Image via davidking.To all who celebrate, a very happy Easter from all of us at Bklyner. In Christianity, Easter Sunday celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ following his crucifixion on Good Friday, a foundational moment for the faith. This year, the holiday falls on Sunday, April 4th. As with
Our next holiday is right around the corner, and we have suggestions for everything from chocolate eggs and bunnies to marzipan lambs, and classic Easter brunch or dinner. Also, check out our list of the traditional Easter Egg Hunts happening around the borough this week. Candy and Pastries Buttermilk Bakeshop260
Anna CampanelliBy Claudia Irizarry Aponte, THE CITY. This article was originally published by THE CITY It was looking like the annual student performance of “The Nutcracker” at the PS9 The Sarah Smith Garnet School in Brooklyn would meet the same fate as the canceled spring recital. But dance teacher Iris
With indoor dining closed and snow advisories upon us, Christmas Dinner delivered sounds pretty good right about now. Luckily, these Brooklyn restaurants have got you covered, whether you want a classic spiral ham, waygu hot pot, or lobster mac and cheese. Christmas Eve and Day Meals Antica PesaCost: individual dishes
Lighting the menorah. (Photo: Zainab Iqbal/Bklyner)MIDWOOD – Happy Hanukkah! The eight-day Festival of Lights, which began at sundown last night, is observed by lighting the menorah, special prayers, and eating fried food. Hanukkah is a time celebrated amongst family, and many families are not able to be together because
As temperatures drop, hospitalizations increase, and cases rise, Brooklyners are bracing for a highly unusual Winter season. The pleasures of outdoor dining are soon to be marred by the cold, and according to Governor Cuomo, indoor dining may soon be shut down. For some restaurants and bars, remaining open for
Kings Cares annual Thanksgiving Luncheon in 2018. Courtesy of Kings Theatre.FLATBUSH – The fourth annual ‘Kings Cares Thanksgiving Luncheon’ is back. The beloved tradition will look different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but traditional Thanksgiving meals will still be hot, just as they were in the years before.