Arts and Entertainment

No Rest for the Weary: Inside Brooklyn’s 26.2-hour marathon rave

Caffeine could do only so much by hour eight. … Full Article

Fog envelops the Brooklyn Bridge

Icons in the mist. Here's the Brooklyn Bridge, shrouded in fog that keeps rolling up the East River. Over there, a runner clad in shorts is striding past the Manhattan Bridge. … Full Article

Target Margin Theater boosts careers of up and coming artists

A groundbreaking theater company that created a great deal of excitement in Brooklyn’s artistic community when it moved from Manhattan to Sunset Park last year is seeking to cement its standing in the borough by moving forward with its residency and fellowship programs to help up and coming … Full Article

Harvard Krokodiloes invade Brooklyn Brewery

Those young, fresh-faced and immensely talented singers, the Harvard Krokodiloes, faced the corrupting influences of the demon rum on their second night in Brooklyn. Or, if not rum, then beer, which a good half of the group is still too young to imbibe legally. … Full Article

Activists perform ‘Vagina Monologues’ to empower women

An award-winning provocative play that has led millions of women around the world to take a fresh look at their bodies and find their inner strength will be the centerpiece of a two-day event in Bay Ridge that is aimed at raising money for causes that promote female empowerment. … Full Article

‘Stoopdreamer’ is a story about the old neighborhood: Windsor Terrace

“Stoopdreamer,” a new drama by Patrick Fenton, deals with the lingering effects of gentrification in Brooklyn. The story takes place 70 years after Robert Moses began a massive roads project that displaced 1,252 families from Windsor Terrace in 1945. … Full Article

The bomb cyclone hits Brooklyn

Brace yourselves, Brooklyn. The bomb cyclone is here. Snow is whipping down on us this morning — and it's predicted to be the prelude to some very scary stuff.  … Full Article

Hot, smart & celebrated world-wide, singers begin 2018 tours in Brooklyn

The Harvard Krokodiloes, one of the most popular and celebrated a cappella groups in the world, lead off their 2018 U.S. tour with three Brooklyn concerts benefitting local charities. In the summer they will embark on their world tour. … Full Article


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