A free screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary “Cutie and the Boxer,” followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Zachary Heinzerling and the film’s two subjects, will be the first screening at BRIC Arts Media House’s facility.
With nighttime low temperatures dipping, the residents of the rent stabilized building at 464 Clinton Avenue, including Corpening, increasingly rely on space heaters to stay warm.
A good preacher finds tricks to inspire a crowd. For Rev. Clinton Miller at Fort Greene’s Brown Memorial Baptist Church, he’s got a sidekick to help him – the music director Paul Engram. We followed Engram around to get the story behind the musical sermon.
Low rents in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill have made the nabe an increasingly popular destination for business owners and the Pratt Area Community Council is here to help you find the perfect storefront.
Mullanes Bar and Grill will soon host its Fifth Annual Academy Awards viewing party, where you can dress up to watch the Oscar’s and discuss your motion picture picks with other cinephiles.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts has found a new location in the neighborhood, Director James Bartlett confirmed last month. Now MoCADA just needs to raise $11 million to purchase the site and build and new, larger, museum.
Council Member Laurie Cumbo stands at the intersection of arts and politics. With one foot in each world, will she will be labeled the “arts councilwoman”?
A “Mighty Wurlitzer” theater organ that used to wow locals during silent movies has found new life as a concert organ with the help of a dedicated staff of volunteers.
We asked you earlier this month what type of evergreen you’ve welcomed into your homes to celebrate Christmas. Find out the results here.