Shock, Anger After Nooses Found Outside Brooklyn Museum, Public LibraryThere was anger and alarm in Brooklyn Sunday, after two nooses were discovered at prominent locations this month.
Solar Eclipse Events Around The New York AreaWhile the Tri-State area isn’t in the 70-mile "path of totality," if skies are clear, we'll be able to see the moon block about 70 percent of the sun.
Kids Kickoff Summer Reading With Party At Brooklyn Public LibraryA new program in Brooklyn is aimed at encouraging kids to dive into books outside of their comfort zone.
Best Adult Computer Classes In New York CityIf you’re looking to expand your professional horizons or join Facebook to keep tabs on the grandkids, New York City’s got a class for that.
Brooklyn Public Library Program Encourages Kids To Read This SummerThis year's theme is "Every Hero Has A Story" and is encouraging kids to read during summer break.
Report: NYC Public Libraries In Poor Physical ShapeAbout $1.1 billion is needed to fix things like broken air-conditioning and other problems at the three city library systems, the report said.
Comptroller Scott Stringer To Audit New York City Library SystemsNew York City Comptroller Scott Stringer's office is auditing the Big Apple's three library systems after a newspaper report suggested the Queens system has been wasteful with taxpayers' money.
Brooklyn Nanny Starts Petition After Learning Adults Can Watch Legal Porn In Public LibrariesCrystal Brister is on a mission to protect children from seeing pornography at the library after her own awful experience.
Queens Library Becomes First In NY Public Library System To Lend E-ReadersUnder the pilot program, 50 e-readers preloaded with e-books will be available for check out at the library's Central Library in Jamaica, starting on Thursday.
New Machine At Brooklyn Public Library Allows Users To Publish Own WorkExpresso Book Machine allows people to print books on demand and easily print and publish their own books and other works.
NYC Libraries Warn Of Consequences From $90 Million Funding CutNYPL President Paul LeClerc said that school children would be hurt the most by the proposed cuts.
Officials: Watching Porn At NYC Libraries Falls Within First Amendment RightsIt’s the last thing you'd expect to find at New York City’s public libraries. But find it you will -- pornography.