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A story in partnership with PublicSource: Allegheny County’s public libraries are vital, sometimes noisy spaces

click to enlarge Daniel Hatfield, a volunteer with the Reading Buddy program, reads with Tyleah Williams, 7, at the North Side's Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. - CP PHOTO: JARED WICKERHAM
CP photo: Jared Wickerham
Daniel Hatfield, a volunteer with the Reading Buddy program, reads with Tyleah Williams, 7, at the North Side's Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
Paranormal tours, African drum lessons and video-game tournaments that have kids leaping from their seats with shouts of victory may not seem like typical library activities. Yet they’re all happening in Pittsburgh-area libraries.

Beginning with this week's cover story, Pittsburgh City Paper has begun a partnership with PublicSource, Pittsburgh's nonprofit digital-first news organization, in bringing our readers more local news stories. You can read the rest of this week's story by Meg St-Esprit in our print issue on stands this week, or online at PublicSource here: From wizards to mentoring, Allegheny County's public libraries are vital, sometimes noisy spaces.

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