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Disguise: Masks and Global African Art

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art

Twenty-five contemporary artists merge with historical African masquerades in order to bring you Disguise: Masks and Global African Art.

'Street Easy' Report Details Why Minimum Wage Won't Pay The Rent

Rent is out of control for some poor New Yorkers and if you are making minimum wage, odds are you aren't living alone, according to a recent report by Street Easy. And living alone will cost you.

Georgia Gun Trafficking Ring Sentenced for Selling Guns Destined for the Streets of Brooklyn

According to Brooklyn District Attorney, Ken Thompson, 49-year-old Georgia Native, Rodney Brewer, has been sentenced to 10 years prison for trafficking firearms from Georgia to Brooklyn via Interstate 95.

3rd Annual First Food Festival Returns to Bedstuy, Highlights the Importance of Breastfeeding

Parents and potential parents are encouraged to attend the third annual First Food Festival on August 20, 2016 at the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Plaza from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The festival will be hosted by Council Member Robert Cornegy Jr.

Sew Green Fashion Camp Redesigns Summer Camp Expectations

An eager camp-goer enjoys sewing instruction at Sew Green Fashion Camp While young boys and girls adorn brightly colored shirts on their way to traditional summer camps around the city, a group of children from ages 8 to 17 are embarking upon a less

Asase Yaa's Annual 'Art is Alive' to Offer Free Week of African Dance in Bed-Stuy

Daaimah Taalib-Din instructs a dance class Photo: Viewme.

The First New York Based African Food Festival Will Debut at Brooklyn Navy Yard

Foodies throughout New York City are preparing their palettes for the first ever African Food Festival on August 13 and 14 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

The Return of Red Light Special: A Night Of Burlesque This Friday

This Friday, August 12, 2016, come drop by Black Bear Bar in Brooklyn for an evening of burlesque.

'Painting it Forward' Art Auction Set for Weeksville Heritage Center to Benefit the Chionesu Bakari Program

Last year's Painting It Forward event. (photo credit: ziongallery.blogspot.

Brooklyn Brainery Teaches New Yorkers Anything and Everything

Students participate in a beer brewing lesson.