Arts and Fun

Goblins and superheroes — and nightmarish political candidates, no doubt —  will soon be haunting the parades, parties, streets and alleys of Brooklyn. … Full Article

Tony Danza, Argentine tango and jazz: A few of the highlights this season at Brooklyn Center

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College recently announced its 2016-17 season of world-class performances, combining the borough’s unique multicultural flavors with nationally and internationally known performers. … Full Article

Le Youth brings down the house in Williamsburg

Although most fans at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday were not of school age, that didn’t stop them from taking part in Le Youth’s Homewerk Tour. … Full Article

‘The Sopranos’ and ‘Blue Bloods’ star Steve Schirripa talks to the Eagle

Steve Schirripa has really done it all: he’s starred in movies and hit television series, written books, worked in radio and performed before a live audience. Not too bad for a boy from Bensonhurst. … Full Article

Williamsburg resident Lora Lee Gayer shines in Roundabout’s Broadway production of ‘Holiday Inn,’ the new Irving Berlin musical

On a recent gray, chilly, autumn morning (more San Francisco in late July than New York in early October), I was seated at a cozy, postage stamp-size Williamsburg coffee shop on Metropolitan Avenue. … Full Article

Artist and author collaborate on multimedia Gowanus-themed project

Amy Sohn (known for her Park Slope-based novels “Prospect Park West” and “Motherland”) and artist Christina Kelly have collaborated on a multimedia project, “Gowanus Underworld,” as part of a Gowanus-themed group show, “Falling In,” at Trestle Projects. … Full Article

Another exuberant Cranberry Street Fair comes to Brooklyn Heights

On Saturday, Heights residents celebrated the coming of autumn at the 45th annual Cranberry Street Fair. … Full Article

BRIC TV celebrates one-year anniversary, launches fall programing in style

On a seasonably cool evening with a brisk wind whisking off the Fort Greene brownstones, it was only appropriate that BRIC TV hosted its fall launch party. … Full Article

Bay Ridge set to host Ragamuffin Parade, 3 Ave. Fest

Bay Ridge will devote an entire day this weekend to the joys of childhood and will follow it up by hosting a family-oriented event the next day. … Full Article

4,000 trees grow in Brooklyn

Nature’s skyscrapers will be joining Downtown Brooklyn’s skyscrapers this weekend for local artist Spencer Finch’s “Lost Man Creek,” a new public art exhibit that will recreate — at a 1:100 scale — 790 acres of Redwood National Park in the heart of Brooklyn. … Full Article

Cranberry Street Fair returns to Brooklyn Heights for 45th year

Brooklyn Heights will celebrate the return of autumn with the 45th annual Cranberry Street Fair this Saturday, Oct. 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. … Full Article


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