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Join The Singing Winds For Crafts, Games & More At Albemarle Playground This Summer
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Join The Singing Winds For Crafts, Games & More At Albemarle Playground This Summer

Photo via NYC Parks Department [http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/albemarle-playground]The Singing Winds [https://www.facebook.com/SingingWinds] are back in Albemarle Playground [http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/albemarle-playground] (McDonald Avenue, between Albemarle Road and Caton Avenue) this summer, bringing free activities for neighbors of all ages every Tuesday

Musicians Joao M. Da Silva & Russ Alderson On This Saturday’s Concert At Prospect Range, Kensington’s Creative Community & More
1226 Prospect Avenue

Musicians Joao M. Da Silva & Russ Alderson On This Saturday’s Concert At Prospect Range, Kensington’s Creative Community & More

Image via Joao M. Da Silva [https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10205522978891055&set=gm.885622424791577&type=1&theater] This Saturday, February 28, the Kensington-based musician Joao M. Da Silva, of Luciernaga [https://soundofluciernaga.wordpress.com/], and Russ Alderson, of Xanthocephalus [http://xanthocephalus.tumblr.com/], are helping to bring

Bon-Bons For 35 Cents, A Satin-Lined Staircase & More Memories Of The Soon-To-Reopen Loew’s Kings Theatre
1027 Flatbush Avenue

Bon-Bons For 35 Cents, A Satin-Lined Staircase & More Memories Of The Soon-To-Reopen Loew’s Kings Theatre

[/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Screen-Shot-2014-11-04-at-11.40.42-AM.png]Photo via the Theatre Historical Society of America After we wrote about the Kings Theatre asking neighbors for their memorie [/blog/art-music/share-memories-kings-theatre-opening-date-nears]s of the visually stunning arts space that is now undergoing a $94 million renovation project [/blog/art-music/photos-inside-the-stunning-loews-kings-theatre-restoration]

The Children’s Academy at Long Island University (Partner Post)
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The Children’s Academy at Long Island University (Partner Post)

The trend, right now, is for high school students [http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/summer-college-programs-help-high-schoolers-test-waters/2014/02/21/75460b24-8398-11e3-8099-9181471f7aaf_story.html] to spend their summers on college campuses. Parents want their children comfortable in the academic world and excited for the college experience. Brooklynites–as self-proclaimed leaders of all

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