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Local photographer, advocate, and Korean adoptee James Tecco (Jee Dong-soo) shares his journey to embracing his identity and provides reading materials to commemorate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Get a glimpse into what other Library community members are reading from our eBranch while Library buildings are temporarily closed.
Our Social Media Specialist, Austin Winters, put together two handy how-to videos to guide you through selecting the Library's eBook and eAudiobook services that are right for you.
If you aren’t able to attend the Stern Lecture Series to listen and learn from Bryan Stevenson in person, we have plenty of other ways for you to engage in his work to end mass incarceration, institutionalized racism, and economic oppression.
The Ride & Read program allows Metro riders of all ages to spend their commute with a good book, no matter the format. Think of it as a bus book club!
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.
Something magical happened on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at about 6:30 p.m. It may have seemed like a typical weeknight to you. But one Hyde Park woman set a record by simply downloading an audiobook from the Library’s eBranch and Overdrive.
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