East Liberty

EA-12, East Liberty Branch, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Open Today

  • Sun. Closed
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Accessibility

Fully ADA Compliant

Bus Routes

71A, 71B, 71C, 74, 75, 77, 82, 86, 87, 88, 89

All bus routes are subject to change. Please visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County for up-to-date schedules.

Parking Options

  • Meter
  • Bike

Renovated to include a 9,000-square-foot addition, this large, environmentally friendly space welcomes the East Liberty community through its collections, meeting rooms, children’s area and a dedicated teen space! It’s also home to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Heritage Collection.

  • Public Computers
  • Free Wifi
  • Wireless Printing (small fee may apply)
  • Copier (small fee may apply)
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • Community Garden (seasonal)
  • The Labs
  • Exterior Book Return (for after hours returns)

Events

Latest From the Library

EA-12, East Liberty Branch, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Documentary Premiere: RIP Letterpress, A 3D Video by Ken Love

Mon., Jul. 25
Remember watching the old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette presses through the windows on the Boulevard of the Allies? In this technologically innovative documentary 3D film by celebrated photographer and documentary filmmaker Ken Love, with 3D content remastering by Rembrandt3D, see behind the glass of a story that follows the paper on its serpentine journey through the presses, history and technological change.
EA-12, East Liberty Branch, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Armchair Philosophy

Tue., Jul. 12
I love reading accessible philosophy, the stuff that takes philosophy out of the ivory tower. Here are some things I've read and watched lately that have been of particular interest.

Staff Picks

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City of the Lost

When Detective Casey Duncan has an opportunity to protect her best friend from her abusive husband while also hiding from her own dark secret, she jumps at the offer.  When the two move to a secluded town operated by an anonymous Council, everything is not as idyllic as it seemed.  As murders mount up and more secrets are uncovered, every friendship is called into question…
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Lost in the Taiga

I recently went fishing for the first time in nearly two decades.  In order to get to the desired fishing spot along a wide local creek in the area, three friends and I had to traverse a well worn path etched into the hillside.  While the path was wide enough for a single person to walk without brushing by much vegetation, one had to be…