April 23 marks Library Giving Day, a part of National Library Week. Learn more about the ways funding from the Library Foundation supports the resources, programs, and events you love the most.
There are lots of ways you can celebrate Earth Day without leaving the house! Materials Selection Librarian Rebecca Quinones gathered some ideas.
In honor of National Library Workers Day, we're sharing some of the ways our staff members are going the extra mile to care for our communities.
Our friend Rebecca Shakespeare Armstrong at RJS Fashion teaches how to make no-sew and sewn cloth masks that the CDC recommends we all wear in public.
With people all across the world turning to streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu for comfort during social distancing measures, it seems especially timely to spread the word about Kanopy, the free movie streaming platform offered to Library cardholders.
No matter the size of your space, you can grow herbs, fruits, or vegetables from home. We've gathered resources to help you along the way!
While we may not be able to bring you the plush seats of a theater and the excitement of a night out, the Library can help you relive the glitz and glam of our city's theater-going past through our Digital Library and the eBranch.
In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain talks with educator, poet, youth advocate, and hip-hop artist Tim'm T. West about self-care in quarantine, moving back to Cincinnati, West's poetic memoirs, lessons from the AIDS crisis, creating community, and more.
More than 100 years ago, our city and our nation faced a pandemic similar in many ways to the one we face now. Our Genealogy & Local History department researched how Cincinnati responded to the outbreak and how those decisions of the past impact how we're approaching COVID-19 today.
April is National Poetry Month! Senior Library Services Assistant Clarity Amrein has lots of ways to help you participate and celebrate.
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