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Check out this interview with LA Time’s science and medicine editor, Karen Kaplan, who will be featured in the new ALOUD on Science series’ first program!
“The library is a gathering pool of narratives and of the people who come to find them. It is where we can glimpse immortality; in the library, we can live […]
At its core, the public library is an enthusiastic collector: a repository of books, a keeper of history, a holder of information, a gathering place for all. Libraries collect to […]
Jonathan Gold contributed this essay about Saint Estèphe for the book To Live and Dine in L.A.: Menus and the Making of the Modern City. The book was part of […]
“This is the story of the most important and emblematic environmental and public health disaster of this young century. More bluntly, it is the story of a government poisoning its […]
“I think it’s useful to see the world not as things and people but as a series of approaches and options for ways to perceive them. Language is approximate—it is […]
As Hollywood wraps up a star-studded award season, there’s one more prize that all of Los Angeles can take pride in: for the fourth consecutive year, the Library Foundation of […]
African American Heritage Month is underway and to celebrate a special traveling exhibit recently opened at Central Library’s Getty Gallery. For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the […]