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NYPL's Seward Park branch sets out to lead discussions about the most important issue facing residents of the Lower East Side.
Failure happens. But, as Neil Gaiman says “If you’re making mistakes, it means you’re out there doing something.”
A Free Library of Philadelphia branch builds community through a local photography project.
Here's what LP Fisher Public Library learned when they brought storytime to the farmers' market.
Learning about the community's rich history provides a springboard to community engagement at a Manhattan library branch.
From animal photos to open textbooks, these links will help you find open educational resources for your students or patrons.
Big programs call for big marketing. Here's how one library promoted a huge series for older adults.
How did tiny Meservey Public Library get a free visit from a bestselling author? Two words: they asked.