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Fresh from the success of their first two Summer Stroll on 3rd events in July, which drew hundreds of thousands of people to Bay Ridge, the Merchants of Third Avenue business group is looking north … Full Article

‘Divide in Concord’ shows how one person can make a difference

In an age of increasing political apathy, a new documentary demonstrates how a single concerned citizen can take a stand to make change. … Full Article

City’s First Readers Program to fight NYC’s early literacy crisis

On the steps of City Hall on Wednesday, Councilmembers Stephen Levin (33rd District) and Antonio Reynoso (34th District) announced the City’s First Readers Program to fight New York City's early literacy crisis.  … Full Article

‘Made in NY’ Awards celebrate record local film production

A former Williamsburgh Savings Bank served as an opulent if raucous home for this year’s “Made in NY” Awards Monday evening. … Full Article
Council Member Stephen Levin: New Yorkers for Dance

Dance/NYC celebrates Dance in Brooklyn

Dance/NYC, an organization dedicated to promoting the knowledge, appreciation, practice and performance of dance in the metropolitan area, has released a NEW YORKERS FOR DANCE video campaign spotlighting local  … Full Article

BAM, Greenlight conclude 4th season of Unbound Lit series

Wrapping up its fourth season, Unbound — a unique literary series presented by Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and Fort Greene’s Greenlight Bookstore — most recently featured famed comedian John Cleese, who spoke with writer John Hodgman on Nov. 5.  … Full Article

Brooklyn-based opera company Presents ‘Un Ballo in Maschera’

Regina Opera Company, a Brooklyn-based organization, will present a fully-staged performance of Verdi’s "Un Ballo in Maschera” on Nov. 18. … Full Article

PHOTOS: "Gotham" filming in DUMBO


Gotham City is a real place, and Adams Street is on its map.

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Flatbush Artists Studio Tour celebrates contemporary artists in Victorian Flatbush

The 2014 Flatbush Artists Studio Tour will take place on Nov. 15 and 16 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Ditmas Park, one of New York City’s most architecturally interesting and historic neighborhoods. … Full Article


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