New York Public LIbrary

Recent Headlines
Inwood »

The Inwood branch is the first to collaborate with local schools and parents. 

Midtown »

Jodi Picoult, Paula Hawkins and Harper Lee were the top three most checked out authors in 2015.

Williamsburg »

Some locations will be extending their hours to stay open seven days a week.

Midtown East »

In honor of Banned Books Week, we investigate the history of New York's book-banning, anti-vice society.

Midtown South »

Tickets for  New Yorker Festival  events and talks at the New York Public Library go on sale Friday.

Midtown »

Branches will be open longer and four will be open seven days a week, sources said.

Washington Heights »

DNAinfo made a list of novels, memoirs and children's books set Uptown.

Upper East Side »

The East River waterfront and the Roosevelt Island Public Library will receive funding.

East Harlem »

The library was closed to undergo renovations including a new HVAC system, a library spokeswoman said.

Midtown »

What did your place look like in the 20s or 30s?

Central Harlem »

Macomb's Bridge Library and George Bruce Library are closed while they get new floors. 

Clinton Hill »

Dinanda Nooney shot more than 150 homes in areas like Park Slope, Gravesend and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Washington Heights »

The libraries are seeking residents to share their stories about Washington Heights and Inwood. 

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Riverside Language Program will likely close by September if it can't get emergency funding.

Greenwich Village »

Commissioner Bill Bratton will participate in World Read Aloud Day at the Jefferson Market Library.