Henry and Fay ride again

Fay Grim is Hal Hartley’s Henry Fool ten years later. Here we have Fay Grim, played perfectly by Parker Posey, who is caught up in conspiracy and espionage as she is tracking down the "lost" notebooks of her ex-husband, Henry Fool. CIA agents (led charmingly by Jeff Goldblum) rope Fay into heading off to Paris to retrieve the notebooks that may contain information that compromises national security. It’s an adventurous joyride with mystery, intrigue and wit. Who knew espionage could be so fun.

Robots on the rise

I don't want to panic anyone but I don't like the way my toaster is looking at me.

If we're on the brink of a robot uprising where our hi-tech gadgets get back at us then
How To Survive a Robot Uprising: Tips on Defending Yourself Against the Coming Rebellion. is the survival guide to have.

Remember Dick Cavett?

March 4, 1968 marked the TV premiere of The Dick Cavett Show, then a daytime talk show on ABC which morphed into late night entertainment. Cavett was known for his quick wit and adeptness as an interviwer. The Library has a collection of his shows, "Comic Legends" and "Rock Icons" which include interviews and performances by such greats as Groucho Marx and the Rolling Stones.

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