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Hitler's (Not So) Genius Diplomat: A Howard Burnham Performance

Awaiting the gallows in 1946, Joachim von Ribbentrop, ex-Reichsminister for Foreign Affairs, reflects on his life. A program to reflect the Hélène Berr special exhibition.

Something New: April 23, 2013

Check out this week's newest hardcover fiction and nonfiction arrivals at Richland Library. Look for new books by Isabel Allende, David Baldacci, Wahida Clark, Eric Jerome Dickey, Kristin Hannah, Sophie Kinsella, and Amanda Quick.

Calling All 20 & 30 somethings! May 6 at the Flying Saucer

Monday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m is the time, the Flying Saucer is the place. If you're in your 20's or 30's, plan on meeting us there to swap books, talk books, and mingle. Bring a new or gently used book to trade, and let's relax and have some fun!

The Hidden Art of J. Bardin

J. Bardin is best admired for his abstract art. Indeed, he was one of the first South Carolinians to introduce the New York abstract movement to South Carolina in the 1950s. While a USC professor of art, Bardin became the first South Carolinian to win the prestigious Springs Art Show in 1961.

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