A picture from our 2017-2019 Queens Hip Hop Pioneers Photo Exhibit, curated by MFidel Photography.
November is Hip Hop History Month! Join us and QPL Hip Hop Coordinator (and music legend) Ralph McDaniels all month long to celebrate hip hop and its legacy as a global force for… READ MORE
We asked QPL Hip Hop Coordinator Ralph McDaniels to talk about Ben Horowitz’s new book What You Do Is Who You Are and his upcoming author event with Horowitz on Thursday, February 13 at Central Library.
Ben Horowitz’s new book What You Do Is Who You Are asks the question: What… READ MORE
Queens Public Library is devoted to recognizing, documenting, and celebrating the history of hip hop culture, and we’re bringing a new six-month exhibit to Central Library this fall that honors three hip hop pioneers.
A Cypher in Queens features nine-foot-tall “audio sculptures… READ MORE
Ndaba Mandela, a 35-year-old grandson of legendary South African leader Nelson Mandela, came to the Library this fall to discuss his new book about his grandfather’s lessons.
Queens Library Hip Hop Coordinator Ralph McDaniels was excited to bring Mandela to Central Library for… READ MORE
We had a packed house on July 14 at Queens College’s Colden Auditorium for our 2nd Annual Battle of the Bands!
“These bands represent the best of the best,” said Queens Library President and CEO Dennis Walcott at the start of our show. “We’re going to have a great competition… READ MORE