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Teen Choice Award Nominees

The Teen Choice Award Nominees were recently announced. Here they are in case you missed it:

Choice Music: Male ArtistJustin Bieber
Jason Derülo
Cee Lo Green
Enrique Iglesias
Bruno Mars

Choice Music: Female ArtistAdele
Lady Gaga
Katy Perry
Taylor Swift

Choice Music: GroupBlack Eyed Peas
Far East Movement
“Glee” Cast
Selena Gomez & The Scene
The Script

Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop ArtistEminem
Lupe Fiasco
Nicki Minaj
Kanye West

Choice Music: Rock Group30 Seconds to Mars
Foo Fighters
Linkin Park

Choice Music: Rock Track“Rope,” Foo Fighters
“Waiting for the End,” Linkin Park
“Sing,” My Chemical Romance
“Good Life,” OneRepublic
“Monster,” Paramore

Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Track“Run the World (Girls),” Beyoncé
“Just Can’t Get Enough,” The Black Eyed Peas
“Don’t Wanna Go Home,” Jason Derülo
“I Need a Doctor,” Dr. Dre featuring Eminem and Skylar Grey
“All of the Lights,” Kanye West

Choice Music: Single“The Time (Dirty Bit),” The Black Eyed Peas
“Who Say…

Transformers Contest & Promotion

Draw & Create your own Transformer for a chance to win a poster & t-shirt

Deadline is THIS Friday, June 24.

Drop your creation at the Children's Desk.

Come to the library on the 24th at 3:45 pm when a representative from paramount Pictures will be here to promote Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon.

Sparked - Microvolunteering

Sparked is the world's first microvolunteering network.WHY MICROVOLUNTEERING? At Sparked, it's our goal to offer *convenient* online volunteerism to you. We're driven to fit volunteerism into the same kind of time that you might normally spend on Facebook, Farmville, or Twitter. It's volunteerism for the digital age. We call it microvolunteering.
WHAT'S IN IT FOR VOLUNTEERS?Sparked makes it easy for busy people to give back. It's an entirely *online* form of volunteering that allows you to lend your professional skills whenever and wherever you have time. Whether you've got 10 minutes at the bus stop or an hour after work - we've got a nonprofit "challenge" for you. Get started!

E3 Conference

It's a bit late, but her's some info I've found about the recent E3 Conference:

Sony's new portable PlayStation Vita game system offers unique and new features for a mobile game console that will take some getting used to. But once you get acquainted with the PlayStation Vita unique hardware and play games optimized for the console the game play is awesome.

The successor to the PlayStation Portable looked promising -- a lush display, potent hardware, and a $250 price tag cemented its place as serious potential competition in the portable gaming space.
The PlayStation Vita is a bit larger than expected. Taller than the PlayStation Portable it's replacing, the Vita is packing a 5-inch OLED screen, serving up bright, gorgeous color. On to the features: there's a gyroscope, a microphone, an accelerometer, a pair of cameras, two analog thumbsticks, a touchscreen, and a touch pad on the rear.  It was a bit disorienting at first -- holding the device, an…

Teen Blog Take Two

Due to some accidental deletions of e-mail, our former blog has disappeared and as of now, there's a slim chance of it getting retrieved. Trust me, I am more upset about it than you guys are! I wanted to let you know the new address and I'll be posted some fun stuff from the E3 Conference soon!