We have recently made some changes to our RBDigital Magazine Collection (formerly Zinio), and have unsubscribed from the following titles listed below that are duplicated (and therefore already available) in LiveBrary's Flipster. There are differences to the ways these two collections work, but both have downloadable apps so you can still enjoy your favorite magazine on your preferred mobile device.


  • Allure
  • American Craft
  • Better Homes and Gardens
  • Bicycling
  • BirdWatching
  • Bon Appetit
  • Car and Driver
  • Conde Nast Traveler
  • Country Living
  • Discover
  • Dwell
  • Elle
  • Esquire
  • Field & Stream
  • Food Network Magazine
  • Glamour
  • Gluten-Free Living
  • Golf Digest
  • Good Housekeeping
  • GQ
  • Harper's Bazaar
  • HGTV Magazine
  • House Beautiful
  • Kiplinger's Personal Finance
  • Marie Claire
  • Men's Fitness
  • Men's Health
  • Mother Jones
  • Motor Trend
  • National Geographic
  • New York Review of Books
  • Newsweek
  • O, The Oprah Magazine
  • OK! Magazine
  • Outdoor Life
  • Outdoor Photographer
  • PCWorld
  • Popular Mechanics/span>
  • Popular Science
  • Prevention
  • Redbook
  • Road & Track
  • Runner's World
  • Seventeen
  • The Atlantic
  • The New Yorker
  • Town & Country
  • Vanity Fair
  • Vogue
  • Woman's Day
  • Women's Health
  • Working Mother
  • Yoga Journal
Coloring and Paper Crafternoons
Thursdays, December 7, 14  •  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm • Main Meeting Room
Register using code HMA276
Enjoy a relaxing two hours coloring or making simple, fun, paper crafts. Bring your own coloring supplies. Annina Luck provides a craft activity and inspiration on the second of the two dates each month.  No registration required. Open to all.


Verdi & Puccini: The Epitome Of Italian Opera
Sunday, November 12 • 2:00 pm •Auditorium
Register using code HMA573
James J. Kolb, PhD, presents the historical context in which opera blossomed in Italy in the 19th century and assesses the impact of these composers on the operatic form. When people think of opera, first and foremost Italian opera comes to mind, particularly the work of Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) or Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924). Two of the three most frequently performed operas are Verdi’s Aïda and Puccini’s La Bohème (the third is Bizet’s Carmen). Their work spans nearly a century, with at least two dozen of their works in the standard repertory of most of the world’s opera houses.   Registration required. Open to all.


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