April is National Poetry Month: the library is celebrating at all branches, and with programs for all ages.
Jessica Markowitz talks about the weekly Welcome Hub program is helping refugees in our neighborhood.
Maggie Killman talks about why we got rid of our Seed Library last year… and why it’s back.
Librarian Andrea Lynn talks about Hannah Rothschild’s The Improbability of Love.
Library Director Nancy Levin talks about Symphony for the City of the Dead by M. T. Anderson.
Julia and Amy Rosenbluth talk about the evolution of the 17 year long tradition, the Teen Poetry Slam.
Carole Wallencheck shares information about her upcoming program A Cultural History of Time.
Julia and Amia talk about Beyond: Our Future in Space by Chris Impey, subject of the next Nonfiction@Noble book discussion.
Charles Conwell, a senior at Heights High, is very close to qualifying to box against the world’s best athletes in Rio de Janeiro this summer.
Julia and LP talk about the Black Voices Matter series going on now at the library.