Monthly Archives: April 2016

Goodviews: The Devil Wears Prada

The Devil Wears Prada might come off as a fashion movie, but it’s deeper than that. A lot deeper. On one hand you’ve got Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway). Young, eager to please, looking for a new job, and her idea of … Continue reading

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This Week at Eckhart Public Library – April 25-30, 2016

Eckhart Public Library’s historic fountain is currently undergoing renovation. We plan to bring it back to Eckhart Public Library this summer, but we need your help! You can donate online through the Community Foundation of DeKalb County’s online giving portal … Continue reading

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Goodviews: Nightmare Before Christmas

Somewhat scary, claymation, lead character with black and white pattern clothing. Nightmare Before Christmas has Tim Burton written all over it. One of the best ways to describe Nightmare Before Christmas is to call it a holiday musical horror. Scary for … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Egbert Mott’s Portrait

Willennar Genealogy Center’s collection is full of Throwback Thursday potential, so let’s get our #TBT on! We come across a lot of names in our work at the Willennar Genealogy Center, names in newspaper articles, graduation programs, letters, and so … Continue reading

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NIDL Brings You: Anna Banks

Until I started driving a lot more than I used to I didn’t think I could ever get into Audiobooks. This was one of the first series to prove me wrong on that. In Of Poseidon you meet Emma and her … Continue reading

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NIDL Brings You: Pioneer Woman

Ree Drummond (better known as The Pioneer Woman) is well-known for her cooking show and books, but something she’s not as well-known for involves the dog, Charlie. That’s right, Ree Drummond not only cooks, but she writes Children’s books too! … Continue reading

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This Week at Eckhart Public Library – April 18-23

Two classes during the week of April 18 will spotlight local history and family history at the Willennar Genealogy Center: A Service of Eckhart Public Library. Genealogy Assistant Chelsea Molin will showcase two of DeKalb County’s historical figures – Egbert … Continue reading

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Goodviews: Jupiter Ascending

A young woman from an immigrant family, trying to make her place in the world. Father dead since before she was born, born while in passage to America. Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis) takes after her father with a deep love … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: The Snough Box Newspaper

Willennar Genealogy Center’s collection is full of Throwback Thursday potential, so let’s get our #TBT on! Is it too late to do an April Fool’s post? I’m kidding! This post is no joke, I promise—but it is about one. On … Continue reading

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