Arts and Entertainment

Howard Greenberg: Life lit up

Because my father loved art, and because he had the courage of his convictions and didn’t wait for the approval of cultural savants before buying it, the home I grew up in was overflowing with paintings, drawings and sculptures. Since he was a high school teacher, his budget was limited. … Full Article

An old house and a worn-out pair of shoes

Readers may recall an article my late father, Dr. Bernie Wasserman, wrote for the Brooklyn Heights Press in 2005. … Full Article

Life on Tour: England’s hottest DJ talks Brooklyn

For internationally renowned DJ Hot Since 82, born Daley Padley, life on the road can be demanding. As one of the most sought-after artists in the world with gigs in a new country every day, life on tour can be arduous, but for the London-based musician, Brooklyn feels just like home. … Full Article

Brooklyn Academy of Music honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s 88th birthday

“We’ve been deputized by history,” said NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio as he stood at the podium of Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House. “We gather at a moment when we’re all feeling so much.” … Full Article

Faux-spring fling in Brooklyn Bridge Park

For a few hours on Thursday, it was spring in January. … Full Article

Harvard Krokodiloes sing to benefit NYC’s HOPE Program

Harvard’s venerable and talented Krokodiloes a cappella singing group put their motto “nunc est cantandum,” or “now is the time to sing,” to work during a recent benefit for The HOPE Program in the Brooklyn Heights Casino. … Full Article

Only in Brooklyn: New Year’s Eve celebrated in former submarine manufacturing plant

New Year’s Eve in Brooklyn is one of the busiest nights of the year. The holiday resembles a music festival as an influx of the world’s top musicians flock to the borough. This year was no exception with dozens of events boasting incredible lineups. … Full Article


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