An unconventional documentary that interviews four men with unique vocations-namely, a topiary gardener, a lion tamer, a hairless mole rat expert, and a robotics designer-and manages to draw connections between them all.
The fascinating, controversial true story of the arrest and conviction of Randall Adams for the murder of a Dallas policeman in 1976. Billed as "the first movie mystery to actually solve a murder," the film is credited with overturning Adams' conviction.
Craig Johnson is the author of the popular and critically acclaimed Walt Longmire mystery series. Craig has written thirteen novels, including The Western Star and An Obvious Fact, his two latest. His novels are the basis for the hit television drama Longmire now appearing on Netflix.
The Library's Book Discussion Group meets on the second Friday of each month. No advance sign-up necessary! For more information, send an email to librarian Valentine Llort at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September's book is A Man Called Ove by Fredrick Backman.
Join an enthusiastic audience for a memorable performance by Jim Borax's California Cabaret, a Rancho Mirage-
based entertainment group with a large following.
These outstanding professional singers and dancers (several with Broadway experience) will perform memorable hit songs from the Great American Songbook. Jim Borax's Cabaret has been featured on CBS and CNN. The Cabaret has also performed their music and dance throughout the Coachella Valley.
For an hour of great entertainment, join us at the Library on September 9 th to enjoy the Jim Borax California
Poets interested in assignments, critiques, and
readings are invited to join Dorothea Bisbas, City of Rancho Mirage
Public Library Poet Laureate. The goal of these workshops is to encourage
poetry based on personal experiences, language, and insights. More advanced
poets share their techniques, including revision and details about getting
This Commission consists of five members who are appointed by the City Council. The Commission supports the development and prospering of the cultural environment of the City by enhancing access to cultural amenities for all residents. (Res. Nos.: 98-18; 98-21)