Monthly Archives: February 2012

Library Web Wednesday – Free Online Training on MorningStar Investment Research Center

Free investment research information for Dallas Public Library customers. Morningstar provides access to information about stocks and educates individuals interested in investment and evaluating their stock portfolio. Learn to effectively use this valuable resource through the following FREE training sessions. … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Wreath For Emmett Till by Marilyn Nelson

As February draws to a close, I thought it fitting to review a beautiful book that deals with Civil Rights and America’s History.   This heroic crown of sonnets is incredibly deep in its exploration of the murder of Emmett Till.  … Continue reading

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Can the library supply historical stock quotes?

It is tax time again and lots of people need to know the price of a stock at the time they purchased it, which could be decades ago. You can always call the Business & Technology unit (214-670-1608) and we … Continue reading

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Book Review: Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy edited by Sepideh Saremi

Are you tired of the same old meals during the week because you need to fix something easy in a hurry?  Check out this book with quick and delicious recipes from food bloggers you can find on the cooking website, … Continue reading

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Does the library have materials, speeches, and writings by the Jamaican entrepreneur, publisher, and orator Marcus Garvey?

We have primary and secondary sources on figures like Marcus Garvey, proponent of Black Nationalism and Pan Africanism, in the History and Social Sciences Department. Search the catalog with the subject heading Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940 and you will find a large … Continue reading

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