Do you get the newspaper delivered to your home? How about magazines? If you do or even if you don't, not to worry the Library does. We have weekly newspaper subscriptions to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and of course the Danbury News Times. We keep these newspapers as back issues for several months to provide a resource to patrons. We also subscribe to Barrons, Fairfield County Business Journal, the Sunday CT Post, Connecticut Guardian, Newtown Bee, Arts and Antiques and several more. Stop on by the Second Floor of the library to read any of these great newspapers or their supplemental magazines. Love crosswords and puzzles? Make a copy of them and bring them home to do or finish them here while watching the train go by. Catch up on the latest financial news or just see what's happening this weekend.
While you're here checking out the newspapers take a look at our current magazines, with titles from Martha Stewart to Money from Boy's Life to Mad we have subscriptions to nearly 100 magazines. While the newest issue is kept in the building all back issues can be borrowed. With this many magazines we have something for everyone. Looking for reviews of new products, check out Consumer Reports.
What's new in the world of science, Scientific American or Popular Science. Enjoy nature, National Geographic. Looking for recipes or tips on entertaining, Good Housekeeping or Cook's Illustrated.
Whatever you are into the library has a magazine or publication for you.
You can even access some of our titles digitally. Looking for an article from the New York Times, you can search all the way back to 1851. Looking for something a little more local try the Hartford Courant, America's oldest continuously published newspaper is available all the way back to1764. Check out our databases, you can search from home after entering your library card number. Looking for product reviews on the go, login to Consumer Reports through our website and find out which product they recommend. Love national Geographic, but cannot keep all those great issues, don't worry we have it digitally all the way back to 1888. Stop by the reference Desk on the Second floor to learn more about these great resources or ask us to look up something for you.