September new movies from the library

New DVDs: September

Each month the library offers new releases on DVD including feature films, foreign language films, documentaries, and television shows. Check out one of the featured movies below or click here for a complete list of what’s coming to the library in September.
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August new music. Pink skies at sunset on a tropical beach.

Album Reviews: August 2023

Weathervanes / Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

He may or may not agree, but Alabama-born Michael Jason Isbell only seems to be getting better—as a musician, and as a human being. His material certainly confirms this sentiment. Like most of us, he appears to be trying his best to navigate what seems to be an increasingly hot and hostile environment—but unlike most,…

New Music: July 2023. Audience members at concert, cast in dark blue light. Four album cover image and corresponding text describing the artist to the immediate left of each image.

Album Reviews: July 2023

The Record / Boygenius

The collaborative trio of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus developed a strong kinship as each began to blossom in their respective careers during the latter half of the 2010s. The Record (produced by the group and Catherine Marks) follows their 2018 debut EP….

Text: "Michigan Horror Stories." Image of Detroit skyline with blood drips beneath it.

Michigan Horror Stories

Scary stories – both real and imagined – taking place in the Great Lakes State.

Note: Getting scared during a horror story can be fun, but getting triggered is not. Be sure to check out these titles beforehand to make sure that their content is appropriate to your preferred fear factor.

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Broken Monsters / Lauren Beukes

Detective Gabriella Versado has seen a lot of bodies….


Album Reviews: June 2023

First Two Pages of Frankenstein / The National

The National return with another beautiful The National record. The band is so good at what they do, they should probably just be a genre unto themselves. Frontperson Matt Berninger is perpetually in the depths of his brain (and heart, but mostly brain) and who can’t relate?…