Anythink Huron Street is temporarily closed for scheduled building maintenance, Monday, Nov. 30, through Saturday, Dec. 11.

Per Tri-County Health Department public health order, masks are required indoors at all Anythink locations effective Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021 - Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022. Please check back for future updates.

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Stories in a bottle: 'My Dinner with Andre'

Jan 30 2018
In most bottle stories, the characters are trapped. Nicole and I examined two such stories in our previous posts in this series. But there is another kind of bottle story. Rather than confining characters somewhere against their will...

Celebrating human connection this Valentine's Day

Jan 24 2018
June Carter was tuning her guitar backstage, and singing "a-ummm" to warm up her vocal chords. She did so based on a recommendation from her friend Elvis Presley, who had been touring with her for several weeks. Elvis was enchanted by the musical stylings of...

Mobile photography: Take your skills to the next level

Jan 22 2018
Let’s talk mobile photography and videography. One of the greatest benefits of working at The Studio is the access it provides to some pretty fabulous tech that I would normally classify as luxury items. As we prepare to launch into our new...

Celebrating David Bowie in January

Jan 4 2018
David Bowie was a brilliant artist, and January is a fitting time to celebrate his life and work. This month, after all, is named for Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and endings. As an artist, Bowie was always changing, ever willing to leave behind one mode of expression for a new one. Plus,...

Customer Spotlight: A Reluctant Gyroscope

Jan 2 2018
Have you ever started a project you didn’t end up finishing? Yeah, me too. I have lists and partially begun projects sprinkled across my mind and in the cardboard box in my coat closet. I am a chronic project starter and not finisher. Our latest customer spotlight is Gabriel, a high-school student ...
Mulder and Scully survey the scene

Stories in a bottle: 'How the Ghosts Stole Christmas'

Dec 21 2017
In the first post of our bottle stories series, fellow Anythinker Jeff Schwartz and I discussed the self-containment of the form. Looking at...

Digital design and production: Coming soon to The Studio

Dec 14 2017
In 2018, The Studio will receive its latest makeover. Starting in early January, The Studio’s current focuses of 3D printing, textiles and jewelry-making will be swapped out to introduce digital design and production. This will include:  Video production Audio production YouTube production...

Creations taking shape in The Studio

Dec 12 2017
For those of you who are new to the growing network of amateur inventors and creators, informal learning labs can be tailored to meet the experimental and experiential learning goals of its community. It’s all about designing solutions to problems or questions you have created. All over the country...

A notable novel: Gabrielle Zevin’s 'Young Jane Young'

Dec 12 2017
Gabrielle Zevin’s 2017 book, Young Jane Young, is a notable novel. When I happened upon it in the library’s New and Notable...

Stories in a bottle: 'Three Blind Mice'

Dec 1 2017
These days, the word epic has become a synonym for good. We like stories with scope and amplitude, big stories. We like trilogies and series and sequels and prequels (and “...

Do we have it? Find Anythink titles when browsing Amazon or Goodreads

Oct 26 2017
Do you like looking through Amazon's reviews but don't always want to fork over the money to purchase a book? Do you use Goodreads to track what you've read and find your next read? Now there's a Chrome browser...

Thoughtful horror films are on the rise

Oct 19 2017
Directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Jennifer Lawrence,...

The many voices of Dan Stevens

Oct 17 2017
People usually look at me funny when I tell them Dan Stevens is my favorite James Bond. While not yet a household name, those who know Stevens usually think of him as Matthew Crawley from Downton Abbey, or...

Anythink Startup Month: Highlights from a month of entrepreneurial celebration

Oct 10 2017
Business plans were written, new connections were made, prototypes were designed and ideas were brought to life. Check out some highlights from September's Anythink Startup Month, a celebration of...

Local entrepreneur spotlight: Sweet Caroline Confections

Sep 25 2017
As part of Anythink Startup Month, we're highlighting entrepreneurs and interesting businesses in Adams County.  Need to satisfy your sweet tooth?...

Local entrepreneur spotlight: Welcome to the Bookstore

Sep 18 2017
As part of Anythink Startup Month, we're highlighting entrepreneurs and interesting businesses in Adams County. Stay tuned for weekly profiles throughout September. There’s nothing quite like the...
mother tucker brewery

Local entrepreneur spotlight: Mother Tucker Brewery

Sep 11 2017
As part of Anythink Startup Month, we're highlighting entrepreneurs and interesting businesses in Adams County. Stay tuned for weekly profiles throughout September. Having opened its doors this past...

Local entrepreneur spotlight: Clear Intentions

Sep 4 2017
As part of Anythink Startup Month, we're highlighting entrepreneurs and interesting businesses in Adams County. Stay tuned for weekly profiles throughout September.  Did you know that only 17...

Experiencing a Japanese tea ceremony

Aug 25 2017
I had never heard of a Japanese tea ceremony before seeing a post advertising just such a thing on Anythink's Facebook page. I live in Bennett, but the program was being held at Anythink...
BoJack's house, much like his life, is in a precarious position.

BoJack returns, in all his angsty glory

Aug 23 2017
If you are anything like me, you rejoiced at hearing the news that Netflix original series BoJack Horseman will be returning for a fourth season on Sept. 8. If you are not like me, what’s the hold-up? This...