Category Archives: New York Public Library

Critic’s Notebook: The Best Architecture in New York of 2016

The Times critic Michael Kimmelman reflects on how architects have changed New York City this year, making it more livable, humane and energizing.

Adding Classes and Content, Resurgent Libraries Turn a Whisper Into a Roar

Coding class? Zumba? No longer just repositories for books, New York’s public libraries have reinvented themselves as one-stop community centers that aim to offer something for everyone.