Arts and Entertainment

Walking into BRIC House from its entrance on Rockwell Place, the most striking feature is the Stoop, a set of giant concrete steps cascading from a cafe down to the gallery space below. … Full Article

David Cross sharpens comedic blade on Brooklyn audience

Long known for his acerbic wit, David Cross sharpened his verbal sword Wednesday night at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, making use of an informal session before a Brooklyn crowd as he prepared for his upcoming summer tour.  … Full Article

Park Slope artist’s work featured on LinkNYC kiosks

The city’s LinkNYC kiosks are being turned into mini art galleries, thanks to an innovative new program that allows paintings to be posted on the sidewalk structures. … Full Article

New artsy beer garden is soon coming to Bushwick

Another destination for beer lovers will be opening in Bushwick soon, reports Bushwick Daily.  … Full Article

Disney Channel star Dylan Sprouse opens winery in Williamsburg

The All-Wise Meadery just opened its doors in Williamsburg and will specialize in making mead, also known as honey wine. … Full Article

No plates needed: Brooklyn’s latest restaurant has customers eating directly off the table

Imagine needing no silverware to enjoy an authentic Italian meal. … Full Article

Petee’s Pie Co. opens new location in Clinton Hill

Petee's Pie Shop has opened a new store at 505 Myrtle Ave. … Full Article

Burmese restaurant comes to Bensonhurst

Eighty-sixth Street in Bensonhurst is replete with Asian restaurants of all types, and one of its newest eateries specializes in a type of food rarely seen in New York City – Burmese food. … Full Article

‘Brahms vs. Radiohead’ comes to Kings Theater

How can today's performers appeal to a younger generation? Composer, conductor and arranger Steve Hackman has an answer: smashing together the old and the new.  … Full Article

Brooklyn sculptor brings ‘Picasso’ to Columbia Street Waterfront District

Brooklyn artist Elliott Arkin has exhibited all over the world, but his latest exhibit will be in his own neighborhood, the Columbia Street Waterfront District. … Full Article

Emma’s Torch, serving grilled branzino with a side of social justice in Carroll Gardens

Brooklyn’s latest restaurant is bringing a lot more to the table than just delicious food. … Full Article


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