There’s a certain salvation to the stunning architecture of Brooklyn Heights’s many churches, independent of their religiosity.
While Brooklyn is no newcomer to the experimental side of things, this experimental theater festival is new to Brooklyn.
The tides of New York City’s ever-shifting demographics have changed particularly rapidly in Brooklyn’s residential enclave of Bensonhurst.
For all that is fried and hole-y, Brooklyn’s inaugural Donut Fest is coming to Williamsburg this month.
Satisfy your theater, alcohol and Brooklyn-warehouse cravings in a single wild night of culture.
Are you a subway whiz, faster with public transit trivia than a rush-hour L train (OK, that’s not always that fast)?
Stick it to the man and the weather by joining the annual half-nude masquerade that is Improv Everywhere’s No Pants Subway Ride.
Incorporate some culture into the early days of 2016 at BRIC’s first Brooklyn poetry slam and open mic.
Start 2016 on a quirky note by diving headlong into one of Brooklyn’s DIY community’s offbeat New Year’s Day activities.
The final public comment session for the hotly debated, highly controversial rezoning proposal for Brooklyn Heights’ P.S. 8 and Vinegar Hill’s P.S. 307 will be held just days into the New Year. If becoming more involved in local politics was part of your New Year’s resolution, now’s your chance.