Gov. Murphy: Museums, Aquariums, Libraries To Reopen On July 2; NJ TRANSIT Close To Return To Full Weekday ServiceMore businesses will be allowed to open in New Jersey just before the Fourth of July holiday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Wednesday.
Publisher Looks To Limit Libraries' Collection Of New E-Books For Loan To ReadersStarting Nov. 1, library systems will only be allowed to purchase one copy of publishing giant Macmillan’s new titles in e-book format.
The Experience At Local Libraries Has Changed -- It's Now About People More Than BooksSeptember is not only the beginning of the school year, it's also the month parents are reminded to sign their kids up for a library card.
New York State Libraries Hoping To Influence The Public With Dedicated Going Green InitiativesYou may notice at your local library things looking a little greener, and we are not talking about the color of the books.
NYC Libraries With Amazing Children's RoomsHelp kids learn to love words!
5 Best Activities For Kids In Lower ManhattanThis neighborhood offers tons of things to occupy, dazzle, and delight the wee ones in your life, from parks to playgrounds and museums.
Tri-State Area Libraries, Other Venues Host Events For Banned Books WeekReadings, discussions and other activities were under way this week for Banned Books Week, an annual series of events intended to highlight what organizers call the freedom to read.
5 Ways To While Away A Rainy Afternoon In NYCLet it rain! Here are five great ways to pass the time during a rainy day.
Brooklyn Libraries Can't Beat The Heat, Shut Down Over AC ProblemsTo help beat the heat many New Yorkers are rushing to local libraries, but the severe heat has actually shut down several libraries in Brooklyn.
Volunteers Head To NYC Libraries For 'Love A Library Day'Volunteers were gathering at New York City libraries Saturday to enroll people of all ages in the 2013 Summer Reading Program and register them for library cards.
Big Apple Heat Wave Packs Steamy Punch; Another Scorcher On Tap For ThursdayIt's so hot, we could shatter records set more than seven decades ago. The blazing sun made it feel like 100 degrees on Wednesday and it's not over yet.
NY Libraries To Get Sex Predator Awareness VideoA new video coming to libraries statewide shows the faces of four sex predators, men who became nightmares for parents after winning their trust and access to their children.