The magazine rack at the New York City Public Library.
(AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)The magazines and other titles that used to be on the rack at New York’s public libraries have been put up for sale, along with the magazines and magazines they are related to.
The New York Public Library has about a dozen magazines on its rack, and the city has more than 3,000 books and other publications on its collection.
The racks are part of a plan to turn the libraries into retail outlets.
But for many, the idea has the potential to be a nightmare.
In the past few years, libraries have seen their circulation fall.
Last year, the New England Association of Library Departments reported that the library service lost 2.4 million patrons.
A recent report by the Library Association of Greater Boston also suggested that the number of people who visited libraries each year had fallen to 1.8 million.
The New York libraries are not the only institutions seeing an exodus.
The Federal Communications Commission recently ordered all wireless internet providers to create new broadband networks that would enable the city to provide faster speeds for the libraries.
The city is also looking to attract more people to its libraries, with plans to host a free concert at the Public Library of Greater New York on Oct. 2.