In honor of Immigrant Heritage Week, The New York Public Library is kicking off our second annual World Literature Festival (www.nypl.org/worldliteraturefestival) on Monday, April 11, 2022.
The New York Public Library is partnering with the online tutoring service Brainfuse to offer all New York area job seekers access to Brainfuse JobNow.
The New York Public Library from Harlem to Hollis has unveiled our Best Books of 2021 list.
The New York Public Library is pleased to offer online tutoring to provide families with homework help, enrichment activities, and remote learning support through our partnership with Brainfuse.
The New York Public Library’s Business Library, located at 188 Madison Avenue and 34th Street, will be hosting Financial Planning Day on April 26, 2018, sponsored by the Financial Planning Association.
The New York Public Library has unveiled our Best Books of 2022 list.
The New York Public Library’s new Macombs Bridge branch opened Thursday in Harlem following a $4.8 million project yielding a library that is five times the size of the branch it’s replacing.
The New York Public Library system which covers the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island has unveiled its top book checkouts of 2018 systemwide.
Harlem history deserves to be documented, preserved, and celebrated, and the New York Public Library started their Community Oral History Project to collect Harlem and surrounding Harlem stories from those who have lived them firsthand.
On May 17, 2023, a new chapter in the cultural tapestry of Harlem will be written as The New York Public Library proudly opens its latest Teen Center at Macomb’s Bridge Library.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Department of Education (DOE) Chancellor David C. Banks yesterday launched the citywide campaign, “New York City Reads.”
The New York Community Trust today announced $5.7 million in grants to 33 nonprofits from Harlem to Hollis that are working to improve lives in America’s largest city.
NH Collection New York Madison Avenue Hotel—the first NH Collection property to open in North America – just 40 minutes from Harlem, NY.
The American Negro Theatre (ANT) was co-founded on June 5, 1940, by playwright Abram Hill and actor Frederick O’Neal in Harlem, NY.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today took efforts to streamline the city’s civic engagement efforts by establishing the city’s first-ever Office of Engagement.