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Thursday, December 5, 2013 | Overcast
Arts and Fun
Mouth-watering gingerbread village on display at the Brooklyn Marriott
There’s the “Plum Pudding Hotel,” and “Jackie’s Sweet Shop.” Next door is “Salyer’s Fine Socks” and “Sam’s Fish Market.” …
Regina Opera presents Mozart’s "The Marriage of Figaro"
Sketch comedy group presents ‘A Very ’90s Christmas!!!’ in Downtown Brooklyn
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts presents ‘An R&B Christmas’
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Grande Dame of historical buildings now more seductive to public visits
History lives at 128 Pierrepont St. – and now a new gift shop, classroom and galleries will make it more consumer-friendly.
Coming next week: Questlove’s Electronium: The Future Was Then at BAM
Following the success of
(2012 Spring Season), BAM welcomes back Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson on Oct. 25 and 26 at 8 p.m.
BAM & IFC announce lineup for Oct. 24 comedy event
BAM and IFC announce the lineup for the
Get It Out There: Comedy by BAM & IFC
Borough President joins Italian consul general, Caruso grandson at Enrico Caruso Museum
To hear the Honorable Consul General of Italy Natalia Quintavalle cordially calling Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz “Marty” was music to our ears.
Senior Idol winner wows crowd with ‘You Belong to Me’
Sherry Kayser invited the audience at the Seventh Annual Senior Idol talent competition to “see the pyramids along the Nile,” and they willingly went along!
Nate Fish: From Brooklyn artist to a leader of Israeli baseball
It may seem like a stretch for someone who was once a Williamsburg-Bushwick visual artist to now be living in Israel and to call himself
he king of Jewish Baseball."
440 Gallery: Collective breaks art-making ground in Park Slope
There's no impresario behind the
(440 Sixth Avenue in Park Slope) the way Alfred Steiglitz was the driving force at "291" (291 Fifth Ave. in Manhattan) in the early 1900s.
BAMcinématek presents retrospective in tribute to late actress Karen Black
From Friday, Oct. 18 through Thursday, Oct.
Brooklyn hosts World Sight Day with documentary film
Light Darkness Light
is a documentary film that tracks the life-altering experience of a blind man or woman as they regain the ability to see. …
Ciao! Brooklyn’s Columbus Day Parade takes place Saturday
Brooklyn’s Italian-American community is getting set to march with pride in a salute to Christopher Columbus this weekend.
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