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See Ghostface Killah, Earl Sweatshirt in SummerStage BK Shows

See Ghostface Killah, Earl Sweatshirt in SummerStage BK Shows

Although a majority of the shows will be in Manhattan's Central Park, there are plenty of Brooklyn shows to check out.
Attend The Annual Brighton Beach Pride March on May 19

Attend The Annual Brighton Beach Pride March on May 19

The organizers stand in opposition to the "draconian laws" that suffocate the rights of LGBTQ+ individuals in Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and other nations.
Become a Lotus, Make Dumplings at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Become a Lotus, Make Dumplings at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Every Thursday in May, the Museum will present free programs with special guests to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander culture.
Satirical Tale of Self-Discovery: Fabulation Re-Educates Audiences at The Billie

Satirical Tale of Self-Discovery: Fabulation Re-Educates Audiences at The Billie

Blending Nottage’s signature’s insight, humor and wit, Fabulation or, the Re-Education of Undine is a transformative theatrical experience.
Party On Wheels at The New York Transit Museum

Party On Wheels at The New York Transit Museum

The family-oriented fundraiser celebrates 120 years of the New York City Subway on Sunday, May 5.
A Bonanza of Music and Flowers at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

A Bonanza of Music and Flowers at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

The garden's "Weekends in Bloom" programming starts tomorrow, April 27.
Catch Ari Berman, Renée Watson at Brooklyn Public Library's Free Author Talk Series

Catch Ari Berman, Renée Watson at Brooklyn Public Library's Free Author Talk Series

The writers will discuss their works of fiction, as well as contemporary topics including the war in Ukraine and voter suppression efforts.
Open Stages Music Festival Hits Park Slope in May

Open Stages Music Festival Hits Park Slope in May

The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music's fundraiser features over 150 musicians, 40 different genres of music and 15 stages.
Immortalizing The Culture of Rest in Peace Murals

Immortalizing The Culture of Rest in Peace Murals

Photographer Omar Hamdoun and digital artist Michael Brewer bear witness to the way New Yorkers mourn their loved ones in their book "See You On the Other Side."
Center For Black Literature Presents Virtual Event With Author Percival Everett

Center For Black Literature Presents Virtual Event With Author Percival Everett

Join Everett and poet E. Ethelbert Miller for an online discussion on May 1.