- California Art“Discover California Art” this Saturday, April 1st, at 3:00 pm at the Linda Vista Branch Library. Panelists from the Pasadena Museum of California Art will discuss the museum’s current exhibits […]
- Spies and MolesOur One City, One Story month is winding down, but there are still some great films and book discussions coming up to help you delve deeper into Viet Thanh Nguyen’s […]
- Vietnamese StoriesThis Saturday, March 18 from 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Central Library is our One City, One Story Cultural Afternoon where we will celebrate and learn about Vietnamese culture through […]
- Getting GraphicThis Saturday, March 11, marks the centennial of Will Eisner, the man who popularized the term and concept of “graphic novel.” Join us at 2:00 pm at Central Library’s […]
- The Sympathizer, 2017 One City, One Story PickTomorrow is March 1st and that means it is the official start of our month-long One City, One Story program, a great way for our whole community to come together […]
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Learn more about Pasadena Public Library’s annual shared reading celebration. Our guide has plenty of good reads to suggest, among the annual selections and short-list nominees.
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