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Upcoming Events

  • June 5th - Brooklyn Waterfront Tastes
  • Angela Davis, Brooklyn Museum
    June 2nd - Angela Davis Honored at 2016 Sackler Center Awards
  • April 1 - August 7th - Agitprop!
  • May 4: Andrew Solomon Book Talk
  • Apr 29 - Sep 18: Disguise: Masks and Global African Art
  • May 19: 2nd Annual MoCADA Masquerade Ball



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Healthy Start Brooklyn

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Kings of Karaoke

With a repertoire a decade in the making, the Kings of Karaoke have the Midas touch that turns every event into a raucous party. The music doesn’t stop between karaoke contestants as the Kings show off their songbook spanning decades of metal, punk, indie, and various other genres. Karaoke is a blast, but karaoke with seamless transitions and constant great music is something worth doing every Thursday night. Event is 21+.

Bingo With Kei Kei At Fawkner

Come join us in non-stop entertainment and play for your chance to win tickets to shows at the Bell House and Union Hall, free food/drinks and more cool prizes. 4 card max for $1, $2 O69 shots, $6 Poutine, $8 Signature Cocktail and $12 Pitchers of Narragansett. Every Wednesday Night from 8pm-11pm.


FREE STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Math) After-School Program at Macon Library

DIVAS for Social Justice is offering a free after-school program from middle school students at Macon Public Library. The program is for youth in 6-8th grade. The program will run Tuesday-Thursday from 3-6PM starting the week of May 15th. The program will be an interactive maker space offering digital media, 3D Printing and Robotics and interactive arts based activities with a social justice theme. This is a FREE program . An application is available upon request. DIVAS for Social Justice will be at the Macon Library every Tuesday leading up to the week of May 15th hosting an open house recruitment for the program. This program is for girls and boys.


I Know What Time It Is: It's Now

Getting Fuller Invested

Home Sweet Home for Some There are many hoops a newbie may have to jump over before getting dug into a job. Some hoops are visible, others aren't. Today, Joy will learn an application that will make her...



Climactic Change

By Michael Milton "...Oh, how this spring of love resembleth the uncertain glory of an April day Which now shows all...


Your borough in pictures

  • Photos: Grand Opening of Arts East New York
  • Photos: The Shirley Chisholm Women of Distinction Celebration
  • Mandatory Inclusionary Housing, Zoning for Quality and Affordability, Bill de Blasio
    Photos: Mayor de Blasio Pays Surprise Visit to Bed-Stuy, Campaigns his Affordable Housing Bills
  • Photos: 'The People Who Could Fly,' a Quilting Exhibit
  • Photos: How Young Brooklynites are Breaking Free of the School-to-Prison Pipeline
  • Photos: Crepe House on Myrtle Ave, Soon Come!
  • Photos: It's a Carnival Christmas at the Bedford YMCA
  • Photos: Stuyvesant Indi Bazaar Offers Unique, Eclectic and Local Handmade Goods
  • Photos: Ballet Next Visits the Little Ballerinas of the Bedford YMCA
  • (l to r) Brooklyn Nets players Brook Lopez and Markel Brown work alongside Dr. Melony Samuels, executive director of The Bed Stuy Campaign Against Hunger
    The Brooklyn Nets Campaign Against Hunger, Hand Out Turkeys in Bed-Stuy
  • Photos: Halloween at Von King
  • Brooklyn Honors, Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA
    Photos: Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA's 3rd Annual 'Brooklyn Honors'
  • VIDEO: The 35th Annual Restoration 10K Walk, Run & Ride
  • Brook-Lens: Photos from Restoration Rocks! 2015
  • Brook-Lens: At Judgement of Brooklyn, is the East a Beast, or is the West the Best?
  • Brook-Lens: Lion's Den Officially Opens for Business
  • Blood Moon in Brooklyn!
  • Brook-Lens: BMS Hosts Children's Health Festival and Block Party
  • Brook-Lens: A Rooftop, a DJ and the Fresh Faces of Central Brooklyn
  • Brook-Lens (Photos): Central Brooklyn Goes Back to School!