For artists in New York — one of the world's most expensive cities — finding stable, affordable places to create and showcase their work can be challenging. A growing number of programs are offering solutions. … Full Article
On the evening of Wednesday, May 7 at the New York Athletic Club in New York City, The Gerda Lissner Foundation showcased their 2014 winners and honored internationally acclaimed soprano Diana Soviero.
Who pays for a wedding when two grooms are involved? Who walks whom down the aisle? While same-sex weddings are more prevalent than ever, two grooms navigating the wedding planning process might need some extra help. … Full Article
There will be lots of fun on Bay Ridge’s Fifth Avenue on Sunday!
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to turn out for the 2014 Fifth Avenue Spring Festival, a giant street fair sponsored by the Bay Ridge Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District (BID). … Full Article
On Saturday, May 17, Opera Index presented the 1966 rare televised color production of “Brigadoon”at The Paley Center in New York. “Brigadoon”won five Emmy's and was part of a series of Broadway shows sponsored by the Armstrong Circle Th … Full Article
On June 14 and 15, Brooklyn-based dance company Bryn Cohn + Artists will premiere its first self-produced evening-length work titled “Into the Dark.”This multimedia performance is about diving into the unknown, into the places where chance meets fear and rescue. W … Full Article
The ferry from Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 brought thousands of visitors to Governors Island over the Memorial Day weekend. Guests, many on bicycles, explored 30 new acres of parks and playgrounds. … Full Article
On Wednesday at noon, Brooklyn Bridge Park President Regina Myer and Brooklyn Historical Society President Deborah Schwartz, along with elected officials and community members, will unveil a series of signs and markers throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park that tell the history of the Brooklyn wa … Full Article