Join us in reading "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" by Michael Chabon and exploring the theme Heroes: Real & Imagined.…
The author, practicing Catholic and feminist scholar discusses her latest book Thursday, September 18 at Harold Washington Library Center.
We’re celebrating Read an eBook Day on Thursday, September 18. Visit us in person or online for help getting started with eBooks.
The annual MacArthur fellows have been announced, and as usual, reading about the winners is inspiring and even intimidating (statistical analyses?…
Yo-ho-ho mateys, arrrr ye ready!? September 19 is Talk Like a Pirate Day!
September 18 marks the 125th anniversary of Hull House, the settlement that worked on immigration, labor reform, women's issues and more.…
#TBT to your worst neighbor ever, via 1908 Chicago Examiner: "Roosters May Crow at Will, Says Judge" #http://t.co/es9Mj5zHOw
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Maggie recommends novels that have contributed to her understanding of Hispanic heritage and culture.
This month's recommendations from Chicago Public Library's collection development librarians.
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Commemorate America's most important document during Constitution Week with these titles that address its meaning and its legacy.
White Sox first baseman and team captain Paul Konerko is retiring from the game. Bid him farewell with these reads about the glory days.
CPL Foundation Junior Board hosts a cocktail party! Join the lively discussion of the One Book, One Chicago theme, Heroes: Real & Imagined.…
Check out exhibits by Sue Armstrong Arends and Michael Banning through October 24 at Harold Washington Library Center.
Nervous about paying for college? Explore our recommendations focusing on how to get student financial aid, win scholarships and avoid debt.
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