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The blanket Executive Order signed by President Trump has caused respected Washington D.C. photojournalist Eman Mohammed to cancel her plans to serve as a judge of the prestigious World Photo competition in Amsterdam.
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Respected Washington D.C. photojournalist Eman Mohammed canceled her plans to serve as a judge at the World Photo competition in Amsterdam because of the Executive Order signed by President Trump.

As part of PS122’s Coil Festival, The Invisible Dog Art Center co-presents the U.S. premiere of Worktable, an installation by Kate McIntosh from January 5 to 9, 2017.
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Here's your chance to be destructive in the name of art. Take a watch, beat the watch with a hammer, put it back together. How's that for art? As part of the twelfth edition of PS122’s Coil Festival, Performance Space 122 and The Invisible Dog Art Center co-present the U.S. premiere of Worktable, an installation by Kate McIntosh from January 5 to 9, 2017.

Roulette in Boerum Hill announces its programming for Fall 2016 which includes the premiere of new work from Glenn Branca
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Roulette in Boerum Hill announces its programming for Fall 2016 which includes the premiere of new work from Glenn Branca; analog synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani’s first New York performance since 1975; a three-part perfo

The Look + Listen Festival begins on Friday, April 29 at BRIC House featuring percussion and piano quartet Yarn/Wire, Saturday, April 30 at BRIC House with Bridget Kibbey, and Friday, May 6 at Invisible Dog with Phyllis Chen.
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Each year, the Look + Listen Festival presents the best of new music in New York City art spaces in an effort to expand the audience for both art forms and this year is no different, EXCEPT that it is

The 2016 edition of Roulette’s Festival of Mixology, running from Tuesday, February 16, to Saturday, February 20, 2016, explores the history and tradition of electronics as it influences contemporary performance.
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The 2016 edition of Roulette’s Festival of Mixology, running from Tuesday, February 16, to Saturday, February 20, 2016, explores the history and tradition of electronics as it influences contemporary

©Mark D Phillips Empire Stores in DUMBO lit for the holidays in December 2006 is still our favorite holiday image!
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Merry Christmas from The South Brooklyn Network!

The Best Images on The South Brooklyn Network from 2015
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HAPPY 2016 from The South Brooklyn Network!

2015 was a great year in Brooklyn.

The South Brooklyn Network is proud to launch its ETSY Store featuring the artwork of Mark D Phillips.
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The South Brooklyn Network is proud to launch its ETSY Store featuring the artwork of Mark D Phillips.

Christopher Swain swims in the Gowanus Canal for Earth Day, April 22, 2015. The activist made the journey to bring attention to the Brooklyn Superfund site.
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Earth Day brings out some of the stupidest ideas, and an an environmental activist took it to a new level by swimming in the disgustingly toxic Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn.

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Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

The Museum of the City of New York presents Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, as part of its second season of the nonfiction film series, Smile, It’s Your Close Up: New York's Documentaries, which zooms in on key moments, individuals, and communities to pose the question: “What makes New Yor