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PHOTOS: Classic cars in Havana, Cuba

Walking on the streets of Havana, Cuba, is like walking into a time-warp back to the 1940s and ‘50s. … Full Article

Greenpoint woman is aide to St. Patrick grand marshal

A lifelong resident of Greenpoint who is active in the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians (LAOH) and the Catholic charitable group the Saint Vincent de Paul Society has been tapped to serve as the Brooklyn aide to the grand marshal of the New York St. … Full Article

Want farmland or garden space in the city? Look up

Looking out across an urban or even some suburban skylines, most people see an expanse of rooftops. … Full Article

Director Trevor Nunn delivers a captivating 'Pericles' at Polonsky Shakespeare Center

Trevor Nunn is a man on a mission — and he's sharing it with Brooklyn. The famed Shakespearean wants to direct all 37 of the Bard's plays before he retires. “Pericles” is play number 35 for him. … Full Article

Oscar contender Rylance returns to Brooklyn: More than just Fishin'

This past Sunday night at St. Ann’s Warehouse in DUMBO, Mark Rylance’s and Louis Jenkins’s farcical, lyrical, melancholic, brilliant play “Nice Fish” had its opening night performance. … Full Article

Games your grandparents loved now used as millennial-magnets

Brooklyn has long been the mecca of all things hip, trendy and outside the box. … Full Article

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings to kick off 38th annual BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival

BRIC has announced that renowned Brooklyn-based soul act Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings will open the 38th annual and newly renamed BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival with a free concert on June 8 at the Prospect Park Bandshell (8 p.m. at Prospect Park West and Ninth Street). … Full Article

WCS’ Prospect Park Zoo debuts Bolivian titi monkeys

Two Bolivian titi monkeys are making their public debut at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) Prospect Park Zoo. … Full Article

St. Francis prof. to share film at BAMKids Fest

A 9-year-old girl walks in to the New York Public Library and steps out on an alphabetical adventure in the short film “A is for Aye-Aye: An Abecedarian Adventure” by Fort Greene filmmaker and St. … Full Article


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