have you always wished you could play “Over the Rainbow” like great Hawaiian musician Iz Kamakawiwoʻole? Well, this summer you can get started with free ukulele lessons at the Millbrae Library! On the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month through August at 6:30 PM, teacher Elaine will lead beginners, pre-Teen and older, step-by-step through…
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Walk and Talk With the Library

The 3rd Tuesday of the month the Pacifica-Sanchez Library staff has their Walk and Talk Book Club. We leave from the Library and walk to San Pedro Valley Park. It is about a two mile walk where we pass the time  discussing our currently chosen book. We have some great discussions about our books, or…
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Planning the Perfect Road Trip

It might be late in the game, but I'm still trying to figure out what to do with my Summer vacation. My family and I have done the stay-cation thing, the flight-to-a-destination thing, the camping-cabin thing, but we've never really conquered a road-trip thing; the type of road trip that movies are made of …
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