Summer officially starts this weekend and Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership is celebrating with a free party in the plaza.
Explore the rich tradition of Black art in Brooklyn with a month-long celebration of the work of the African Diaspora.
Get a dose of Vitamin D and a bit of local history knowledge with a series of free walking tours.
Brooklynites can get out and enjoy another new public space this summer with a roster of free public programs sponsored by the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership.
All month long, you can celebrate the rich tradition of African-American art in Brooklyn as part of Black Artstory Month.
Artists from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are coming together to put on an art display that'll span public spaces and galleries -- and all of it is walkable.
Myrtle Avenue will be transformed by art and performances this February in honor of Black History Month.