New York Public Library
The first fire was in front of the New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street at about 3 p.m. At about the same time, authorities received a 911 call about a trash can fire a block away on Madison Avenue.
Visitors to the New York Public Library have long been able to satisfy their thirst for knowledge and now they can satisfy their actual thirst and hunger with coffee, sandwiches and other snacks.
Anthony Marx was fined $500 and ordered to attend alcohol counseling and a driving program. His driver’s license will be revoked for six months.
Money is tight. Times are tough. You need help. But where to turn? How about the New York Public Library’s Money Matters program?
It was an unwelcome plot twist for an accused book thief caught scamming his way through Manhattan book shops. The suspect was indicted Friday.
If you’re under 18-years-old and have an overdue or missing book borrowed from a branch of the New York Public Library, there is some good news for you.
There are 140,000 kids who owe fines and the New York Public Library has found a way to help them pay it off and keep reading.
After a contentious budget session, lawmakers said they would not give the city’s teachers their first pink slips since the economic crisis of the 1970s.
NYPL President Paul LeClerc said that school children would be hurt the most by the proposed cuts.
At 100, the New York Public Library’s landmark Fifth Avenue building has nurtured generations of scholars and boasts treasures like a Gutenberg Bible and an early copy of the Declaration of Independence.
The marble lions which sit outside the New York Public Library are turning 100-years-old on Friday, and the New York City institution is marking the event with a celebration – full of LEGOs.
Move over Samuel Adams. Apparantly you’re not the only Founding Father with a penchant for beer.
It’s the last thing you’d expect to find at New York City’s public libraries. But find it you will — pornography.
The words of three religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are now side-by-side at the New York Public Library.
Some amazing area kids spent the summer of 2010 reading up a storm, and for all that hard work, they headed to Yankee Stadium to hang out with the player everyone’s talking about.