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September 2017 at Grand Central Library

Read up on the latest news from Grand Central Library.Read More ›

Streaming Video with Overdrive: Leading Ladies Edition

Now, using Overdrive, you can stream over 600 feature films, documentaries, foreign films, and children's videos with only your library card! Read More ›

Exploring Baseball's Batty Lingo

I decided a fun idea would be to create a blog post with some of baseball's more irregular language, and letting you in on the background of those terms. Read More ›

Great Opening Day Moments In New York Met & Yankee History

Enjoy some Opening Day moments for both the New York Mets and New York Yankees that have proved to be memorable as the years have gone by.Read More ›

Current Feminist Writers

There are many diverse feminist voices writing right now. This list—from books to TEDTalks—will help direct you toward some of these voices. Read More ›

Beyond "A League of Their Own"

Check out some of these books on women who have transformed the world of baseball.Read More ›

AI, Climate Change & More: Navigating Scientific Resources at the Library

Allow the Library to help you sift through the world of artificial intelligence, climate change, and even the phone in your pocket.Read More ›

Great Books on 19th Century Baseball

While many folks are still in the holiday spirit, it continues to be my job to get all of you excited for another exciting season of Major League Baseball. Read More ›

Hamilton: The Mixtape Edition

As if we needed another reason, there is now even more to love about "Hamilton": On December 2, the "Hamilton" Mixtape is dropping with appearances from some amazing artists. Read More ›

Go, Cubs, Go: Books on the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs

To celebrate the North Side Nine's first championship win in over a century, take a look at some of our offerings.Read More ›

Your October Playlist : 8 Recommendations

In the weeks leading up to Halloween we watch scary movies and we read scary stories but are we listening to enough scary music? No, probably not! Here are some suggestions to get you in the spooky spirit.Read More ›

Get a Hobby! 5 Suggestions from Grand Central Library

Just because you vowed never to write another term paper again does not mean you are done learning. This back-to-school season, try picking up a new hobby rather than a new textbook. Some of our well-rounded librarians are here to give you ideas!Read More ›

Hitchcock-ian Reads

It's the birthday of Alfred Hitchcock. To honor the Master of Suspense, our crackerjack team of book experts came up with a list of books that would do him proud: psychological suspense novels that give readers the same creepy, think-y thrill as watching his movies... and feature twists that no one saw coming.Read More ›

5 Hall of Famers Who Were Moved Mid-Season

Let's take a stroll down memory lane and see some of baseball's best players change uniforms mid-season and make an impact.Read More ›

Literary Bad Boys

In honor of Heathcliff, we asked our book experts here at The New York Public Library: Who’s your favorite literary bad boy and why?Read More ›

Pet Safety Tips

Enjoy the summer with your four-legged friends, and make sure they stay happy and healthy.Read More ›

When 'The Man' Wins

Inspired by a reader’s comment on our Angry Birds post, we’re thinking about books where the non-underdogs—a.k.a., those little round pigs with the helmets—wind up on top.Read More ›

Recent Hip Hop You May Have Missed

Six suggestions for your summer.Read More ›

Doubling Down on Angry Birds

When the Angry Birds movie hit theaters, we asked our NYPL recommendation experts to name their favorite books, movies, or TV shows that feature… well, angry birds.Read More ›

All About Historic Building Preservation

May is Historic Preservation Month! Here are some recommended reads to get you into the building preservation mood no matter where your interests lie.Read More ›
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