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When Claire Dubuque first heard Matthew Tinsley’s name, she was in the Tea Room at the Boston Public Library with one of their mutual friends—who […]
David Leonard doesn’t fit the stereotype of the typical library guy: In the six years since taking the helm of the BPL, the former IT […]
As we enter our third month of quarantine, things are getting dire in my household. I’ve run out of all-purpose flour. I’ve run out of […]
Do you enjoy things that are free? Well, one, who doesn’t, and two, we’ve got good news for you. Thanks to a special partnership, your Boston Public […]
The mystery of whatever potential misbehavior three staffers at the Boston Public Library have gotten up to continues unabated. A reporter at the Boston Herald […]
Seriously, what is going on? Two days after the Boston Herald broke the story that three Boston Public Library employees had been placed on leave last month […]
LISTEN Berklee Summer in the City From five-string fiddling to jazzy Caribbean beats, the talented future stars of Berklee College of Music are putting on […]
In a city booming with tech startups, our decidedly analog libraries are finding new life. And books have almost nothing to do with it.
In the year since the Boston Public Library’s revitalized Johnson Building reopened to the public, the renovation project has amassed a collection of design and construction […]
Back in February, the Boston Public Library announced that it would give away a handful of dream weddings in its iconic McKim building. The ceremony would […]
Each year the Central Branch of the Boston Public Library has shown support for the Boston Pride celebration by flying pride flags off the McKim […]
The Boston Public Library announced today its 2017 Concerts in the Courtyard schedule. The program brings musical acts to the central library’s gorgeous courtyard, where twice a […]
In an age where traveling is often documented religiously on Instagram for all to see, good ol’ fashioned snail mail can be a welcome change of pace. […]
Race Against Extinction Earth Day 5K No matter if you’re a cheetah (a runner), a tortoise (a walker), or a gazelle (an inline skater), the […]
Maybe he proposed via Byron sonnet, e.e. cummings verse, or Mr. Darcy quote. Maybe your first date was to the Harvard Book Store, your first […]