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Karina's Lovely Earthlings

Karina Daniel, creator of Lovely Earthlings Bed-Stuy resident Karina Daniel is re-drawing her life: She's not altogether sure how the final picture will turn out, but she's confident that if she sketches with a focus on what interests her most, the f

The World Is Crazy, But You Can Still Enjoy This Brooklyn Weekend

Unless the world is ready to catch a fire, burn down and let the Zombies rebuild it, then we should take a cue from Hollywood movies and stop being so f**ing stupid and start showing way more humanity.

Red Bull Music Academy Fest Returns to NYC: Lineup and Tickets

George Clinton, Phosphorescent, A$AP Rocky and FKA Twigs to perform at the 2015 Red Bull Music Academy Festival Beginning Friday, May 1 and continuing throughout the entire month of May, Red Bull Music Academy Festival returns to New York City for it

BAMcinématek presents FilmAfrica

August Winds by Gabriel Mascaro Beginning Friday, May 22, through Monday, May 25, BAMcinématek presents FilmAfrica , the cinematic companion to BAM ' s 38th annual DanceAfrica.
International Jazz Day at Brooklyn Borough Hall

International Jazz Day at Brooklyn Borough Hall

Brooklyn Borough Hall is the place to be to celebrate culture! Please join Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams on Thursday, April 30 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, at 209 Joralemon Street for a celebration of International Jazz Day.

What's Up Weekend! Feeling Khaleesi: April 17 -19

Drones Are The New Dragons The weekends are starting to look way up: the sun stays in the sky 'til later in the day, Mother Nature has been holding off on the precipitation, and the good people at HBO have returned Game Of Thrones to TVs, computers a
Miko Branch, the Face Behind Miss Jessie's, to Hold Book-Signing in Bed-Stuy

Miko Branch, the Face Behind Miss Jessie's, to Hold Book-Signing in Bed-Stuy

Mark Your Calendars: Brooklyn's very own Miko Branch , known as a vanguard of the natural hair care movement, and also, the co-founder of Miss Jessie's hair care products will be back in Bed-Stuy on Saturday, April 25, for a meet-and-greet and signin

Haiti Cultural Exchange Presents 3rd Biannual Haiti Film Fest

HCX is proud to announce the Third Biennial Haiti Film Fest scheduled for May 8 through May 15 at venues around the city and kicking off with the Haiti Film Fest Opening Night on Thursday, May 7 at DROM NYC.

The Center for Black Literature Celebrates Poetry Month with Fred Moten, Tara Betts and Mel Cooke

(l to r): Poets Fred Moten, Tara Betts and Mel Cooke Since National Poetry Month started in April 1996, it has become one the largest literary celebrations to honor the nation's poets and acknowledge the vital role poetry plays in our culture.

Now on Exhibit at BHS: Photos and Personal Letters During Civil War Brooklyn

Courtesy Brooklyn Historical Society Between 1861 and 1865, more than 30,000 men departed Brooklyn to fight in the American Civil War, leaving behind spouses, sweethearts, parents, children, siblings, and friends.