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Community of art galleries grows in DUMBO

Two Trees Management Co., the founding developer of the now thriving waterfront community of DUMBO, has recently announced that Folioleaf and Art Dealer Stephen Romano will be joining DUMBO’s art gallery community. … Full Article

The Heights Players present Tony & Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘Doubt’

Written by John Patrick Shanley and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Play, “Doubt: A Parable” is a swirl of accusation and intrigue. This fascinating, lean drama opens at the Heights Players on Friday, Jan. … Full Article

Life Through a Lens: Brooklynite’s photoblog documents local scenes

Brooklyn resident Felice Simon, a gallery host at the Brooklyn Museum, has chronicled over a year of her life by taking 500 daily consecutive photographs on photo blogging platform … Full Article

Madonna to join Pussy Riot at Barclays Center human rights concert

Madonna's not done with her recent string of public appearances — she also has signed on to introduce members of Pussy Riot at Amnesty International's human rights concert in New York. … Full Article

Kane tribute concert raises money for charity

“Tommy Kane is looking down on us right now and he’s smiling,” singer Frankie Marra told the audience in Saint Patrick’s Church auditorium Friday night in Bay Ridge. … Full Article

‘A Little Night Music’ waltzes into Brooklyn

As they continue their 47th Season, the Brooklyn-based group Gallery Players’ first production of the New Year will be Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s elegantly sophisticated romantic comedy “A Little Night Music.” Based on the Ingmar Bergman film “Smiles on a  … Full Article

Opera Index celebrates mezzo Rosalind Elias, showcases young singers

The JW Marriott Essex House located at Central Park South was the elegant venue of a special operatic recital by Opera Index Award Winners on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 12. … Full Article

City’s tourism arm promotes Park Slope, Fifth Avenue to visitors

When tourists visit New York City, they tend to visit certain well-known spots: the Empire State Building, the Museum of Natural History, Yankee Stadium, the Statue of Liberty, the World Trade Center site, Grand Central, Madison Square Garden. … Full Article

At threatened Bed-Stuy hospital, extended run for Edward Albee’s “The Death of Bessie Smith”

Following an initial sold-out run, New Brooklyn Theater announced a three-week extension for Edward Albee’s “The Death of Bessie Smith.”  … Full Article


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