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Aging Creatively with Art for a Lifetime

The New York Public Library is offering a unique opportunity for those 50 and older. Several neighborhood branches will be offering classes in a variety of art forms.Read More ›

Ep. 59 "The Library Is a Place Kids Feel Safe" | Library Stories

A library can be a safe place to work after school, but it's also important to get there safely. As a crossing guard outside Castle Hill Library, Casilda sees her role as an extension of its protective space. She knows the branch well, having grown up in the neighborhood and now takes her own daughter there.Read More ›

What’s Making Us Happy, Part 1

We asked our library staff members to tell us what’s turning their pages. Here’s the first installment, covering podcasts, music, and—of course—books.Read More ›

Down the Rabbit Hole

Lewis Carroll’s creative masterpiece turns 150 this fall, and NYPL is celebrating with a major exhibition—and, of course, with book recommendations.Read More ›

A Bronx Week Reading List: May 8-18

One of the unique features of the Bronx is that is has a week dedicated to showcasing and celebrating all its wonderful attributes: history, literature, culture, etc. Here is a reading list which is sure to spark your interests in all things Bronx!Read More ›

Mini Job Fairs in January

Career, Education and Information Services (CEIS) of The New York Public Library has scheduled a series of Mini-Career Fairs at several branches throughout the Bronx.Read More ›