From the Country
Washington, D.C.: Congress has gotten involved in a change the Library of Congress wanted to make with subject headings.
Chicago, IL: The Chicago Public Library has teamed up with theater productions in the city to maintain an archive of recorded performances.
Ithaca, NY: A joint digital humanities project out of Cornell University takes a closer look at fugitive slave ads. The project itself may be viewed here.
Hattiesburg, MS: University of Southern Mississippi Libraries’ Special Collections completed work on the Evelyn Gandy Archive.
Tucson, AZ: An internship program at NASA makes archived scientific data more available to researchers.
From the World
Birzeit, West Bank, Palestine: a new museum here will open...without exhibits.
Milton Keynes, England, UK: An archive documenting one of the first major hacks and the legal case surrounding it in the UK is now at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park.
Łódź, Poland: A film based on the Ringelblum Archives
, documenting Jewish life in Poland before World War II, has started production.
Seoul, Korea: The city of Seoul Archives will be moving into brand new digs in 2018.
Norfolk, England, UK: A collection of materials documenting US Airmen in England during World War II is now available online.
Oświęcim, Poland: Hidden jewelry was found in the base of a mug at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum during preservation work.
From the Blogosphere
The BBC was hit hard by public outrage when they announced they were going to close a popular recipe archive website.
Librarians and Archivists Beware! Back in the day, abuse of tea could get you placed in a mental institution according to new records in Scotland.