With most public programs cancelled for the spring season, cultural organizations, performance venues and bookstores are stepping up to make as much programming accessible online as possible.
The libraries, archives and other cultural institutions may be closed, but if you need a little dig through history to distract you there are plenty of resources online to provide the service.
The sweeping historic Brooklyn collections of both will be combined at BHS' treasured 1881 Brooklyn Heights headquarters, a landmark inside and out.
The next count is set to kick off this spring and BHS is diving into the history and impact of the census with a special lecture series.
Curious about the history behind a building but not sure how to leap into research?
How should we define affordability when discussing housing in New York City?
Mingle with history advocates and enthusiasts while taking in some waterfront views at the Brooklyn Historical Society's fourth annual gala.
Writers, activists and historians will join in dialogue at BHS on discriminatory practices in housing in the past and the present.
Go down the rabbit hole of online history hunting in a new way with some Brooklyn-themed videos.
Have you wanted to dive into historic records to find out the true story of your Brooklyn abode but weren't sure where to start?