Today, as we search for ways to use less energy, and depend less on expensive and energy draining air conditioning, we are realizing that those quaint, often striped awnings seen in photos of 19th century cities, had a purpose.
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the free annual Brooklyn Book Festival returns this fall for an all-virtual weeklong lineup of readings, author talks, and workshops.
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This move-in ready brownstone is on the narrow side but a renovation several years ago fit in a large kitchen, plenty of bedroom space, closets and built-ins.
Bed Stuy artist Paul Sue-Pat's latest show reflects his past, including his childhood growing up in the mountains of Jamaica, and nature seen on walks during the pandemic shutdown.
Mike Jones, the president of his local block association in Prospect Heights, has helped organize a summer street party on his stretch of St. Johns Place for more than 15 years.
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You can pick up some new tidbits of fascinating borough history without leaving your home with a slate of virtual tours during the last full month of summer.
A private garden has decided appeal in these times, and added to that this Brooklyn Heights apartment has two bedrooms and two full baths.
Another week, another look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Park Slope and Bed Stuy.