The Brooklyn Historical Society is actively collecting material related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which is impacting daily life in ways no one could predict. The organization is asking for all of our help. The goal is to document and preserve the collective experiences of our community during the crisis, […]
The launch on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at 4:32pm, marks NASA’s first manned mission from the Space Coast of Florida since the Space Shuttle Atlantis returned to earth on August 31, 2011.
The Brooklyn Historical Society presents their new 5-part weekly series, Bite-Size History, starting Friday, May 22, with BHS historian Nalleli Guillen providing in-depth looks at intriguing objects in the museum’s collection.
When two of your favorite photography people get together, you can expect some remarkable discussion and phenomenal images. The Real Picture with Greg Gibson features Gary Hershorn, one of my favorite photographers of our generation. I am proud to know him and have worked with him at numerous events. In […]
BRIC announces the cancellation of the annual Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival for 2020. The outdoor concerts draw over 200,000 people to the Prospect Park Bandshell. This year’s season was to on June 9 with Brittany Howard, frontwoman and guitarist for the chart-topping, GRAMMY Award-winning band Alabama Shakes.
We all know the story: Despite their 1955 World Series win, in 1957 Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley uprooted Brooklyn’s beloved team, moving “Dem Bums” to the sun and palm trees in LA. But what was the impact on their adopted city? While the doors may be closed for the time […]
Our friend Bello Nock is trying to add a little levity into the world. And we need it more than ever in today’s world. Check out Bello’s video and follow him on social media. It’s worth it!
Anthony Causi, a longtime photographer for The New York Post whose prolific talent and larger-than-life personality made him a beloved and respected figure throughout the New York sports world, died Easter Sunday from the coronavirus.
What a great story in today’s New York Post showing how time has created fascinating ruins that today’s technology can bring back to life.
Now that nothing is happening around Brooklyn, how about some videos to make you smile? Staying home is our new norm for now and many of us don’t even have views to entertain us. How about fellow Brooklynite Patrick Stewart reading Shakespeare? Or my favorite drummer Mark Ehrhardt and the Last Throes rocking out?