Brooklyn Botanic Garden is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its iconic Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden, with a special installation of Isamu Noguchi at Brooklyn Botanic Garden from September 8–Decem
As Green-Wood reinvents itself from its primary service as a cemetery, last night's Green-Wood Historic Fund Gala brought out just how much the location has evolved.
Each September, the Green-Wood Historic Fund presents its De Witt Clinton Award for Excellence in the arts, literature, preservation and historic research.
From August 22 to 30, 2015, a week of events and activities commemorating the 238th anniversary of America's drive for independence as BATTLE WEEK returns to historic sites around Brooklyn.
UPDATED: Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s (BBG) cherry blossom festival, Sakura Matsuri—popularly considered New York City’s rite of spring and the largest annual event in a U.S.
Starting this weekend just in time for Easter and Passover, Lakeside roller skating season is officially open at the Lefrak Center in Prospect Park.
Brooklyn Public Library and the Museum of Science Fiction team up to present screenwriter Morgan Gendel, author of the Hugo Award-winning episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, “The Inner Light" on April 21 at 7pm
This year's CENTRAL BROOKLYN JAZZ FESTIVAL 2015, “Where Jazz Lives,” runs from April 17 thru May 17, 2015.
I'm not really sure when folk music became such a hot scene in Brooklyn. My connection with folk music began a long, long time ago in the mountains of North Carolina.
BRIC announces its Opening Night Gala to kick off the 37th season of the Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival.
It’s been 75-years since the skies were filled with C-47s on their way to France to begin the D-Day invasion.