Thank you for visiting the City Library website: slcpl.org! There are so many places to explore -- what will you discover today?
The City Library App is Now Available!
The City Library's app is now available in each of the App Stores for Apple, Android/Google, Kindle, and Windows Phone devices. With a variety of useful features, the app lets you connect to the Library while you're on the go.
SALT LAKE CITY – The Salt Lake City Public Library invites everyone in Salt Lake City, from art aficionados to those unfamiliar with performance art, to experience the 2014 Performance Art Festival, taking place October 17–18 at the Main Library.
This is the second annual Performance Art...
The House Oversight Committee held a hearing on Ebola on Friday morning. What did Congressman Jason Chaffetz have to say there? KCPW’s Roger McDonough posed that question to Thomas Burr, Washington Correspondent for the Salt Lake Tribune and author of Political Cornflakes – a daily,...
So the 2014 Utah Arts Festival happened this weekend, showcasing a lot of artwork, films, kids activities and whatnot, all under a blazing hot sun that wouldn't let up once. Despite the heat, this year was a damn fine festival with packed crowds ever
The Wednesday before Halloween, I found myself at Diabolical Records for the first time, surprised by the tiny crowd. I arrived promptly at 9 p.m. and could hear the first note struck from the alley, as Salt Lake’s Super 78 had taken the stage and began play. From that first tune I heard...
A teenage girl died Friday night after a vehicle she was in rolled near Willard Bay.
About 6:25 p.m., a black Toyota she was driving southbound on Interstate 15 drifted toward the center median. The 17-year-old swerved back to the right, then overcorrected to the left, causing the Toyota to spin...
An Orem man shot and killed his neighbor's pit bull after he says the dog attacked him.
An effort to ban corporate personhood in America through a local Salt Lake ballot initiative has been stopped, but city officials who support the measure say it's not over yet.
Workers at Keys on Main downtown have seen enough of the unexplained to question if some patrons have lingered beyond closing time for this life.
With Utah being among the highest in the nation for rates of autism, families will soon have a new place to turn for help.