New York Times at BCPL
BCPL offers digital access to the New York Times both inside and outside the library, so you can enjoy it wherever you are!
Access allows you to read and explore all of the online New York Times, as well as use their Learning Network which provides resources for educators. You do not need a library card to access this, though you will need either a library card or a guest pass if you wish to use a public computer in the library to access it.
There are two ways you can access the New York Times.
Inside the library
While inside the library, connect to the internet by logging onto one of our public computers or through our Wi-Fi (our Wi-Fi is listed under bclibrary). You will need either a library card or a guest pass to use our public computers.
Navigate to: www.nytimes.com/register.
Register for an NYTimes account or sign in to an existing account.
Enjoy the NYTimes!
Outside the library
Click on this link: https://nytimes.com/subscription/redeem?campaignId=8LULH&gift_code=346dc9c3a3fb61c4 and then click Redeem.
Register for an NYTimes account or sign in to an existing account. You will need an email address to create an account.
You can now enjoy the NYTimes outside the library on your own device for 24 hours. After 24 hours you will need to click on the link again and sign back in to continue reading.
If you have any questions, contact us, and we're happy to help!
Are you looking for a printed newspaper to read?
While we don't currently offer a printed version of the NYTimes, we do have daily copies of Press & Sun-Bulletin and the Daily News. These can be found in the reference area.
You can also find archived newspapers on microfiche outside the Local History Room.
Looking for magazines?
We have archived print copies in our building, and you can also access digital magazines through Libby. Click here to learn more!