While there's no tasting with a virtual program, you can still dive deep into the foods of Brooklyn's Jewish communities with an upcoming event.
The Brooklyn Public Library is outfitting the roofs of four southern Brooklyn literary emporiums with solar energy backup systems that guarantee the lights stay lit.
The six-hour “virtual exchange of ideas" will feature a number of talks, panels and musical performances and part of a larger global event.
A new limited-edition library card will be launching in celebration of Juneteenth 2021 and artists are being encouraged to submit their designs this month.
Brooklyn Public Library's Wolcott Street stacks were supposed to undergo a $15 million revamp starting this fall to flood proof the building and add space for area bookworms.
The project has been years in the making, further delayed by the arrival of COVID-19.
The center will be located at the historic society's treasured 1881 Brooklyn Heights headquarters and will offer new virtual programs and digital resources.
The six branches across the borough will be newly open for limited service with restricted hours.
Patrons won't be able to browse but will pick up books checked out online or by phone, reports our sister pub Brooklyn Paper.
A special edition of the Brooklyn Public Library Story Time program brings actor and activist Gbenga Akinnagbe to chat about activism.