Hand embroidery is the latest comeback kid among traditional handiwork, but what crafters are doing with needle and thread transcends the alphabet and "Home Sweet Home" samplers of yesteryear. … Full Article
A blanket of snow covered Brooklyn Heights and vicinity this past weekend.
Montague Street took on a timeless look, and the few walkers on the Promenade and in Brooklyn Bridge Park enjoyed the solitary stillness. … Full Article
From the moment he burst on scene, throwing money into the air and laughing heartily, it was clear that Nathan Lane was going to give a memorable performance in "The Iceman Cometh." And he delivered on his initial promise, bringing humanity, humor and audible volume to a character who spent … Full Article
Legendary dance music icon and 10-time Grammy winner Chaka Khan will open the 37th annual Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival with a free concert on Wednesday, June 3 at the Prospect Park Bandshell. … Full Article
Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) will host a special evening with Academy Award-nominated producer and director Ken Burns, creator of the acclaimed documentaries “The Civil War,” “Baseball” and, most recently, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History,” on March 10 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. … Full Article
On the coldest weekend in a decade, Brooklyn Heights was filled with sunshine and smiles as more than a thousand fans of the “My Little Pony” animated TV show flooded into St. Francis College for PonyconNYC. … Full Article