Want something to read before playing Spider-Man for the PS4?

Insomniac Games’ latest release, Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4, isn’t based on a single version of Spider-Man from the comics or the movies. This PS4 version of Spider-Man is more experienced and confident in his abilities. If you plan on checking out the game, check out where the developers got…

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Never Too Early to Get Spooky

Did you know that in Japan, August is actually considered “ghost season”? That means sharing scary stories! And since we’re heading into Fall, now’s a great time to check out spooky YA books at your library! So curl up with something pumpkin spice flavored, turn all the lights on, and…

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Calling All Homework Helpers

Enjoy tutoring kids K-8? Want to see students succeed in school? Do you really love homework? Then join your local library’s Homework Help team. We need volunteers to assist in our after school program to serve the community in reaching its academic goals. To apply, visit Santa Clarita Volunteers. Questions?…

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Secret House of Anime Finale!: Shoujo Series

Shoujo: The other major genre of anime that needs to be addressed is Shoujo. Aimed traditionally at girls, Shoujo works tend to focus on relationships and romance rather than friendship and fighting, and center female characters more prominently than Shonen. Like Shonen though, Shoujo is a vast and intricate genre…

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May is Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian and Pacific American month, a chance to recognize those Americans whose ancestors come from across the Pacific, in some cases on the other side of the world. Asian Americans have had a huge impact on our country and the world: Jawed Karim and Steve Chen founded Youtube;…

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