In their book What the Signs Say: Language, Gentrification, and Place-Making in Brooklyn, sociolinguist Shonna Trinch and anthropologist Edward Snajdr explore
Feast on a selection of historical images and anecdotes from the storied past of Brooklyn's Gage & Tollner restaurant as the establishment readies for a comeback.
Discover how brownstones became an iconic part of the Brooklyn landscape at an expert led book talk at the Brooklyn Historical Society!
Explore the history of Brooklyn through its built environment, and its planned structures that were never realized, with author Thomas J. Campanella!
Discover the history of 27 of NYC's most important buildings with author Sam Roberts at the Brooklyn Historical Society!
Before exterior walls were co-opted by faux-graffiti marketing and street art tours flooded the borough, Brooklyn fostered distinctive waves of
Learn how cities like NYC drastically changed after World War II at an expert led conversation at the Brooklyn Historical Society!
From a hidden parlor to a rare 16th century book, discover all of the secrets of the Brooklyn Historical Society, accumulated over more than 150 years!
Discover the hidden world's buried beneath our feet at a book talk with author and explorer Will Hunt, moderate by Untapped Cities founder Michelle Young!
Learn about the history and cultural significance of NYC's oysters at a special talk with experts at the Brooklyn Historical Society!