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Library Grab-and-Go (and Quarantine) Grows as New Yorkers Prove Hungry for Books

NYC’s three library systems are gearing up to reopen more branches for limited service, even as all returned items are sequestered for 96 hours.

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NYC Public Libraries Mull Grab-and-Go Book Pickup Service

Meanwhile, e-book purchases grow as officials serve readers’ immediate needs while preparing for a technological transformation hastened by pandemic.

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LIC Luxury Tower Leaves Behind People with Disabilities, Lawsuit Alleges

The federal discrimination suit against the Queens building marks the latest legal action stemming from the past decade’s development boom.

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Libraries Face Nearly $900 Million Shortfall to Fix Aging Buildings

Problems at the city’s 220 branches range from leaky roofs to broken heaters. Library officials struggle on priorities as patrons feel the brunt.

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