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'Flatbush Misdemeanors' Web Series Gives a Lens into a More Realistic Brooklyn, Says Creators

Co-writers of the web series, "Flatbush Misdemeanors," Dan Perlman and Kevin Iso.

At Brooklyn Museum, Disabled Residents Use Art to Define Home

Artist Zenalia Brown proudly shows off her work. How do you define home? For the past year, 14 residents living in the Institute for Community Living 's houses around New York have been trying to tackle this question through art.

Brooklyn’s First Transgender Firefighter Featured in Award-Winning Doc at BAM

Brooke Guinan was the subject of the documentary Woman on Fire, which will be showing at BAM on June 5. Life hasn't changed much for Brooke Guinan since the documentary Woman on Fire premiered at DOC NYC last November.

Upcoming Film Festival Gives Brooklynites a Cinematic View of Haitian Culture

Movie: The Empty Box, showing at the 4th Biennial Haiti Film Festival Back again for its 4 th biennial year is the Haitian Film Festival, hosted by Haiti Cultural Exchange .
Photos: Views from 'Underhill Walls BK'

Photos: Views from 'Underhill Walls BK'

Who doesn't love dope street art? Well, if you live in Brooklyn, where the presence of street art is as ubiquitous as the millions of pedestrians and pigeons that inhabit the borough, at worst, you learn to tolerate street art; at best, you come to l

ARTs East New York Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

Wow, time sure does fly when you're having fun in the arts! On Saturday, May 6, the ARTs East New York community space and art gallery located at 534 Livonia Avenue will celebrate its one-year anniversary! The celebration will be kicking off at 9:00a
Clinton Hill Icon 'Five Spot' Restaurant Closed due to Seizure by City

Clinton Hill Icon 'Five Spot' Restaurant Closed due to Seizure by City

Photo by Clinton Hill restaurant and entertainment hub Five Spot has been closed for the last week.

Local Restaurants to Participate in Dine In Brooklyn

From Monday, March 20 to Thursday, March 30 , restaurateurs and foodies across the borough will be participating in Dine In Brooklyn, the borough's official restaurant week.

Double Dutch Gives Brownsville's 'Jazzy Jumpers' a Creative Outlet

With the exception of dance, recreational activities for girls are non-existent in Brownsville, one of New York's poorest neighborhoods.

New Audit Reveals WiFi Service Fully Functioning in 150 MTA Subway Stations

A new audit released by New York City Comptroller Scott M.