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Keith Kesler, Social Media Librarian, Public Relations Department


Photo of Barb from Crash Space Holding One of Her Creations with DTLA Mini Maker Faire Logo

Meet a Maker - Barb from Crash Space & reDiscover Center

November 13, 2018

Ahead of DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018 we are spotlighting a few of the Makers who will be joining us December 1.


Author Erin Kelly and her book Hello Universe

Representation Matters: An Interview with Erin Entrada Kelly

October 18, 2018

Erin Entrada Kelly, the author of the Newbery Award winning book, Hello Universe, spoke at the Central Library a few months ago as part of our Summer Author Series. Audience members wrote questions for Kelly on index cards.


young girl holding 2 prize cups

Final Stretch of Summer Reading

July 30, 2018

We’ve got less than a week to go for our Summer Reading Challenge. Completing the challenge this late in the game may appear daunting, but you’ve probably been racking up points without even knowing it. Visit an L.A. landmark? Give yourself 100 points.


a colorful yarn background with the text, yarn bomb artist in the foreground

Interview with a Yarn Bomb Artist: Jenny Brown's Snowy Day

November 03, 2017

A yarnbomb depicting Peter from Snowy Day is currently on display at the Silver Lake Branch Library until November 30, 2017. 


Instagram photo by user lalo_mezcales

City of Angels on Instagram

August 09, 2017

We asked visitors to our Central Library exhibit 


RuPaul

RuPaul Recommends

June 27, 2017

RuPaul spilled the tee on a few of his favorite books and movies at his Central Library talk.


National Library Week

Highlights from National Library Week

April 17, 2017

We had a blast during National Library Week! To celebrate we asked staff to tell us about a time they transformed a patron's life. These are great stories and they show how libraries meet the needs of the community.


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