Are you a commuter?
Try The New York Public Library’s new Subway Library.
See if they have any material on birthday boy Frank Lloyd Wright to give the ride home some clean lines and structure.
Experience D-Day with the stories of those who were there.
Delve into The Library of Congress archive for 1st hand accounts.
Look out! The Brandenburg Concerto is flying through space.
In 1977, the U.S. lauched a specially design record (among other things) into space. It’s traveled further into space than any other man-made object. This is the music:
Margaret Atwood’s defense of libraries.
The consensus: It’s up to us!
It’s June. That means Pride month has begun. Take a look at this list of Pride related reads.
Is there mutual exclusivity in critical reading and losing yourself in the material?
Can the two coexist?
It’s National Wine Day!
Take a trip to the New York Public Library archives.
The menu archive has 9269 wine items.
*Pours fresh glass*
If you think BIBFRAME is the road to travel, perhaps you should think again.
Are you enAre you enjoying The Handmaid’s Tale?
By “enjoy” we mean: read, watch, become terrified, and then read and watch more.
Here are a few authors on how the Margaret Atwood classic shaped their work.