Mil’s Trills, led by singer and ukelele player Amelia Robinson, played in front of a crowd of children and adults on Wednesday morning as part of the Fort Greene Park Conservancy’s Music in the Grove series.
Temperatures remain in the nineties today as Christine C. Quinn campaigns in the nabe, the Brooklyn Bears Carlton Avenue Community Garden hosts a free movie screening tonight and the String Orchestra of Brooklyn performs in Fort Greene Park. Get that news and more in today’s local news round-up.
We brought a video camera to the 42nd Annual International African Arts Festival in Fort Greene last Saturday, July 6. Meet the speakers, vendors, volunteers and artists we spoke with and saw.
Want to learn how to find, report and write local stories? The Nabe will offer a workshop in local journalism for high school students at the end of July.
The United States Department of Agriculture is serving free meals to children at two local spots, a WNYC report mentions the Atlantic Yards project, and “Crystal Fairy” actress and Fort Greene local Gaby Hoffman talks about her nabe.
Theodora Skipitares, a veteran artist and theater director who teaches a puppetry class at Pratt Institute, staged a work-in-progress at the Humanities Gallery at Long Island University Brooklyn on June 26.
A mayoral candidate’s father tries to get people talking at Long Island College Hospital, plus a classical Indian dance concert and free craft workshops this weekend.
Today we’re taking a look back at the local performances during last Friday’s city-wide music festival, Make Music New York, with video and photos from the day of tunes.
Make Music New York, an annual city-wide festival, takes over parts of the nabe today with a diverse range of performances and we’ll be out there to cover all the fun.