Reference Librarian Adam Vorobok is taking you into the stacks and revealing the rare, the weird, and the wonderful vinyl records that can be found in the Library's collection in his latest "Tales from the Stacks" installment.
Library customer Mark Neeley's chance encounter with the mention of Cincinnati's 'Independent Eye' newspaper led to an exploration of the paper's archive and a massive digitization project with the Library. Read on to learn more about the paper and the project.
On November 10 and 11 the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center hosts events centered around commemorating the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht through music and storytelling. Read on for event information and resources about this history.
September 15 - October 15 marks Hispanic Heritage Month. We've rounded up some of our favorite books, movies, and music to honor our Latinx community members.
Local influencer, fashion blogger, and small business owner Rebecca Shakespeare Armstrong on her lifelong love of the Library and its many resources.
Contrary to most stories, this one begins with an ending. Vinyl records had reached their swan song in 1988 when CDs outsold them for the first time. Adapting to the times, the library began to purchase more CDs and devote floor space to them, banishing 17,500 LPs to the basement. There they slumbered on metal shelves…until now.
Many big-name artists are releasing their music online first as streaming becomes more popular. You don’t have to pay for a subscription or sit through annoying commercials to listen to these albums – you can stream them for free with your library card.
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 new 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.
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