Search Results for: Pharmacy Online Store ⭐ WWW.PILLS2SALE.COM ⭐ Cvs Florence Pharmacy Hours - Florence Pharmacy Northgate Mall Regina

It’s Time To Talk! Forums on Race

Improving Cultural Competency Through Community Reading Book Club Discussion Sets from Ohio Center for the Book The inevitability of these It’s Time to Talk (ITT) book sets developed out of the YWCA of Greater Cleveland’s It’s Time to Talk: Forums on Race, the annual forum that brings together individuals, community groups, and organizations for open and frank conversations about race,…

Business & Consumer Information

Business Insights: Essentials (CPL Cardholders) Business Insights: Essentials provides access to a wide variety of global business information including competitive intelligence, career and investment opportunities, business rankings, company histories and much more. Business Leader Profiles for Students (CPL Cardholders) Gale Virtual Reference Library – Covers 350 prominent individuals who have made significant contributions to business and industry. Profiles range from…

Learning Commons Meeting and Event Space

In 2016, the second floor of the Main Library’s Louis Stokes Wing was renovated and transformed into the Learning Commons, a state-of-the art flexible meeting and event space with a large, central area, five meeting rooms, attractive furnishings and advanced technological capabilities.  This inviting, collaborative space is the perfect venue for a wide variety of meetings and events ranging from…

One-on-one with Comics Creator Sina Grace Before Flaming River Con

Whitney Porter, the Ohio Center for the Book’s new Scholar-in-Residence, is kicking off her role by interviewing comics creator Sina Grace. Grace, the creator of Iceman, Nothing Lasts Forever, and Self-Obsessed, will appear this Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Flaming River Con. Porter is a Ph.D. candidate in English and a teaching fellow at Kent State University. In her Scholar-in-Residence application, she expressed an interest in working with the Get Graphic! comic discussion…

Empowering the Community at Jefferson Branch

If we could travel back in time to visit the Tremont neighborhood of 100 years ago, we’d find bustling streets filled with steel mill workers, other laborers, and a growing immigrant population. Within this vibrant community stood Cleveland Public Library’s Jefferson Branch, which opened in 1918 in a Carnegie conversion building—a space designed with the possibility of one day being…

Reclaiming History at West Park Branch

Nearly a century ago, the famed Cleveland architecture firm Walker and Weeks constructed a building in a modified English Tudor style to serve as Cleveland Public Library’s West Park Branch. The building featured an elegant façade with red brick, stone trim, and a slate roof, while the interior offered high ceilings and tall, graceful windows. In the decades since its…