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Why Net Neutrality Matters: The NYPL Podcast Ep. 212

Library President Tony Marx convened a panel of experts to help shed light on the repeal of net neutrality. Where do things stand, and where do we go from here?Read More ›

The Ultimate Avengers Guide

We asked five of our NYPL book experts to come up with suggestions for every level of Avengers fan: where to start, the classics, the best of the newest stories, character-specific recommendations, and much more.Read More ›

Teen Author Festival 2018

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Teen Author Festival with this recap of the interviews and panels from this year's TAF. Read More ›

Meet the 2018-2019 Fellows of the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers

The Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers has selected its 20th class of Fellows: independent scholars, academics, and creative writers, whose work will benefit directly from access to the collections at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.Read More ›

Ins and Outs of British Society

Love English literature, but don't know the difference between a barouche and a carriage? Wonder no longer!Read More ›

NYPL Recommends: New & Noteworthy for Teens

Here are some recently published titles that are getting praise from our YA specialists here at NYPL. Pick them up for your teen or yourself! Read More ›

Top Five Ways to Read and Watch Shakespeare Online with Your New York Public Library Card

The New York Public Library provides more than 500 online research options, many accessible from home with a library card. We challenge you to go beyond the search engine and dig deeper online with NYPL.Read More ›

These Books Show Why Earth Day Matters

We’ve put together a list of nonfiction books published in the last few years that shed light on some of the biggest challenges to the planet’s ecosystem.Read More ›

No Due Date: Keep a Piece of the Library Forever with Ex-Library Books

How does the Library make sure it has enough copies of the books New Yorkers want to read? Find out, and see how you can get the ultimate NYPL souvenir.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of April 22

Check out upcoming free job training programs, recruitment events, information sessions, and more.Read More ›

Ssh! Seven Book Recommendations for Fans of "A Quiet Place"

If your heart is still pounding from director-star John Krasinski's thriller, we have some reading suggestions for you.Read More ›

Discover Genealogy Databases for NYC Immigrant Heritage Week

Immigrant Heritage Week is a city-wide celebration that honors the experiences and contributions of immigrants in New York City, and we're looking at databases that can help with genealogy research.Read More ›

The Great Work Continues: The Librarian Is In Podcast, Ep. 87

Gwen & Frank's conversation with Dan Kois about " Angels in America" continues. Plus: NYPL Curator Doug Reside shares items from the Library of the Performing Arts! Read More ›

Films to Celebrate NYC Immigrant Heritage Week

We are highlighting a selection of films available for streaming on Kanopy that explore the immigrant experience. Read More ›

Harriet Tubman: Death or Liberty

Known for her courage and determination moving people through the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman has a far deeper story that's usually not covered in school books. Read more about her life and influence. Read More ›

Nonfiction Books to Celebrate NYC Immigrant Heritage Week

We are highlighting a selection of nonfiction titles in the top four NYC languages that explore the immigrant experience.Read More ›

Sheelah Kolhatkar has Inside Information: The NYPL Podcast Ep. 211

Kolhatkar's book, Black Edge: Inside Information, Dirty Money, and the Quest to Bring Down the Most Wanted Man on Wall Street, tells the story of Steven A. Cohen and his involvement in the largest insider-trading scandal in U.S history. Read More ›

Fiction Books to Celebrate NYC Immigrant Heritage Week

Read and discover the fascinating journeys that each unique personal story tells, and find the experiences that also bring us together.Read More ›

NYPL Events: What's Happening 4/17-5/1

Welcome to our bi-weekly update on events happening during the next two weeks at The New York Public Library. With 92 locations across New York City, there's a lot going on!Read More ›

Como La Flor: 5 Ways to Celebrate the Life of Selena Quintanilla

April 16 is known as Selena Day in the Texas hometown of the legendary Tejano performer. Find your own way to celebrate with movies, books and, of course, music. Read More ›
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