The Brooklyn Museum is known for its free monthly culture events known as Target First Saturdays. Here's what's on deck for April's event, called "A Breath of Fresh Air."
Update: Due to predictions of snow for Sunday, Coney Island has rescheduled its opening-day celebration for 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 26.
Along with the spring equinox, this Sunday, March 20, will mark the reopening of Coney Island’s Luna Park and Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park.
The time has come for you to judge your neighbors’ proposals for making a better Brooklyn, from a water-cleaning machine to better pup playgrounds.
New York’s ubiquitous Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises is jumping on the Brooklyn bandwagon and offering its first-ever Kings County-specific tour this spring.
There are only a few weeks left to file your taxes, and if you made under $62,000 last year, a free tax-return program could make that task less daunting and expensive.
In line with the de Blasio administration’s focus on making New York a more affordable city, New York State Tax Commissioner Jerry Boone and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams have announced an assistance program for Brooklynites to e-file federal and state taxes.
New York’s brief winter seems to have thawed, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is celebrating with its 35th annual Making Brooklyn Bloom event this Saturday, March 12.
To address the rash of property theft and deed fraud marring the Bed Stuy community, the civic group Brownstoners of Bedford-Stuyvesant is uniting homeowners to raise awareness and educate area deed holders on the issue.
Breathe some life into the doldrums of March with Brooklyn-based organization 651 Arts’ “Classically Black” performance series. The series of events explores black culture via an array of artistic genres, including dance, music and poetry.
As February draws to a close so does Black Artstory Month, an annual, monthlong series of free events related to the black experience put on by the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership.