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[5 Feb 2017 | One Comment | Posted by ]
Online help to grow your business

Small Business Resource Center is now available free to Floridians through the Florida Electronic Library.
Small Business Resource Center covers all major areas of starting and operating a business including financing, management, marketing, human resources, franchising, accounting and taxes.

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[15 Jan 2017 | 2 Comments | Posted by ]
Books & Authors

A frequent question heard at the library is “What should I read next?” Library staffers especially love this question. While “Where’s your bathroom?” also ranks high on the frequency meter, it isn’t nearly as fun to answer as helping someone find their next great read.
Enter Books & Authors, a fresh and rich website where “experts and editors present reviews, opinions, commentary, and more in our ever-vigilant attempt to make sure that no good book goes unread.”

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[12 Nov 2016 | One Comment | Posted by ]
Get Inspired–Food, eating, dining

Hungry? Well then, let’s get cooking. Our culinary arts collection includes 250 major cooking and nutrition magazines, updated daily.
Coverage includes thousands of searchable recipes, restaurant reviews, and industry information. Home cooks as well as culinary professionals will enjoy a hearty helping of inspiration and instruction.

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News Across the Keys, Tom's Keys History Blog »

[25 Aug 2016 | 6 Comments | Posted by ]
From the album: De Wolfe Collection

Scott DeWolfe Collection, a set on Flickr.

Check out our newest, oldest collection of Keys images. The Scott De Wolfe collection contains some of the oldest images of Key West that we’ve seen around. We have  scanned, tagged and captioned this amazing collection and are eager to share it. Here’s more info:

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[21 Jul 2016 | One Comment | Posted by ]
Get Inspired–Travel

Got the travel bug? Or, perhaps attending  an out-of-town wedding. Even with all the travel info available on the ‘net, Fodor’s travel guides are still the go-to, trusted source for reliable advice.  And we have the complete set of Fodor’s Guidebooks available online to library cardholders.

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