On a late September afternoon in 1918, a behatted gentleman dressed all in white began inching his way up the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch while a crowd of onlookers gazed up at his antics from Grand Army Plaza.
The movement was rather grandiosely designed to combat urban problems through architecture and city planning.
It's been presiding over Hanukkah celebrations at Grand Army Plaza for more than 30 years and it is time once again for the lighting of the 32-foot-high menorah.
While traffic hurled around Grand Army Plaza Monday night, a small group cast their eyes on the memorial arch as its usual purple glow was augmented with a new brilliance.
A bubble-like pavilion will be touching down by the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Arch for a week of free programming.
You don't have to leave Brooklyn to find fun on New Year's Eve.
Most of the time, you do just fine without a car. But…maybe the weather is lousy, or you have to do just a little more shopping than you can carry, or maybe you don’t feel like braving the weekend trains.
The Brooklyn Flea is coming to Grand Army Plaza beginning May 1! Here's everything you need to know.
The dignified entrance to both Prospect Park and Eastern Parkway, Grand Army Plaza remains a central landmark in Brooklyn more than 100 years since its creation.
In the 1920s, Brooklyn’s increasing number of automobiles turned the borough’s streets into a treacherous place for drivers and pedestrians alike. Safety advocates’ way to bring this to the public’s attention in 1924? The Death-O-Meter.