We’ve got news on music saturating the nabe throughout the weekend and a fallen tree branch that injured two people on Monument Walk in this morning’s news wrap.
Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center’s annual event, Souls of Our Feet: People of Color Dance Festival, enters it’s second and last day of performances tonight.
The Brooklyn Nets hire a familiar face as their new head coach, youth soccer takes center stage in the nabe this weekend and the Fort Greene Park Conservancy hosts gardening and literary events on its home turf.
Artists showed work throughout the nabe in the 14th annual SONYA Studio Stroll.
On a rainy Friday afternoon, Brooklyn public school students heard singing, orchestration, and insights into creativity from Erykah Badu and the Brooklyn Philharmonic during an open rehearsal for weekend performances of “You’re Causing Quite a Disturbance.”
We’ve got news of a mural going up, a book launch, a pop-up piano concert and an open audition for the Brooklynettes happening this week in the nabe.
Residents of the violence-plagued Ingersoll Houses remembered Leon Avery, 63, who died of wounds from a stabbing on Saturday morning, and blame crime on chronic joblessness.
If you thought you recognized a New York City icon in the front yard of BLDG 92 on Flushing Avenue yesterday, you weren’t mistaken.
We’ve got new on open houses for kids’ summer programs, a bike race in the navy yard and a walking tour of wooden houses in Brooklyn all happen this weekend. But first, lots of rain today through early tomorrow.
Sing for Hope’s popular pop-up pianos are back this week after the nonprofit installed them in three public spots across the nabe.