Arts and Entertainment

Brooklyn artist wins Yonkers poster contest

The talents of Brooklyn-based artists are becoming known far and wide. The latest example is Stephanie Becker, whose work will grace posters used to promote a summer festival in Yonkers. … Full Article

'Williamsburg Wine Bash' at Brooklyn Bowl will help build local community center

Brooklyn’s first large-scale wine auction and tasting event is coming to Brooklyn Bowl on June 26 from 6-9 p.m. … Full Article

The Art Room in Bay Ridge showcases children’s artistic creations

The Art Room, located at 8710 Third Ave. in Bay Ridge, is a unique place where children can learn about art and begin to create their own personal masterpieces. It’s run by a dedicated staff of teachers including founder Leigh Holliday Brannan and Mary Immaculata Brannan.  … Full Article

Brooklyn’s BangOn!NYC throws 3-day music festival in the Pennsylvania woods

From the warehouses of Williamsburg to the pastures of Pennsylvania, BangOn!NYC has established itself as a staple of the Brooklyn music scene, having thrown many legendary parties. … Full Article

Narrows Community Theater helps young performers with scholarships

Two eighth grade students who have shown a strong interest in the performing arts have been chosen by leaders of the Narrows Community Theater (NCT) to receive scholarships to help them share their talents in high school. … Full Article

Pour the Core fills North Brooklyn with high-end apple ciders

For the third year in a row, Pour the Core schooled Brooklyn residents and aficionados of all things apple about cider. … Full Article

Brooklyn writer for The Daily Banter competing on ‘Jeopardy!’ Monday

Brooklynites get a chance to root for the home team this Monday, June 19 at 7 p.m. when Gowanus resident Jeremy Fassler, a writer for The Daily Banter, will be competing on “Jeopardy!,” the top-rated quiz show on TV. … Full Article

The Brooklyn Mirage reveals massive opening party lineup

The infamous East Williamsburg club The Brooklyn Mirage announced last week that it would be hosting its opening party on July 1. … Full Article

First ever NYC Coffee & Tea Expo goes icy to beat the heat

Small & Large Scale Coffee & Tea Vendors “I used to drink coffee,” said Emmanual Denose, “but I switched to tea a few years ago. She drinks coffee,” he added, pointing to his companion Shanice Lawrence. They were both in the right place.  … Full Article

Summer nights at a Greek party in Downtown Brooklyn

Party-goers danced the night away, ate Greek food and pastries and shopped the baazar at the A. Fantis Parochial School of Sts. Constantine and Helen Cathedral’s 40th annual Greek festival last week in Downtown Brooklyn.  … Full Article


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