Sulzer Regional Library closed October 16 to November 5 for renovations.
What if all of Chicago read the same book? Eat, Think, Grow with us in 2016-2017!
To celebrate the acclaimed novelist's 75th birthday, Molly recommends titles sure to satisfy newbies and seasoned fans.
If you want the gist of Shakespeare's stories without decoding the "wherefore arts," try these new teen retellings of his famous plays.
Kids and parents, check out our latest picks for good reading.
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Anne recommends hit music of the early 2000s that played on her first iPod.
What songs did you listen to on your first device?
Chicago Ideas Week features a number of inspiring speakers, including the authors of these recent books.
recommended by ChiPubLib_Adults
Learn how to make healthy, affordable food choices at home and at the grocery store with this introduction to cooking and nutrition.
Kids, get ready for the new movie from the world of Harry Potter with these live animal events inspired by the series' magical creatures.
The co-founder of Chicago's Chess Records has died at 95. Explore the legendary R&B label's hits and history with these titles.
Do you love a good scare? Give yourself a fright with one of these terrifying titles.
Celebrate Food Day with a screening of documentary film Food Patriots and a conversation with the filmmakers Jeff and Jennifer Spitz.
Check out this month's recommendations from Chicago Public Library.
Curiosity belong to us all. The Library Foundation is dedicated to nurturing the curiosity of everyone who walks through the doors of CPL.
Chicago historian and urbanologist Max Grinnell will present a tour-du-table utilizing rare photographs, historic photographs, visual epheme...
Experts from The Pursuit Supply Company teach the basics of coffee roasting. Go through the process from green beans to roasted and ready t…
Learn about the 1893 World's Fair and the infamous H.H. Holmes in this event with Weird Chicago tour guide Eric Quamme.
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