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 […]
Comic Daredevil, Bello Nock, takes social distancing to a whole new level
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!
New York Post photographer Anthony Causi loses battle with Covid-19
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.
Bringing Back the Past
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.
Videos to make you Smile
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?
Christina Koch returns to Earth
After a record-setting 328-day stay on the International Space Station (ISS), NASA astronaut Christina Koch left the station via space capsule, made it through the fiery reentry through Earth’s atmosphere, and landed on a bed of snow in the frigid Kazakhstani desert.
“Tack Tuesdays” at Fotografiska New York
Fotografiska New York, the recently opened photography museum in the Flatiron District of New York City, announced today the launch of “Tack Tuesdays,” [pro. tah-k] a free admissions program offered on the first Tuesday evening of every month.
Stephen Mallon’s “Passing Freight”
“Passing Freight” a solo exhibition of photographs by Stephen Mallon, debuts at the Front Room Gallery from February 13 to March 15, 2020. “Passing Freight” is a visual celebration of the unique beauty and function of freight train cars in United States.
Brittany Howard opens Celebrate Brooklyn
BRIC presents Brittany Howard, frontwoman and guitarist for the chart-topping, GRAMMY Award-winning band Alabama Shakes, to open the 42nd annual BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival with a free concert on June 9 at the Prospect Park Bandshell.
Death Becomes Her
Death Becomes Her is a group exhibition on view at BRIC in the Main Gallery, co-curated and in partnership with The Green-Wood Cemetery. With an opening reception on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, from 7PM to 9PM, the exhibit runs through April 19, 2020.