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Preliminary FY21 Budget Once Again Targets IMLS, Cultural Agencies, Education

Days Before Planned Strike, Cleveland Public Library and Union Reach Agreement

Ottawa Library-Archives Joint Facility; New Commons at Babson College; Connected Facilities in St. Charles, IL; and a New Home for Meridian Library District’s unBound | Branching Out

Building Kobe Bryant’s Bookshelf: Q&A with LA Public Library’s Keith Kesler

Music City Meetup | PLA 2020 Preview

George F. Coe, Gayle Hunter Holloman, Kathelene McCarty Smith, and More Library People News

Crosby Kemper on Becoming the Next Director of IMLS

A Tale of Two Hayden Libraries (ASU and MIT), New Property for Deschutes, and a Multiyear Project Launch in Cincinnati | Branching Out

Promoting Digital

Merchandising Your Collection

6 Design Challenges from Austin | Design Institute Austin

FY20 Budget Passes Senate, House, Boosts IMLS Funding

Future Flexible | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Central Library, Tulsa City-County Library, OK | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Half Moon Bay Library, San Mateo County Libraries, CA | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Ives Squared Library, New Haven Free Public Library, CT | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Varina Area Library, Henrico County Public Library, VA | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Dayton Main Library, Dayton Metro Library, OH | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Advanced Learning Library, Wichita Public Library, KS| New Landmark Libraries 2019

Union County Carnegie Library, SC| New Landmark Libraries 2019

Weber County Main Library, Weber County Library System, UT | New Landmark Libraries 2019

New Landmark Libraries 2019

Mitchell Street Branch, Milwaukee Public Library, WI | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Tukwila Library, King County Library System, WA | New Landmark Libraries 2019

Hayward PL, Yale's Bass Library, and a New Main Library at Charlotte Mecklenburg | Branching Out, December 2019

Three Libraries Complete NYLA Sustainability Certification Program

Meeting Room Policy Protests in Toronto, Vancouver

Library Denied Access to New York Times Online

Director Recruitment and Trustee Considerations

The Year in Architecture 2019

Taking the Long View | Year in Architecture 2019

Defining Spaces | Year in Architecture 2019

Raising the Roof | Year in Architecture 2019

Taking It Outside | Year in Architecture 2019

Opposites Attract | Year in Architecture 2019

Public Libraries Data | Year in Architecture 2019

Where Function Meets Fabulous | Year in Architecture 2019

Architects | Year in Architecture 2019

Branching Out, November 2019

Libraries Do Well at Polls, New Funding Lags

Hunters Point Library Confronts Accessibility Issues


Remembering Bill Ptacek, Calgary Public Library’s Visionary CEO

NYPL’s Lions Get a Makeover


Horror Writers Association, Library Journal, & Partners Announce Second Annual Summer Scares Reading Program

Driven by Civic Goals, Sacramento Public Library Wins Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize


UK Libraries Receive £125 Million in Additional Funding

Jason Kucsma: Moving Forward Through a Difficult Transition

Palatine Public Library's Clear and Simple Message | Marketer of the Year 2019


St. Paul Public Library's Fine (Free) Thing

Is It Working? Measuring Workforce Development in Libraries


Library Leaders Call for Better Communication with Publishers Over Ebooks at Baker & Taylor Summit

Inside Queens Public Library's New Jewel Box at Hunters Point | Editorial

Nothing Passive About It: Self-Directed Programming

Thriving Together | Best Small Library in America 2019


Not Small Change: Honey Grove Library & Learning Center | Best Small Library in America

Building Bridges: Whitehall Public Library | Best Small Library in America

2020 Census Offers Opportunities for Library Involvement

NILPPA Builds Framework for Understanding Programs

Christina McPhillips of Carl Bloom Associates on Marketing Firms for Library Boards

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Staff Votes To Unionize

Washington State Library Systems Collaborate To Help Local Voters

Cynthia Landrum Sees IMLS from Both Sides

Some Alaska University Cuts Rolled Back, Public Libraries Still Threatened

U.S. Public Libraries Serve as Cooling Centers in Extreme Weather


Vital Havens | Editorial


New Boston Public Library Fund Raises $6 Million

Mission By Design | Design Institute Columbia, SC

4 Design Challenges from Richland | Design Institute Columbia, SC

Changes to Leander PL Policies Spark Controversy

Get the Word Out


Up for the Count? | Editorial

How Diverse Are Our Books?

Library Ideas to Launch AR/VR-enhanced Children’s Books

In Win for Advocates, New York City Libraries Secure $33 Million Funding for FY20

Mental Wellness

Brian Bannon: From Chicago to New York

Library Journal Announces the Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize

LA County Library Is Library of the Year 2019

Declare Funding Independence | BackTalk


Engaging Conversations | Field Reports

Ontario Libraries Face Deep Budget Cuts to Provincial Services

Sari Feldman Gets Ready to Transform (Again)

Huntsville-Madison Maker Space Creates Parts for International Space Station Project


Measuring Diversity in the Collection


Not Just Narcan

The Influencers | Editorial

Defeating Bullies and Trolls in the Library Conference Examines Harassment, Doxxing


Innovative, Sustainable Design Earns Six Libraries 2019 AIA/ALA Building Awards


Toledo Lucas County Installs News Literacy Browser Extension


LJ Reviews The Public


Branching Out, March 2019

In It Together | Editorial


Baltimore Libraries Launch Entrepreneur Academy

OCLC Selects 15 New Participants for Smart Spaces in Small Libraries

LJ Seeks New Landmark Public Libraries


Center for an Urban Future Examines Libraries’ Place in Tech Skills-Building

More Service Than Circ

Circ Shift


Stable Support

Genderful! for the Next Generation | Programs That Pop


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