July 21st is the day many cinephiles have been waiting for: the release date of two summer blockbusters, Barbie and Oppenheimer. Many fans have been having fun with the idea of two very different movies sharing a release date and have been preparing for a...Read more
This month's Sudoku comes with surefire way to make money using unassailable numbers logic: Ask a friend if you can borrow a dollar. If they say yes, tell them to give you just fifty cents of it. When they ask why, explain that that way they'll owe you fifty cents, and you'll owe them fifty...Read more
If you're a fan of the intense restaurant-based dramedy The Bear, you might enjoy these memoirs and nonfiction books about chefs and restaurant life. Or if you want to follow Carmy and Sydney into the kitchen, check out MHL's new subscription to the...Read more
July is Disability Pride Month! Here are some books about the history and future of the disability rights movement. You might also be interested in this...Read more
We recently added New York Times Cooking and The Athletic to the list of online resources available to MHL card holders.
New York Times Cooking is a cooking guide, innovative...Read more
All the bad guys in this month's puzzle come from books (and film, and in at least one case, a play). Love them or hate them, they're often the characters most responsible for keeping us immersed in a story, so let's give them credit for that, anyway. If you've been reading like a fiend lately,...Read more
Pride Month is drawing to a close but you can still check out these memoirs by LGBTQ+ folks from all walks of life! Many of them are also available as audiobooks read by the authors.
June is Caribbean American Heritage Month! Why not check out one of these great books by Caribbean American authors?
The Stonewall Uprising in 1969 is often considered the start of the USA's LGBTQ+ rights movement, but queer people have existed throughout history. Here are some books to check out if you're interested in learning...Read more
As Sudoku solvers who know and appreciate the numbers 1 through 9, we thought you might enjoy these helpful conversions for people who struggle with the metric system: