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14 W 10th Street, Kansas City, MO 64105


North Kansas City Public Library selected as one of America's Star Libraries

North Kansas City Public Library has been recognized by Library Journal as one of America’s Star Libraries. This is the library’s first-ever selection for the prestigious honor. North Kansas City Public Library received a five-star rating and was ranked fifth in the entire nation among libraries with expenditures between $1,000,000 and $4,999,999. The rating is based on visits, program attendance, circulation, and public internet terminal use. (This year's selections are actually based on statistics from two years ago.) This is Library Journal’s fourth year rating 7,513 public libraries across the country. Only four libraries in Missouri (and 262 in the entire country) were selected as one of America’s Star Libraries. In Missouri, Mid-Continent Public Library (a three-star selection in their category), Kansas City Public Library (a four-star selection in their category), and Centralia Public Library (a five-star selection in their category) were also honored.

Kansas City Library event to feature Boulevard founder John McDonald

John McDonald, the man who has helped the Boulevard Brewing Company become the toast of Kansas City — and beyond — will share insights about the growth of his business at an event Wednesday night. Kansas City Public Library Director Crosby Kemper III will lead a conversation with McDonald, Boulevard's founder, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Kansas City's Central Library (14 West 10th St.). The evening begins with a 6 p.m. reception. McDonald (above, screenshot from, who was recently named the winner of the 2011 Brewers Association Recognition Award, started the brewery in 1989 and hand-delivered Boulevard beer to local restaurants in his pick-up truck. Today, his company employs over 90 people and is the largest craft brewer in the Midwest and the largest independent American brewer in Missouri. For those interested in attending the event, online registration is available.

The World's 18 Strangest Buildings—And Why We Love Them

9. Community BookshelfCity: Kansas City, Mo. Background: This funky building is the parking garage for Kansas City's Central Library. It features 22 book titles, which the Kansas City Public Library Board of Trustees selected from library members' suggestions. How It's Strange: This is another case of using huge realistic objects to catch the eye; the book spines measure approximately 25 by 9 feet. The book titles include The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes and Romeo and Juliet. Read more: The World's 18 Strangest Buildings - Community Bookshelf - Popular Mechanics

The World's 18 Strangest Parking Garages

Kansas City Public Library's Community BookshelfLocation: Kansas City, Mo. Background: Local readers nominated their favorite books to adorn the side of this parking garage turned Kansas City landmark. Why It's Unique: More of an oddity than an architectural innovation, each of the 22 spines of classic literature measures 25 feet by 9 feet and is sandwiched between two metal stairwells that act as the bookends. "In general, parking garages are something shoehorned in later, or something they hide behind a building," Tsupros says. However, this garage is front and center and draws people into the library. Read more: World's 18 Strangest Parking Garages -Kansas City Public Library's Community Bookshelf - Popular Mechanics