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Arlington Speaks: Things Every American Should Know

Throughout December, you might have seen the big poster boards near the elevator at Robbins, inviting anyone to contribute their ideas of “Things Every American Should Know.” The idea for this display came from the essay “How to Be American: Why … Continue reading

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Share your vision for Arlington’s cultural district on March 30

On Wednesday, March 30 at 7 p.m., a public meeting will be held at Arlington Center for the Arts to discuss the cultural district designation for which Arlington is currently applying. What’s a cultural district? It’s a program developed by … Continue reading

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Arlington’s Queer Open Mic, tonight, April 1st

Did you know it’s going to be 68 degrees on Friday?  How exciting is that? You know what else is exciting?  The Queer Open Mic that’s happening at the library tonight.  This is a pretty unplugged event (save for mics for the … Continue reading

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Arlington’s Queer Open Mic, on April 1st @ 7PM

It’s no April Fools’!  Arlington’s Queer Open Mic is quite real, and is happening on Wednesday, April 1st, 2015 at the Robbins Library. We’ve got a couple of great featured performers – poet, Aaron Smith and queer erotica writer, Anna … Continue reading

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Little Free Libraries in Arlington

Have you heard about Little Free Libraries? As it says on their website, “It’s a ‘take a book, return a book’ gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is … Continue reading

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2012 Library Annual Report Highlights Infographic

If you haven’t seen it yet, the Town of Arlington Annual Report 2012 can be found on the Town’s website here. You can also find a physical copy at the Robbins Library. If you are just interested in looking at … Continue reading

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