Some great audition clips of well-known actors, many before they were famous or had landed their ‘breakout’ role. Ignore the video’s title as a handful of the actors were quite well-known before the particular audition shown.
Some of the clips included are also of actors that many might not consider ‘famous’. As for rarity in the digital age, this article is worth a read. Regardless, it’s a part of the process many of us don’t see and we sometimes forget that everybody has to start somewhere! (Via.)
My favorite thing to read every other Friday with a City Feed ice coffee.
and this one! FIELD HOCKEY FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I attended a BPL/DPLA/Digital Commonwealth training session yesterday in Lakeville. We are working with BPL to have items digitized, including our yearbooks and historical photographs!
I learned that BPL has a large collection of Leslie Jones photographs, and found this Weymouth gem.
We all love a good story, right? No matter if it’s real or not. Well, sometimes I really love a real good story. Like, in real life.
So here is what I’m nominating for LibraryReads. Let’s get a nonfiction title up there for September, mmmk?
Hot off the press, the Library Reads August 2014 list!
We’ve got the first in a new series from library fav Chelsea Cain. Lev Grossman wraps up the adventures of Magician’s trilogy. A BEA Buzz book: The Miniaturist!
New books from staff and patron favorites Amy Bloom, Liane Moriarty, John Scalzi, and Thirty Umrigar. Everyone’s favorite mother and son writing team bring us latest historical mystery in An Unwilling Accomplice.
And a little something, something for the romance readers from Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Katie MacAlister.