Arts and Fun

Coney Island has changed quite a bit over the past few years, especially since the building of Luna Park and the Scream Zone. … Full Article

Opera-based foundation holds gala concert & dinner

Sunday, Oct. 27, at Alice Tully Hall, was an afternoon to remember. It showcased the scholarship winners of the International Vocal Competition, an annual event sponsored by the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation. … Full Article

Anthony Bourdain to appear in Brooklyn in conversation with Roy Choi

L.A.-raised maverick chef and Kogi taco truck co-founder Roy Choi is coming to DUMBO’s powerHouse Arena to celebrate the release of “L.A. SON: My Life, My City, My Food,” his inventive cookbook memoir with Anthony Bourdain, who will join the author in conversation. … Full Article

Flying High: Julie Taymor's "Midsummer Night's Dream" soars at Theatre for a New Audience

This play will blow you away. “A Midsummer Night's Dream” is magical – and not just because “Homeland” heart-throb David Harewood goes shirtless as Oberon, King of Shadows. … Full Article

Trick or treat! Halloween 2013 in Brooklyn

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Ghouls, goblins, creepy-crawlies and superheroes came out to play at Halloween parades and parties across Brooklyn this week. … Full Article

Come walk with Theatre for a New Audience through the downtown historical district

Come honor Brooklyn's history and celebrate Theatre for a New Audience's new home in Downtown Brooklyn with a walking tour lead by historian Cezar Del Valle, author of The Brooklyn Theatre Index, vols. I and II. … Full Article

Coney Island kids get into the spirit of Halloween

Coney Island
The Coney Island Boardwalk was filled with monsters, ghosts, zombies and other curious creatures, but their presence had nothing to do with the famous sideshow. These creatures might have looked frightening, but they were young and friendly! … Full Article

BAMcinématek presents ‘Independent of Reality: The Films of Jan Nemec’

From Friday, Nov. 8 through Thursday, Nov. 14, BAMcinématek will present Independent of Reality: The Films of Jan Nemec,” the first full-career U.S. retrospective of Czechoslovak New Wave director Jan Nemec (b. 1936). … Full Article

Bed-Stuy actress stars in ‘The Crucible’

Actress Rebekah Madebach, a Bedford-Stuyvesant resident, will tackle one of the theater’s most challenging roles when she stars as Abigail Williams in a production of Arthur Miller’s classic American drama “The Crucible,” presented by the St. Bart’s Players opening on Nov. 14. … Full Article

Special Halloween light show planned for NYC’s Empire State Building

New York City
At 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Halloween night, New York City's Empire State Building will light up with a Halloween-themed LED light show choreographed by famous lighting designer Marc Brickman to a spooky soundtrack on Clear Channel’s radio stations Z100 (100.3 FM) and KTU (103.5 FM). … Full Article


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