The Sunday Brooklyn Flea is moving nabes yet again for the market’s ninth season, leaving Williamsburg for its old Dumbo location.
The Notorious RBG, as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is known to her fans, shares a home borough with the original Notorious title holder — the late rapper Biggie Smalls, aka the Notorious B.I.G.
Read on for a brief history of the Brooklyn-born justice.
St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching (it’s Thursday, March 17), and with it comes the need for a guide to some of Brooklyn’s best Irish bars.
A lifelong Brooklynite, Kenny Frishberg, this writer’s grandfather, began working at Fair Trade Pharmacy in Midwood in 1954. In the nearly 40 years he worked there — he retired in 1993 –he watched Brooklyn change and morph all the while he filed prescriptions.
While the summer may still feel a little ways away, Williamsburg’s eighth annual Northside Festival is already gearing up for its June multimedia showcase, with the headliners just announced.
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.
Everybody’s talkin’ bout him — but do any of them realize that he’s from Brooklyn?
Much is known about the life of Brooklyn literary king Walt Whitman, but can you locate the residence where he penned his opus?
You talkin’ to me? Brownstoner reader Andrew Porter dug up this image of a young Cybill Shepherd and Martin Scorsese posing between shoots of the 1976 film Taxi Driver — in Brooklyn.
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.