Impeachment Desserts, Dog-Friendly Libraries, & Temple's Tech | Around the Web, Oct. 4, 2019

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a library in Sicily helps Italians understand African migration to Europe, three libraries in Edinburgh trial dog-friendly days, and the Library of Congress serves a punny "peach mint" dessert.

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a library in Sicily helps Italians understand African migration to Europe, three libraries in Edinburgh trial dog-friendly days, and the Library of Congress serves a punny "peach mint" dessert.

The Library of Congress' cafeteria is serving up a punny impeachment-themed dessert. via The Week

Three Edinburgh libraries to trial dog-friendly days. via Edinburgh Paper

Here’s the tech powering Temple’s stunning new library. via Technical.ly Philly

The small library in Sicily that helps Italians understand African migration to Europe. via Quartz Africa

Libraries as Student Success Hubs. via Inside High Ed

Why do we say ‘surfing the internet?’ You can thank a librarian for that. via Syracuse.com

Prison Book Bans Called ‘Arbitrary and Irrational.' via New York Times

Pop culture library has romance fiction covered, features largest collection of its kind. via BG Falcon Media

An NYC Rap Icon’s Latest Hustle: Hip-Hop Coordinator…At the Library. via Narratively

How a Newspaper Article Saved Thousands of Black Gospel Records From Obscurity. via Atlas Obscura

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