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One Community Reads

A collaboration among the City Club of Cleveland, ideastream, Playhouse Square, and all nine local public library systems, One Community Reads is designed to broaden and deepen our appreciation of reading and to cultivate dialogue based upon a shared reading experience for the Greater Cleveland community. From January through March 2020, county residents are encouraged to read Palaces for the People by…

Business & Consumer Information

Business Insights: Essentials (CPL Cardholders) Business Insights: Essentials provides access to a wide variety of global business information including competitive intelligence, career and investment opportunities, business rankings, company histories and much more. Business Leader Profiles for Students (CPL Cardholders) Gale Reference Ebooks (formerly Gale Virtual Reference Library) – Covers 350 prominent individuals who have made significant contributions to business and…

Cleveland Public Library Hosts Free Citywide Street Festival

To celebrate Cleveland Public Library’s 150th anniversary and to thank the community for its longstanding support, the Library invites the public to a free, daylong street festival on Saturday, July 27 from 1:00 – 10:00 p.m. The CPL150 Street Festival will feature comedian Roy Wood Jr., a DJ set from DāM-FunK, and other high-profile performers, musicians, and artists, all as…

Reclaiming History at West Park Branch

Nearly a century ago, the famed Cleveland architecture firm Walker and Weeks constructed a building in a modified English Tudor style to serve as Cleveland Public Library’s West Park Branch. The building featured an elegant façade with red brick, stone trim, and a slate roof, while the interior offered high ceilings and tall, graceful windows. In the decades since its…

Of Cabbages and Kings: Eastman Branch Builds on a Strong Foundation

A bronze walrus statue stands outside Cleveland Public Library’s Eastman Branch at W. 116th and Lorain Avenue. Known affectionately as “Wally,” the sculpture has presided over Eastman since 1980, the year the building opened, and bears an excerpt from “The Walrus and the Carpenter” by Lewis Carroll: ‘The time has come,’ the Walrus said, ‘To talk of many things: Of…