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KC Library card holders now have another way to get the latest news about what's happening in our world – without a paywall. Digital access to The New York Times is now a part the Library's growing collection of free online resources.
 
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What’s Your KC Q? Library and KC Star Team Up to Find Answers
What do you want to know about our community? Beginning October 3, the Library and The Kansas City Star are combining resources to find answers to questions about regional topics ranging from the history of barbecue to the stories behind local landmarks. In a new partnership called What’s Your KC Q?, readers submit questions, the public votes on their favorites, and a team of librarians and reporters digs in and reports back with answers.
 
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 is National Voter Registration Day and all of our Kansas City Public Library locations are ready to register you to vote.
 
At the Kansas City Public Library, we’re so excited to report that our 2018 Summer Reading Program was one of our most successful ever.
 
It’s late summer, and the signs of autumn are swirling in the air: back to school, apple cider donuts, and football. Before any tailgating can get underway, fantasy footballers around the world need to assemble their squads. Among them is an elite group of Kansas City area librarians.
 
Cartooning pioneer Will Eisner helped develop a new style of visual storytelling: the graphic novel. Eisner's work is the focus of a Library exhibit currently on display at the Central Library: Will Eisner: The Centennial Celebration, 1917-2017. As part of the exhibit, the Library recaps a recent presentation about Eisner’s impact on artists and readers alike, plus we highlight some notable titles in our graphic novel collection – both physical and digital.
Cartooning pioneer Will Eisner helped develop a new style of visual storytelling: the graphic novel. Eisner's work is the focus of a Library exhibit currently on display at the Central Library, Will Eisner: The Centennial Celebration, 1917-2017. In conjunction, the Library recaps a recent presentation about Eisner’s impact on artists and readers alike, and we highlight some notable titles in our graphic novel collection – both physical and digital.
 

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