As spring gets warmer and locals keep trying to dodge the rain, many have taken beautiful shots of the nabe. Here’s just a small sampling of the past week’s goings-on and what locals are doing to celebrate the season.
It’s finally warm out and we have some suggestions to get out into the neighborhood this spring.
Learn about a poetry reading at Greenlight Bookstore, a free concert at BRIC and the Brooklyn Flea’s return in Fort Greene in your daily news wrap.
From it’s role as the first Catholic School in Brooklyn to hosting the Brooklyn Flea, learn more about the history of Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School.
Spring is quickly returning to the nabe, and we’ve compiled a list to help you get back into nature.
The Renegade Craft Fair is making its first stop of the winter holiday season this weekend in Fort Greene. Locals can browse high-end, indie crafts at the marketplace and start their holiday shopping before the rush.
Today’s daily round-up includes news on a local food drive, the winter location of the Brooklyn Flea and a film showing at the Brooklyn Academy of Music Rose Cinemas tonight.