Culture Pass, a new initiative from New York City’s public libraries, will offer free admission to prominent cultural institutions around the city.
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Your New York or Brooklyn public library card gives you access to the Kanopy collection, focusing on indie films, documentaries, classics, foreign films.
Our critic on four notable performances from the past week, including huge headdresses, labors of love and philosophy in the library.
Paul Giamatti, Jeffrey Wright and Ashanti performed in “Hercules in Brooklyn,” a drama by Outside the Wire, which uses ancient texts to look at modern problems.
The Brooklyn Public Library has announced its first official cultural season, which also features Patti Smith and Medea Benjamin.
Coding class? Zumba? No longer just repositories for books, New York’s public libraries have reinvented themselves as one-stop community centers that aim to offer something for everyone.
In separate performances, one ensemble played a new work while the other group chose one from the 1990s.
Proposals to sell and develop library sites in Brooklyn are being met with the usual arguments, but the plans actually look promising.
The Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture at the Brooklyn Public Library will present readings by emerging African-born writers on Saturday at its central location.