NYPL Connect: A Time for Discussion, Unity & Healing
A message from NYPL President Tony Marx, plus conversations with Jiayang Fan, Gina Belafonte, Martha S. Jones, Rashad Robinson, Valarie Kaur, Amber Ruffin, and more.
Voices in Hip Hop: A Booklist
These books, written by legendary voices from the hip hop world, are a must for any hip hop head—old or new—or any fan of music in general.
Kids Books to Learn About Thailand
With breathtaking landscapes and unique culture, Thailand is considered the heartland of Southeast Asia.
NYPL Researcher Spotlight: Tatjana Bergelt
Her advice to potential researchers: "Do not be scared off by the magnificence of this institution...a library is only as important as its potential readers."
"Reflections on Transformative Justice" Discussion Recap & Book List
Listen to a conversation about transformative justice with Ro Garrido, Nadja E. Guyot, and Simone Sobers and check out these suggested books and zines for anyone interested in learning more.
Can't Beat 'Em? Join 'Em: A Booklist for Parents of Young Gamers
These books feature popular video games that may be of interest to your young gamer at least long enough for a little screen break. They may also help you better understand what your kids are so into and why.
NYPL Researcher Spotlight: Flavie Épié
She is a PhD candidate in English studies at Université Bordeaux-Montaigne and Universiteit Antwerpen. Her research addresses collaborative translation processes, with a specific focus on the French translations of James Joyce’s Ulysses.
Tradición del Día de Reyes
Cuando era niña Santa Claus no venía a mi casa… pero esta no es una historia triste porque quienes nos visitaban eran los Tres Reyes Magos. Por lo general tampoco teníamos un árbol de navidad en mi casa aunque esa no era la norma en las otras casas de mi vecindario. A mí no me molestaba que no tuviéramos un árbol de navidad porque en mi casa los Reyes Magos no lo necesitaban. Ellos solo necesitaban agua y yerbita para los camellos ya que les esperaba un largo viaje de regreso a las tierras de oriente de donde habían venido. Siempre me
The Fascinating & Gruesome History of Medicine: A Short Book List
Explore the birth of germ theory, the ascent of forensic science, the evolution of two New York locales (Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital and Roosevelt Island), and some cures that turned out to be worse than the disease.
New Year, Same Us (Yay!), Ep. 182
An hour of musical theater references, interesting books, and great conversation!
Rare Photos of Tito Guízar Invite Further Research
Guízar was one of the first to bring Mexican music to New York and later paved the way for Mexican performers in Hollywood.
Books, Movies and Music for Fans of Cobra Kai
If you've already sped through the recently-released third season of this hit show, here are some related titles that might interest you as you wait for the next one.
Beyond the Season: Holiday Movies That Are Always Good
I always get a little sad when the marathon of Hallmark holiday movies disappears from my screen. These films—a mixture of holiday humor, horror and drama—will keep the holidays alive long after the season is over.
Children's Fantasy Novels Set in New York City
These books are set in a variety of otherworldly New Yorks imagined by fourteen talented authors. NYC fans of the fantastical will enjoy these adventures set in their home town.
Novedades de enero 2021 para niñas y niños: conocimientos y cuentos valiosos para un Año Nuevo exitoso
Una breve lista selectiva de títulos en formato electrónico que responden a una variedad de preguntas interesantes e historias que enseñan valores importantes para ayudar a forjar niños y niñas felices y brillantes.
Looking Back at Fiscal Year 2020 at The Library for the Performing Arts
You're invited to look through our Annual Report and celebrate with us some of the things we accomplished this past year.
What Are You Reading? Matt Ruff Edition
Find out what the author of 'Lovecraft Country' has been reading as well as what books have inspired him and his own writing.
NYPL Connect: Start a New Chapter with the Library in 2021
Discover Story Line, our new dial-a-story service, attend the Schomburg's 2021 Black Comic Book Festival virtually, download January's Get Lit book club pick, and more!
Virtual Citizenship Study Groups at NYPL
Are you studying to become a US citizen? Join us online for interactive weekly study groups.
New Year, New Mindset: Books to Promote Positive Thinking
These feel-good books can help you start the new year with an uplifting attitude.