One of the best things about attending conferences is meeting others and being inspired by their work. This happened for me today in a big way when I visited the temporary storefront library in Boston’s Chinatown, which has not had a permanent branch library since 1956! A group of us from APALA received a great tour from Sam Davol and Amy Cheung, who are two of the amazing people behind the entire project. From what I saw and heard, it was so clear that the project was driven by a spirit of service, courage (not afraid to take risks!), fun, and, most of all, a deep concern for the library’s community. There’s a lot the rest of us “permanent” libraries can learn from this project!