Construction on the project halted in March but resumed on May 4, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
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.
Her determination and advocacy prowess spawned a green movement in the neighborhood.
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.