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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Flying High Over Greenpoint in a New Music Video

GREENPOINT - Can you see your house from here? A new music video from artist Tim Poovey, recording as Pink Slater, uses drone footage from over Greenpoint as the backdrop for his latest track,...

A Katie Merz Mural on Gentrification – White on Black

PROSPECT-LEFFERTS GARDEN — Katie’s at it, again. The artist, Katie Merz, best known for her 80 Flatbush mural, is tagging all parts of Brooklyn. Less than a week ago, Merz was putting the finishing touches...

Pit Bull Flower Power: Portraits Show Another Side To Feared Dogs

COBBLE HILL - Growing up in Lyon, France, there were two things Sophie Gamand loved to do—play with animals and create art. Today, she uses her artistic talents to create  charming, playful portraits of...

Weekend Art Events: October 12-14 (Bushwick Film Fest, Chashama Open Studios, Gay Green-Wood &...

There are tons of events lined up this weekend, including the Bushwick Film Festival, the DUMBO Dance Festival, and the BRIC JazzFest. Don't forget to check out Open House New York taking place Friday through...

Twisted Toy Factory: 733 Collective Hosts Halloween Fundraiser For City Harvest

BROOKLYN NAVY YARD - 733 Collective, a Brooklyn-based group of creatives who develop themed environments for community causes, will host The Laughing Rabbit's Twisted Toy Factory Halloween event at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to benefit...

Your Guide to the 11th Annual Bushwick Film Festival

The Bushwick Film Festival kicks off tomorrow night in Brooklyn, bringing a full lineup of films and shorts to the borough in its 11th year. Running from opening night this Wednesday, October 10, to its...

Celebrate African Restaurant Week in Brooklyn

Looking for a new dining experience? It's currently African Restaurant Week in New York and participating restaurants are offering tastings and deals on meals across the five boroughs, leading up to a food festival...

Schtick Or Treat: Brooklyn Music School’s Musical Haunted House Returns

FORT GREENE - Christmas has been the inspiration for hundreds of memorable songs and scores of pop hits since “Silent Night” was composed in 1818. Halloween has been left to make do with endless...

Weekend Art Events: October 5-7 (Opera On Tap, BAM Next Wave Festival & More)

It's October! The month kicks off with music, including a Charles Ives concert and the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival. Brooklyn Museum's Target First Saturday celebrates Latinx communities and the Brooklyn Nets practice for the...

Word Up!

CROWN HEIGHTS — The Deborah Kass installation “OY/YO” just hit the nabe as part Brooklyn Museum’s text-based art series. The 17-foot-tall, bright yellow installation, “OY/YO” was mounted on the lawn outside of Brooklyn Museum on...

Glimpses From The Inaugural Bedford Stuyvesant Crown Heights Film Festival

BEDFORD STUYVESANT — It's film festival season and Brooklyn's all in. The Bedford Stuyvesant Crown Heights Film Festival launched Friday night with a red carpet rollout in front of the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation (Restoration Plaza). The free,...

Weekend Art Events: Sept. 28-30 (The Great DUMBO Drop, Red Hook Regatta, Chile Pepper...

This final week of September offers lots of fun things to do, including film screenings, the Chile Pepper Fest, and the Shop Black Pop-up. Don't forget to check out the first annual Brooklyn School Gardens...

Powerful “We Are Brooklyn” Exhibition Showcases Immigrant Stories At Brooklyn College

FLATBUSH - At the lobby of the Brooklyn College Library, lies a new exhibit celebrating Brooklyn's diversity and immigrant life. The various panels tell the stories of immigrants in their own words. It's called...

Night Mayor’s Listening Tour Kicks Off Next Week in Brooklyn

PROSPECT HEIGHTS - Nine months after the city created the Office of Nightlife and named the first ever "Night Mayor," a listening tour of the five boroughs is set to begin—and it kicks off...

Weekend Art Events: Sept. 21-23 (Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival, FABulous Fowler! & More)

The autumnal equinox on Saturday officially brings summer to an end, but that won't stop the many events planned for the weekend. Don't miss the first-ever Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival which kicks off on Friday with...
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