Arts and Entertainment

Noted writers adapt James Joyce classic to interactive theater

The heart and soul of great stories, first written and published in books, can find a glorious renewal in spoken words on a stage. … Full Article

Everyone's favorite street for photos in DUMBO is deserted

If you want a private moment at DUMBO's prime spot for selfie-snapping, you have to try really, really hard. ​Selfie Central, the cobble-stone-covered stretch of Washington Street near the corner of Water Street, is normally a tourist magnet. … Full Article

Sunset Park’s Tabla Rasa Gallery to open Fake News exhibition

The Tabla Rasa Gallery at 224 48th St. in Sunset Park is opening a new exhibition, “Fake News Art and Artifice,” on Saturday, Jan. 6.  … Full Article

Executive chef Joseph Raiola is heating up Kitchen 21

The Coney Island boardwalk has a new restaurant that is earning rave reviews from all across the borough and beyond. … Full Article
Axe Throwing Lands in Gowanus

Booze and axe throwing mix at new Gowanus bar

The latest trend in Brooklyn landed in Gowanus this month: a lodge-like bar equipped with an arsenal of throwing axes and targets set up for recreational use. … Full Article

Art of writing about deaths captured in documentary

For many individuals, obituaries may be the only form of written biography left behind after death. … Full Article

Top 10 ways to spend New Year’s Eve in Brooklyn

Does standing outside for hours in below-freezing weather surrounded by strangers sound like fun? Didn’t think so. Leave the Times Square Ball Drop for the tourists. … Full Article
Williamsburg Folklorist Creates Politically-Charged Nativity Scene

Williamsburg folklorist creates politically charged nativity scene

A zombie figurine of President Donald Trump dressed in a blue suit and red tie and followed by a skeleton strolls by center stage of a barren landscape flanked on the left by a refugee camp where baby Jesus and the Virgin Mary are watched from a military tower. … Full Article

Call to rename Williamsburg Bridge after saxophonist Sonny Rollins gains steam

The Williamsburg Bridge will undergo many changes in the coming years as part of the L-train shutdown, but none perhaps more dramatic than this.   … Full Article

From Park Slope to the Negev Desert: Eagle interview with playwright Itamar Moses on ‘The Band’s Visit’

It seems appropriate that the hottest play currently on Broadway is set in the Negev desert. … Full Article


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