Susan Badon, Madisonville's Children's Librarian, talks with host Amy Bouton about the return of storytimes, in-person & virtually online.
Jessica Aucoin & Evan Kramer join host Amy Bouton to discuss our Back to School Bash Aug 6 @Slidell Branch. Music, games, resources & fun
Our guest on this episode is the bestselling author Rebecca Elliott. She talks about her upcoming Virtual Visits to some of our branches.
Have all of your Summer Reading questions answered. Our Adult, Teen & Children's Department Heads tell you everything you need to know.
NAMI/St. Tammany's Nick Richard tells us how they've partnered with the library to share resources for Mental Health Awareness Month.
Pearl River Branch Manager, Adele Salzer, speaks with Amy Bouton about the history & services of this small branch. Music from Marvin Gaye.
An overview of Library Apps for downloadable media on your mobile device. Reference Librarian Robert Barnes talks with host Amy Bouton.
Bush Branch Manager, Susan Taggert, speaks with Amy Bouton about the history & services of this rural branch. Music from Saint-Saëns.
Abita Springs Branch Manager, Kay Redd, speaks with Amy Bouton about the history, atmosphere & available services of this charming branch.
Lynn Bardell, Reference Librarian, joins Amy Bouton to discuss the new library resources for finding non-profit funding, donations & grants.
New databases "Black Life In America" "Ethnic Diversity Source" & more. Noelle Williams joins Amy Bouton with details. Music by Bessie Smith
Bonnie Vanney discusses her book "The Lost & Forgotten Communities of Chef Menteur-Rigolets & Lake St. Catherine in Orleans Parish."
Hear about upcoming Storytimes and programs for kids at the library. Also, poet Amanda Gorman shares her latest verse "New Day's Lyric."
Host Amy Bouton welcomes Jillian Boudreaux (Adult Programming Coordinator) to discuss library programs for Adults. +Music from Norah Jones.
Enjoy the retelling of a holiday classic, "The Gift of the Magi" by O. Henri to kick off the most wonderful time of the year, the holidays.
Hear the famous Orson Welles "War of the Worlds" 1938 radio broadcast in its entirety that sent the nation into a panic & into the streets.
Reference Department Head Noelle Williams speaks with our own Amy Bouton about Digital Resources for Students. Plus, music from Sweet Crude.
Our own Amy Bouton talks to Teen Librarians about TEEN-TOBER, our month-long celebration for teens. Also, Jon Batiste is our Music Spotlight
Hear all about the new STPL Mobile App for iPhone. Also, find out how to view video tutorials for ALL of our research databases. And more...
In an audio interview from 2011, Frank Levy discusses his background, passion & inspiration for his legendary "Stories In Motion" programs.
Master Gardener Dr. Jerry Ballanco poses the questions: "What is the scientific evidence? Should we worry?" in this presentation.
Calling fans of all fandoms and interests. Find out all the details of this annual library event for all ages. Also, hear about upcoming…
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing with this countdown of "10 Things You May Not Know About the Apollo Program" including…
Find out everything you need to know to participate in 2019's Summer Reading Challenge "A Universe of Stories". Kids, Teens and Adults can…
This podcast episode features highlights from the Veterans History Project, an oral history collection of veterans that live in St. Tammany…
Author Edward Haslam explains how the murder of a doctor, a secret laboratory in New Orleans, and cancer-causing monkey viruses are linked…
Hear an exclusive live performance by the Grammy nominated Cajun band The Lost Bayou Ramblers. Also included is a lecture by band member…
Covington author Christian Garcia discusses his book that contains love letters between his grandparents from over a hundred years ago.
Learn all about "Purchased Lives: The American Slave Trade" exhibit from our Adult Programming Coordinator, Jillian Garner Boudreaux. Yo...
This episode features an interview with New York Times Best Selling Author/Illustrator George O'Connor. Mr. O'Connor is interviewed by...