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Washington Heights »

Public school students aren't the only ones enjoying a snow day.

East Harlem »

Officials plan to get feedback from the community on how to use the funds.

Inwood »

Libraries around the city will face off for a $20,000 prize.

Prospect Heights »

The spike comes days after Kellyanne Conway coined the phrase  "alternative facts."

Roosevelt Island »

The library system's second and third most popular books in 2016 definitely surprised us. 

Midtown »

The library will close in 2017 and reopen with a new terrace and other amenities, officials said.

Greenwich Village »

The spider descends from the library's tower every Halloween during the Village Halloween Parade.

Midtown »

The main branch of the NYPL has a new transport system for research materials, and it's awesome.

Midtown East »

The Rose Reading Room and Bill Blass Public Catalog room had been closed for restoration.

Astoria »

Future budgets will start with an automatic $43 million for the city's library systems, officials said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The "Community Oral History Project" has published nearly two-dozen neighborhood interviews online.

Mott Haven »

The Lit Bar could become more than a dream if its founder wins a $15,000 grant.

Midtown »

Winnie-the-Pooh and his pals are back on display at the Fifth Avenue branch.

Midtown »

The Ask NYPL line has been taking New Yorkers' calls since 1960, answering all kinds of questions.

Midtown »

The app will give access to NYPL's electronic library for on-the-go reading.