Arts and Entertainment

11th annual NYC Zombie Crawl inundates North Brooklyn with undead frolics

Independence Day weekend brought long days and high heat to the streets of Williamsburg. The nation’s 141st birthday approached, an event celebrated by Americans from all walks of life. … Full Article

Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest contenders face off in Borough Hall weigh-in

The unmistakable odor of street-level charcuterie filled Borough Hall on the morning of July 3 as crews from Nathan’s Famous shuttled platters of cooked hot dogs and steam-heated buns into the building’s main reception area. … Full Article

Bensonhurst-based Dino Angelo Luciano makes the cut on ‘MasterChef’

“MasterChef” is just one of the many terms one could use to describe Dino Angelo Luciano. The saxophone player, self-professed androgynous dancer and passionate artist pays homage to his Brooklyn roots as a standout contestant on this season's "MasterChef."  … Full Article

Brooklyn Revealed series celebrates Summer Solstice on Kingsland Wildflowers

The North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce marked 2017’s longest day on June 21 with the third event in its Brooklyn Revealed series, a reception held atop the Broadway Stages building where Marni Majorelle’s Kingsland Wildflowers Rooftop projects an eco-friendly compromise in the midst of one  … Full Article

Rhapsody Players perform at St. Mary’s Orthodox Church in Bay Ridge

The Rhapsody Players vocal group, under the direction of founding member John Heffernan, helped usher in the “100th Summer of St. Mary’s Church” on Saturday.  The Antiochian Orthodox church, located at 81st Street and Ridge Boulevard in Bay Ridge, is celebrating its centennial this year. … Full Article

Eagle interview with Cobble Hill playwright Anna Ziegler on her new play ‘Actually’

The playwright Anna Ziegler possesses one of the boldest and most distinctive voices in contemporary American theater. … Full Article

Electrifying 'Measure for Measure' at TFANA's Polonsky Shakespeare Center

This is a play about justice and mercy, hypocrisy and a hot nun. Yes, a hot nun. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s largest food and drink trade show celebrates annual event

Crowds of guests stuffed into the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge all day Friday to enjoy Brooklyn’s largest food and beverage trade show, “Brooklyn Eats,” and explore food and drink vendors of all types. … Full Article

VIDEO: DeKalb Market Hall draws foodie hoards to Downtown Brooklyn

What started as a trickle just off of Albee Square in the Fulton Street Mall quickly turned into a roar as the long-awaited opening of the DeKalb Market Hall drew foodies from all over the borough, Manhattan and even Long Island. … Full Article

THIS SUNDAY: More than 100 boats from Brooklyn's historic yacht clubs celebrate Blessing of the Fleet

Symbolic of a healthy and bountiful season of sailing, leaders of various faiths will bless more than 100 boats this Sunday, marking the annual Blessing of the Fleet, hosted this year by the historic Miramar Yacht Club on Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay. … Full Article


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