Detroit Public Library
If you find yourself searching for knowledge in the city of Detroit, you will not have to look very far. The city is home to several libraries that are open to the public.
From America’s new cars and trucks launched in 2011, the Chevrolet Volt will become the most desired by future car collectors, according to a prediction by the Friends of the National Automotive History Collection.
A distinguished panel of experts are gathering in Metro Detroit on Saturday for a free public town hall meeting to help those who are facing foreclosure.
Initial Facebook feedback saying the library better not be paying for the Kiplatrick appearance, because it would be using their tax dollars.
With the possibility that six Detroit Public Library branches may close because of shrinking funds, some Detroiters are working to keep awareness and the doors to the libraries open.
Several community groups are joining together for “Cycle for Literacy,” a bike ride with one goal: saving Detroit’s libraries.
The Detroit Public Library has reversed course after saying it could close most of its neighborhood branches amid budget problems.
Detroit Library officials announced recently that because of a limited budget, they were looking at closing 18 neighborhood branches, but that number could be pared back.
Add Detroit Public Library to the list of utilities facing layoffs and downsizing due to a budget deficit over $10-million.
The author of the New York Times Bestseller, “The Immoral Life of Henrietta Lacks,” will be speaking at a special event in the Detroit Public Library on Saturday.