A series of outdoor musicals at Park Slope’s Old Stone House will showcase the lesser-known history of the neighborhood as a lesbian sanctuary once affectionately coined “Dyke Slope.”
The Center for Brooklyn History is gathering photographers to share their experiences and insights after a year of documenting the movement for racial justice.
The Bedford-Church African Burial Ground Coalition in Brooklyn on Saturday, June 19 hosted a Juneteenth celebration at 2286 Church Avenue, a site where bones of enslaved Africans have been repeatedly found.
The Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, and this year, the festival will be putting on free film screenings at parks all over the city, including at MetroTech Commons and in Marine Park.
After widespread communal backlash, state park honchos are overhauling their designs for Williamsburg’s Marsha P. Johnson State Park and adding far more greenery as well as a mosaic of a poem.
Coney Island was transported back in time this week as stars of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” took to the historic Riegelmann Boardwalk to film scenes for the show’s upcoming fourth season.
Starting May 31, the public sessions will solicit design ideas to honor the late gay liberation activist and celebrate the LGBTQ+ movement.
An installation by Brooklyn-based artist Ekene Ijeoma mimics the speed of breathing techniques intended to create calm.
Local pols unveiled a new statue of the late United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point shopping complex Friday to honor the Brooklyn-born pioneer.
The exhibition features bold text and repurposed images highlighting the lives of Black people who died from racist violence.