Street trees need some nurturing to make it on the tough city streets. Now, you can learn how to do your part.
A new group show at Fort Greene’s BRIC traverses the conflicting emotions of mourning through a series of work by female-identifying artists.
If your tastes run more toward stories of doomed affairs than happily ever after, then Green-Wood has a February tour to satisfy your love of the dramatic.
Soak in the evening atmosphere of Green-Wood with a special series of night-time tours through the historic cemetery.
They provide gentle shade on the sun-drenched days of summer, but street trees need some nurturing of their own to make it in the tough city.
A multi-million-dollar restoration project is under way to bring a glow back to the Gothic-inspired chapel at Green-Wood Cemetery.
While it may be their final resting place, you can learn more about the full, pioneering lives of some of Brooklyn's women with a tour at the cemetery.
Coming up upon this building, and seeing it in its full glory, while walking in the cemetery is always a pleasant surprise.
The historic Weir Greenhouse across from the entry to Green-Wood Cemetery is slowly being burnished to its former glory.
If you need a bit of education on some of the leading figures of the 19th and 20th century then a special tour at Green-Wood Cemetery will provide some answers.