March 4, 2011 Kee Malesky, NPR's longest-serving librarian, tells us about a strange goopy substance, the Suez Canal and an act of heroism in Egypt that had librarians worldwide cheering.
September 26, 2009 Banned Books Week is a time to celebrate the freedom to read.
July 8, 2009 The State Department Librarians come for a visit
June 15, 2009 NPR Librarians are at conference this week.
May 2, 2009 NPR.org writer Linton Weeks ventured into Library-land this week.
April 16, 2009 Paying tribute to a fierce fighter for the first amendment.
February 28, 2009 Print and online sources come in handy when looking for those perfect "Parting Words."
February 24, 2009 NPR Librarians host local Beta Phi Mu gathering.
January 31, 2009 Futuristic newsroom circa 1981
January 9, 2009 From Watergate to Miami, a news librarian who made a difference.
January 5, 2007 Occasionally, NPR changes the way we pronounce the name of someone in the news. In the case of alleged terrorist Jose Padilla, NPR had been pronouncing it puh-DILL-uh, and has changed to puh-DEE-yuh.
July 26, 2006 Over the last couple of weeks, I've heard people on NPR saying the name of that guerrilla group a lot of different ways. Is it HEZ -boh-lah or HIZ-boh-lah? Hez-boh-LAH or hez-BOH-lah? I asked NPR reference librarian and pronunciation maven Kee Malesky about it. Here's what she said: