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A New Exhibit at the Library Celebrates the Stories Behind Weird Collections of Stuff

From matchbooks to a life-size elephant made of nuts, 21 Collections brings together odd ephemera
To Live and Dine in L.A.

L.A. Library Foundation Launches “To Live and Dine in L.A.” Menu Project

The multi-platform exhibit will highlight Los Angeles restaurant culture using a historic collection of over 9,000 menus

Moby Dick Beaches Itself on L.A.’s Shores: 5 Ways to Cram for the Book

Save the excuses. We know you didn’t read Moby Dick. That’s why we’ve put together a cheat sheet to prepare you for the “What Ever Happened to Moby Dick?” event series

From the Dream-Stuffed Briefcase of Abraham F. Frankenstein

Composer/pianist Van Dyke Parks and music historian Josh Kun headlined an evening delving into L.A.'s often overlooked sheet music history.

“Wild” Card: A Q&A With Cheryl Strayed

The advice columnist and New York Times best selling author charmed the audience at Library Foundation Los Angeles’ ALOUD event last night. She answers a few more of our questions here.