FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 5, 2008
CONTACT: Diane Nevill, (623) 930-3554, Public Information Officer
GLENDALE, Ariz. –People come to the library to pick up DVDs that contain a whole season of television shows, including “Lost,” “The Sopranos,” “Six Feet Under,” “Sex and the City,” “The West Wing,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” and “Gilmore Girls.” Now Glendale residents can learn more about their city the same way – dropping into the library and checking out Glendale 11 TV programs.
The following shows are available for check out at Glendale’s three libraries:
- “Glendale’s Best Arts & Culture”: Viewers tour Glendale’s large collection of public art and one-of-a-kind museums.
- “Glendale’s Best: Our Neighborhoods”: A magazine-style show featuring Glendale’s distinctive homes and gardens, plus the unique people and city parks that make the city’s neighborhoods so special.
- “Glendale’s Best: The Bead Museum”: Highlights of this cultural museum in historic downtown Glendale that attracts visitors from around the world.
- “Glendale’s Got Game – A Fiesta Bowl Celebration”: An in-depth look at the inaugural Tostitos Fiesta Bowl held in Glendale.
- “The Making of a Stadium”: A 30-minute documentary that captures the story behind the creation, construction and opening of Arizona’s first NFL stadium, located in Glendale.
- “Glendale Glitters 2006”: Viewers experience the charm of one of Glendale’s best-loved holiday traditions, with more than a million twinkling lights, illuminating the downtown to ring in the holiday season.
- “Glendale Jazz & Blues 2007”: This show features Glendale’s premier concert event that attracts tens of thousands of music lovers every year to historic downtown Glendale.
- “This Is Glendale”: A short feature film that provides a creative and energetic look at the past, present and future of Glendale.
- Dine Downtown”: TV viewers tour the global tastes of restaurants in historic downtown Glendale.
- “Check It Out @ the Library”: Episodes One and Two give a behind the scenes look at the Glendale Public Library System, plus showcase services, staff and library customers.
For more information, call Diane at 623-930-3554.