See what inspires local artists on the fifteenth annual SONYA Art Walk.
Locals are doing lots to help the family of Dwayne Burno, a jazz musician who passed away last month at 43.
See what locals were up to during the snow storm yesterday in parts of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.
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.
Get news on a free Thanksgiving meal for seniors, news of college basketball wins and community media training in today’s morning news round-up.
Two Fort Greene designers shoot video, upload it and then code it to create a color patterns for specific Brooklyn neighborhoods. The patterns are then printed on scarves.
Beyond the Fence recently caught up with Anastasia Cole Plakias – Brooklyn Grange co-founder, writer and host of the monthly Heritage Radio Network segment, Anastasia’s Fridge – to see what’s going on this season up at the farm.
Fort Greene artist and illustrator Richard Lebenson came to the nabe in 1962 to study at the Pratt Institute and never left. This summer, he showed recent oil paintings, many of local architectural subjects, at Hadas Gallery on Myrtle Avenue, and an older selection of prints at Baguetteaboudit! on Vanderbilt Avenue.