Graphic novels have developed beyond an underground following and taken the publishing industry by storm. These books are not the funny pages in your local pape
Creative Experience presents a new virtual Recording Room orientation to get you started with your recording projects.
Many have seen the breathtaking architecture and ornamentation that lies inside Central Library, but have you seen nature’s beautiful architecture
Learn more about Blender, a free, customizable, and open source 3D creation software for animation, 3D editing, and more!
Visiting the library has changed, along with everything else in the world. At the Patent & Trademark Resource Center, we are happy to continue offering help wit
St. Louis Library (SLPL) is tackling the COVID-19 Slide is with remote summer camps. In-person camps may not be available this year, but the SLPL Youth Services team is able to offer 54 diverse camp experiences through an online format or through camp kits mailed to homes.
More than ruining your backyard BBQ by whining in your ear and driving you mad with itching, mosquitoes also spread disease to more than 700 million people
Finding high-quality, royalty-free photographs for your creative projects is challenging. This three-part guide will help.
It's International Zine Month. Come into the library and check out some zines from the collection or browse the catalog, put some on hold and come and pick them
The St. Louis Public Library continues to serve our beloved communities in every way that we possibly can
The Battle of the Bulge was the last major German offensive of World War II began on 16 December 1944, when the German forces broke through Allied defenses in t
What happens when you bring back materials to the Library? We’re glad you asked! In this post, we explain what happens when you bring items back to us.
Being at home this month, I have had plenty of time to play games like Age of Empires I and II, and have also watched several let's plays on Total War: Rome 2.
Happy Truman Day! Truman day is a state holiday celebrated in Missouri in honor of President Harry S. Truman, the first president from the state. Truman was b
On May 5, 1920, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were arrested and charged with the murder of two men during a robbery in Braintree, Massachusetts. Their arrest was controversial, and the public reacted to what was perceived as anti-Italian and anti-Anarchist motives amongst the arresting police force. Over the past century, their case has been…
Thursday May 7 is Give STL Day, a day-of-giving in support of St. Louis area nonprofit organizations and their important missions.
Sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists, National Bike Month was established in 1956 and has been celebrating bicyclists every May since. Check out their
Quarantine fatigue isn’t just catchy phrase born of extended, enforced isolation. With COVID-19 pandemic social distancing and shelter-in-place orders dictating
This month, we're starting a new feature on our blog. We know our customers may visit one location more than others, so we thought we would take an opportunity to introduce our staff in our region.
Looking for your next quarantine project? Check out Lynda.com! Browse and view thousands of video tutorials for free with your St. Louis Public Library card!