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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The library on 10th Avenue is one of seven in the city offering the introductory coding course.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Upper West Side »

Looking for something to read this summer? Try these books featuring an Upper West Side hook.

Utopia »

With the spring semester winding down, we've got some advice for soon-to-be college graduates.

Inwood »

Is your kid a would-be sleuth? The New York Public Library has some reading recommendations for them.

Inwood »

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

Melrose »

The library will close for renovations on Feb. 5 and reopen on Feb. 16.

Upper East Side »

The East 67th Street library will record memories of growing up on the Upper East Side.

Long Island City »

Participate in a tasty cook-off, learn about our nationwide hunger problem, and enjoy a burlesque show.

Fordham »

A Kaplan book to prepare people for the TASC was the No. 1 checked-out book in The Bronx this year.

Morrisania »

A sign in the library's bathroom strongly warns patrons against snatching any of the tissue.

Williamsburg »

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

Midtown »

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

Midtown »

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

Clinton Hill »

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