On Saturday anybody who bought books during the sale can bring them to the parking lot across the street for treatment.
Kristy Raffensberger spends about an hour every day inside of a glass case in an effort to raise awareness about a proposed $47-million budget cut that would affect the library.
A settlement was announced Tuesday in a lawsuit over the seizure of the Occupy Wall Street library at Zuccotti Park.
A library in the Bronx was turned into a maternity ward thanks to a baby that surprised everyone.
At around 4 p.m. Monday, a 10-year-old girl was sexually abused inside of the Queens Borough Public Library located at 158-21 Jewel Ave. in Flushing, police said.
We’re all “New Yorkers,” but we come from every imaginable place on earth – and speak more than 138 languages. Maybe it’s time we learned more than just one
Brother Lawrence Gordon took a plea deal to avoid jail time. He’s been fired by the Mount St. Michael Academy, an all-boys school.
The girl said she was reading on the floor when a man tried to engage her in small talk and then grabbed her feet.
Ditch your e-reader and curl up with a good book. Here are the five best independent book stores in New York City.
It’s the last thing you’d expect to find at New York City’s public libraries. But find it you will — pornography.
Camden County plans to take over the Ferry Avenue Branch. The main branch downtown could be closed and replaced with a space carved out of Rutgers University’s Robeson Library.
A racy new ad campaign for the clothing company Diesel — created at the Brooklyn School of Law — is causing some controversy. The ad features scantily clad models playing peek-a-boo in the stacks of the serious study space.
There are many advantages to visiting your local library, one of which is the cost (free). Here are some great libraries with free events, classes and (of course) books! Bronx Library Center http://www.nypl.org/locations/bronx-library-center 310 East […]
A New Jersey school library is getting a facelift, courtesy of some area workers, as WCBS 880′s Levon Putney reports.
Sure, sure, we don’t actually need bookstores anymore. The advent of e-readers like the Kindle, Nook, and iPad have sort of made cutting down trees a necessity of the past.