If you needed another excuse to spend a day in a historic record dive, Brooklyn Collection at Brooklyn Public Library has a new resource ready for you with the digitization of more than 900 high school newspapers.
This year's all-night event features more than 50 speakers and performers, including philosophers, musicians and economists.
The 50,000 square-foot expanse, now called L10 Arts and Cultural Center, will feature movie theaters, performance spaces, galleries and a public library branch.
The library will be getting a $15 million dollar makeover that will include upgraded flood protections, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Condominium declaration documents have been filed, paving the way for the arrival of the long-promised Brooklyn Public Library and cultural organizations.
If you've been wanting to clear out some tomes to make way for new reading material, the Brooklyn Public Library's annual book sale offers an opportunity to donate your used reading material for a good cause.
If you are still on the hunt for some summer reads to get you through the sweltering season, head to the annual Small Press Flea this month.
In a move sure to get history-loving hearts racing, Brooklyn Collection at Brooklyn Public Library is making more than 40 borough-specific newspapers available for online hunting.
Long in the works, it replaces an old one-story library at the site that was demolished in 2017.
For a brief time, roller disco ruled and while the doors to the Empire closed in 2007, the stories of the community that formed there left an indelible mark.