MPR: In Minnesota libraries, community is part of the collection

Among the many ways in which libraries are different these days, here’s one: They’re not very quiet. For example, Rondo library, just off Dale Street in St. Paul, is a busy place on a weeknight. Kids run around; meeting rooms are full of people taking ESL classes or getting homework help. Patrons browse rows of books, DVDs and vinyl, and others use the computers to play games, research or get work done.
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