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This month on L-Town Radio – The Livingston Library Podcast: Joe chats with Weird NJ founder/editor Mark Moran about growing up in Livingston, exploring & discovering weird stuff in his youth (including a terrifying experience involving a mysterious and sinister cult), and how an article he wrote may have inspired the creation of The Sopranos. Plus, Hongmei shares a clip of a timeless song, and Jessica fills us in on the most anticipated books hitting our shelves this month.

You can listen to the episode below, as well as on SpotifyGoogle Podcasts, and Apple Podcasts.

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Exploring Weird Livingston History with Mark Moran of "Weird NJ"
This month on L-Town Radio – The Livingston Library Podcast: Joe chats with Weird NJ founder/editor Mark Moran about growing up in Livingston, exploring & discovering...
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Explore The Library’s Local History Collection
Did you know that the Livingston Public Library has a Local History Collection that you can browse both in the library and digitally at home? It’s true!  Access...
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Chris Jacobs' Rough Road to Olympic Gold: L-Town Radio, February 2024
This month on L-Town Radio – The Livingston Library Podcast: Joe tells the story of Livingston’s Chris Jacobs, who overcame addiction to win gold at...
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Explore the Livingston Public Library’s Local History Collection!
Did you know that the Livingston Public Library has a large local history collection? This collection is located in the Library’s local history room as well as on...
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Explore the Library’s Online Local History Archive
Are you looking to explore Livingston’s past? Did you know that the Livingston Public Library has an online local history archive that you can access from...
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The Livingston Oral History Program
Livingston Library co-founder Edith DeCamp in 1913 You may already know that our library has a local history archive rich with books, maps, photographs, and other...
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