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.
Here at the Library, we're meeting the demand for online news content by providing digital access to numerous current-issue newspapers and magazines for free. Learn how to access it all now!
Welcome to the Silent Book Club where all you need is a book to read. Any book, any format, any chapter! No discussions and no worries about not enough copies for everyone. Just shut up and read!
The Library teamed up with Destiny Rescue to discuss recent trafficking trends, dispel myths, share stories from the field, and provide some concrete ways YOU can take action to help stop trafficking. Read on to learn more.
Paula Brehm-Heeger discusses the latest details for the Facility Master Plan which were released on January 7.
What if there was a space where community members could meet and participate in moderated discussions on hot button topics in a respectful, positive, and productive manner? This sounds like an impossible dream, but thanks to our partnership with the National Issues Forums Institute (NIFI) it's possible.
King Me is a photo-art series by artist and photographer Nina Wells, known in the art world as “ninamdot”. The King Me brand has expanded into bottled water. As part of the workforce development program at the Library, we were able to assist ninamdot with the various steps as she applied for a trademark for the business.
We've rounded up the top materials cardholders checked out from the Library in 2019. See if any of your favorites made the list!
Beginning January 17 and ending February 29, the Winter Checkout Challenge allows adults to experience much of what the Library has to offer from the comfort of their own home. Read on to learn more!
YWCA is on a mission to get Greater Cincinnati reflecting and discussing the effects of interpersonal and structural racism. To do that, they're turning to books. Read on to learn how the Library is partnering on this important initiative.
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