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Can't choose between your love of chess and your love of teaching? You don't have to! Volunteer as a chess tutor at our Hunt's Point branch for Tuesday afternoons to pass on your knowledge to future chess masters. http://on.nypl.org/1baLWOs
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Invest in Libraries, Invest in New Yorkers! Our Mid-Manhattan Library staff is celebrating the last day of National Library Week, and you should too! There is no better time than now to help libraries get the crucial upgrades they need to serve their communities: vote for eligible branches on the NYC Participatory Budgeting ballot this week: http://on.nypl.org/1b4FJD3
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Imposter. Con man. Rip-off artist. Sham. They're all words for those who faking it is an occupation. Some of the phonies on this list are fictional, while some come straight from real life. Whether you're interested in teasing out the differences between appearances and reality or you just like a good thriller, our favorite scam stories will make you look at charming strangers in a whole new light. http://on.nypl.org/1H7vZUI
Whether you're interested in teasing out the differences between appearances and reality or you just like a good thriller, our favorite scam stories will make you look at charming strangers in a whole new light.
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Anyone can read like Don Draper with NYPL's Mad Men Reading List. How many of these titles have you read? http://on.nypl.org/1Jw945l
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For today's 30 Days of Poetry, @NYPL's Thomas Knowlton reads David Berman's "Self-Portrait at 28." #NPM15 http://on.nypl.org/1FsRdNO
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We can't stop gushing about our favorite female characters. Who are yours? http://on.nypl.org/1a5Um8n
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Can't choose between your love of chess and your love of teaching? You don't have to! Volunteer as a chess tutor at our Mott Haven branch for Tuesday afternoons to pass on your knowledge to future chess masters. http://on.nypl.org/1PYysF7
Current Opportunities Mentor a Middle Schooler Information Desk Volunteers BridgeUp Program Shelving Help Needed Teach Chess, Spanish, Knitting  or Crocheting Online Volunteers
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We love diverse books! Check out a few favorites. ‪#‎weneeddiversebooks‬ http://on.nypl.org/1JMVXgc
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How do we obtain "Tow Away Zone"
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Immigrant Heritage Week starts 4/17. Be sure to join one of @NYPL's many events honoring the immigrant experience! http://on.nypl.org/1aJto7d
Immigrant Heritage Week is a city-wide celebration that honors the experiences and contributions of immigrants in New York City.
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“What better occupation, really, than to spend the evening at the fireside with a book." - Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary

Happy birthday, Madame Bovary! The classic novel was first published on this day in 1857.
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the tough part is finding regions where real fire places are still readily available. A shame how fear filled of one of the most basic elements of life many have grown to be. 
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Sometimes, the perfect picture can say a thousand words. Here's how to find photos and images in the Library and beyond. http://on.nypl.org/1NWpDrI
A guide to photo and image collections in the library and others available online.
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Congratulations to former Cullman Fellows Sven Beckert and Greg Grandin for winning the Bancroft Prize! Beckert's Empire of Cotton: A Global History and Grandin's The Empire of Necessity have been honored for the "scope, significance, depth of research, and richness of interpretation they present in the areas of American history and diplomacy." http://on.nypl.org/1H1R2s7
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