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Thanks to all who supported the Kansas City Public Library in the first round of voting for The Pitch's "Best of Kansas City 2019!" The Library earned nominations in multiple categories, and the second round of online voting is underway. Show your love by casting a vote -- or votes -- for the Library by Friday, August 30, at thepitchkc.com/bestofkc19.
Thanks to all who supported the Kansas City Public Library in the first round of voting for The Pitch's "Best of Kansas City 2019!" The Library earned nominations in multiple categories, and the second round of online voting is underway. Show your love by casting a vote -- or votes -- for the Library by Friday, August 30, at thepitchkc.com/bestofkc19.
 
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There are infinitely worse ways to spend a Saturday night in Kansas City, and not many better ones, than to spend it with Robert Day and the Kansas City Symphony at The Writers Place.

On September 25, 2008 at the Central Library, Jennet Conant discussed her new book, titled The Irregulars: Roald Dahl and the British Spy Ring in Wartime Washington. Explore Conant’s earlier books surrounding American involvement in World War II, learn more about author and spy Roald Dahl through his own memoirs, or pick up a title about British intelligence during wartime.

It was a hard weekend in the book world. Two of its most respected and revered authors turned the last page.

A couple of Sundays ago the New York Times Book Review devoted their front page to Traffic by Tom Vanderbilt. This scholarly and intriguing work of nonfiction explores the history of traffic patterns and driver culture, particularly in America. It was a glowing review of a book that deserves to be read by anyone holding a drivers’ license.

Have a bike-a-thon at home with these movies available from your Kansas City Public Library.

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