The Library is run by people working in many different roles and they’re all helping community members with much more than book recommendations. Our series "Spend a Day with a Library Worker" takes you inside the lives of different Library staff members and follows them on a typical work day.
In honor of the first annual "TeenTober" the Downtown Main Library's TeenSpot asked teens to give their book, eBook, and audiobook recommendations for fellow teenagers. (And a few from the Librarians too, because they couldn't resist!)
Reference Librarian Adam Vorobok is taking you into the stacks and revealing the rare, the weird, and the wonderful materials that can be found in the Library's collection.
Downtown Main Library Children's Librarian Mariah Kennedy-English was homeschooled until 7th grade. Learn how this experience led her to create the new Homeschool Hands-On STEM event series at the Library.
Cincinnati's first Black Librarian isn't who it was originally thought to be. Reference Librarian Keloni Parks uncovers the true history, exploring her life, career, and legacy.
Norwood Children's Librarian, Katheryn Toren-Jones talks about how bringing Special Needs Family Night to the Library became both a personal and professional mission.
It turns out you don't need a time machine to revisit all the mysteries of the past. Information & Reference Manager Ben Lathrop is here to explain why.
In 2015 the MakerSpace opened at the Main Library. Since then, makers from across the region have come to create. One of those makers is local artist and educator Lindsey Whittle. Her work is on view at the Contemporary Arts Center, where you can see the entrance of the space covered in colorful window clings printed in the MakerSpace.
April 9 is National Library Workers Day. We handed Library workers love notes from customers to read on camera and filmed their reactions. The result? All the feels.
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