Marty Nemko Talks Shop - If the Economy is So Recovered, How Come I Still Can’t Find Good Work?

January 31, 2017
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Marty Nemko Talks Shop

 If the Economy is So Recovered, How Come I Still Can’t Find Good Work?
San Francisco Public Library is proud to host eminent Bay Area career expert Dr. Marty Nemko. As he does on his KALW-FM (NPR-San Francisco) radio program, Nemko will do Workovers on volunteers from the audience. Uncannily, in just a few minutes, he is able to help nearly every person with their career.

Exhibit Opening: The Gardens of Alcatraz

January 23, 2017
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Exhibit Opening: The Gardens of Alcatraz
Main Library’s Skylight Gallery
  More than 60 beautiful and nuanced framed prints of the flowers of Alcatraz are on display in the San Francisco Public Library’s Skylight Gallery beginning this Saturday, January 14 -- March 19, 2017.  The detailed works are created by various artists using mediums such as watercolors and colored pencils. Alcatraz Island has a long and colorful history

San Francisco Public Library and Litquake Present No Shadow Without Light: Writers Respond to Trump

January 11, 2017
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San Francisco Public Library and Litquake Present
No Shadow Without Light: Writers Respond to Trump
On Wednesday, January 18, San Francisco Public Library and Litquake join forces to present an eclectic group of diverse authors and poets speaking to our nation’s fear, anger, and unrest in the post-election season. No

Library Fine Amnesty Welcomes Back 100 Year Overdue Book

January 10, 2017
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Library Fine Amnesty Welcomes Back 100 Year Overdue Book

WHAT:  City Librarian, Luis Herrera, welcomes back one of the longest-overdue books in San Francisco Public Library’s Fine Amnesty history.