Arts and Entertainment

Award-winning BRIC TV debuts revealing documentary on the Right To Know Act

Since its inception last year, award-winning cable TV and digital network BRIC TV has strived to publicize and expose the lesser-known issues affecting Brooklyn. … Full Article

Brooklyn Kindergarten Society Yuletide Gala fills Brooklyn Heights Casino

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams joined hundreds of black-tie clad celebrants to participate in the 97th annual Brooklyn Kindergarten Society Yuletide Gala on Dec. 10. Since its inception in 1920, the gala has become a significant Brooklyn tradition. … Full Article

Broadway Stages & 94th Precinct host community Christmas party

The 94th Precinct Community Council joined forces with Broadway Stages to bring holiday cheer to children and families from all over North Brooklyn, staging a holiday party, buffet and visits with Santa Claus in Stages’ Meserole Avenue building. … Full Article

Bushwick nightclub ‘House of Yes’ to host Oakland warehouse fire fundraiser

Although Oakland, California is more than 2,900 miles away from Brooklyn, that isn't stopping a group of courageous club owners from raising money for the victims and families of the Dec. 2 Oakland warehouse fire that claimed the lives of at least 36 people. … Full Article

Frank Seddio hosts annual holiday house lighting dedicated to Ken Thompson

Kings County Democratic Chairman Frank Seddio held his much-anticipated house lighting extravaganza on Sunday, Dec. 4. Each year Seddio invites family, friends, elected officials, community leaders and children of all ages to attend this festive event. … Full Article

Whiskey tasting raises funds and spirits at The Old Stone House

Whiskey warmed hearts and filled coffers in Washington Park’s Old Stone House as supporters gathered to compare aromatic spirits and sample wood-fired herbed breads and pastries. … Full Article

The Other Side Winterfest Festival at Packer on Saturday

The Other Side’s third annual Winterfest on Saturday, Dec. … Full Article

Brooklyn holiday season off to a spirited start with merry MetroTech tree lighting

Performances by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, the National Grid Choir, live reindeer and a light show produced by students at NYU Tandon School of Engineering drew hundreds to the MetroTech tree lighting in Downtown Brooklyn Thursday night. … Full Article

In Greenpoint, a donut shop pays tribute to old-school Brooklyn

Polish expats, hipsters and police officers break bread every morning at Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop, a bustling bakery with counter seating, serving an eclectic mix of donuts, pastries, milkshakes and egg creams. … Full Article

Newton Foundation hosts holiday dinner, toy giveaway

The Newton Foundation hosted its inaugural holiday dinner and toy giveaway on Friday, Nov. 25 at Vikki’s Restaurant at 5924 Ave. N in Mill Basin. The event provided toys and other essentials for approximately 55 children and their mothers from the Bay Family Center. … Full Article


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