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Taylor lorenz and Brian Merchant
Christopher Taylor, December 04, 2023

From a 19th-century worker rebellion against automation to the unlikely origins of social media, join us for a far-reaching discussion into technology, people, and power with authors Brian Merchant and Taylor Lorenz in a celebration of their newly published books.


Librarians wearing rainbow colored tshirts in front of a LGBTQIA banner
, November 21, 2023

Welcome to Rainbow Archives presented by the Los Angeles Public Library. In this podcast, we explore the remarkable journey of how the LA Public Library has championed services for the LGBTQIA community.


a person in a unicorn costume in front of a group wearing rainbow colored tshirts
, October 13, 2023

Welcome to Rainbow Archives, presented by the Los Angeles Public Library. In this podcast episode, we explore the remarkable journey of how the L.A. Public Library has championed services for the LGBTQIA community.


Lynne Thompson reading potery at an event
Lynne Thompson, December 13, 2022

As we approach the 2022 holidays—and the many ways we all celebrate it—folks are wondering what to gift their poetry-loving family and friends. What follows is a (necessarily incomplete) list of poetry collections that have been published in the second half of this year that you should consider.


Collage of poetry books by Black poets
Lynne Thompson, August 03, 2021

In June 2021, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the literary organization Cave Canem which was established to educate, promote, and support Black poets.


Pop art collage of Edgar Allan Poe
Marcia Melkonian, April 30, 2021

The Canoga Park Friends of the Library sponsored an amazing collaborative among Connectopod (a non-profit organization that uses podcasting as a vehicle to develop youth leaders and to instill an understanding of multiple points of view), Mr.


group of teens at the Canoga Park Branch Library
Marcia Melkonian, October 21, 2019

Summer programming at your local library can mean lots different things to lots of different people. This past summer at the Canoga Park Branch Library, the teens not only served lunch to community youth (as part of the Summer Lunch program), but really thought about what’s involved when preparing food.


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