Arts and Entertainment

Bay Ridge fan meets Tony winner at stage door

“Something Rotten” turned into something wonderful for Bay Ridge resident Marialana Ardolino after she and a friend took in a recent matinee performance of a Broadway show. … Full Article

Old Stone House & Washington Park presents world premiere of Earthquakes and Islands

On Sunday, May 22, at 4 p.m., Brooklyn’s historic Old Stone House at 336 3rd Street in Park Slope will present the Brooklyn Art Song Society’s world premiere of Andrew Staniland’s “Earthquakes and Islands,” a co-c … Full Article

Here’s what tourists really think of Brooklyn

On the Brooklyn Bridge southbound exit near Cadman Plaza West, drivers are greeted with a sign that reads, “Welcome to Brooklyn: How Sweet It Is!” … Full Article

Storefront Art Walk has artists, merchants teaming up

The Bay Ridge Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) is doing double duty these days. … Full Article

Pet adoption expo helps Brooklynites find new best friends

Thousands filled the Brooklyn Expo Center in a quest to find that perfect addition to their family as Best Friends Animal Society staged its Spring Pet Super Adoption event on the banks of the East River. … Full Article

Barbra Streisand to launch 9-city summer concert tour

Brooklyn native Barbra Streisand will launch a nine-city tour this summer. Her manager said Monday the entertainer will appear at arenas across the country, performing songs from her six-decade career. A two-night affair is set for Brooklyn. … Full Article

Norwegian Day Parade brings joy to Bay Ridge

There was a chill the air and the temperature never went above 65 degrees, but there was a great deal of warmth on Third Avenue in Bay Ridge on Sunday, especially for the thousands of people who lined the streets to watch the 64th Annual 17th of May Parade. … Full Article

Superstars of the art world shine in 'The Immortals'

Starry, starry night. If that Don McLean lyric makes you think of Vincent Van Gogh, you're on the right track. … Full Article

BAMkids show explores relationship between trees, animals, human beings

South African physical theater company Magnet Theatre uses imagery, song, and the body to tell the story of a human’s relationship with a tree during the changing of the seasons. … Full Article

Only in Brooklyn: Vacant lot transformed into radio station and café

It doesn’t get more Brooklyn than this. For more than 20 years, an abandoned, triangular lot, snugly situated between Nassau Avenue, Banker Street and North 15th Street on the Williamsburg-Greenpoint border, was left to the elements. … Full Article


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