Starting May 31, the public sessions will solicit design ideas to honor the late gay liberation activist and celebrate the LGBTQ+ movement.
Wrap up Pride month by getting literary with two programs exploring Queer fiction and poetry.
A Brooklyn boy made good in an unusual profession in the 1920s, gaining celebrity while suppressing his identity.
The building’s existence is part of a controversial plan to lease NYCHA land to developers in exchange for cash to make repairs and build more apartments.
Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the Brooklyn Historical Society is bringing to life the story of the borough's queer history.