As a part of a Huffington Post series
called “Libraries in Crisis,” the Minneapolis Central Library
is featured as a cultural center.
Despite budget cuts, “more people than ever are visiting their local library,” the story states.
That point holds true at the Minneapolis Central Library, where the busy computer area, teen center, and New Americans Center show how library use is changing.
“Librarians across the country are looking to institutions such as this to show the way forward. For their part, the librarians here say their hope is that this library can be more of a cultural center than a book repository,” the story reads.