The people that made it legal to have a cocktail at the movies are taking their show on the road....MORE >>
New in town? Don’t have many friends yet? A new Greenpoint-based company, Wrevel, says it can help.
Calling itself “a wrevolution...MORE >>
On Sunday, August 11th, Transmitter Park will go to the swingers when Town Square presents the first of two swing...MORE >>
You don’t have to be a superhero to fly high in Williamsburg, just sign up for Laura Witwer’s Aerial Silk...MORE >>
Brooklyn continues to be the landing ground for much of the world’s best talent, and festivals continue to be the...MORE >>
For Greenline editor and St. Nick’s Alliance Communications Manager, Greg Hanlon, football, and especially his New York Giants, are more...MORE >>
Joel Lee Kulp and John “Clems” Clement the guys behind Graham Avenue’s “prohibition-style speakeasy,” The Richardson, are hoping they can...MORE >>
On July 13th, a group of dancers returned to their ‘70s and ‘80s stomping ground, at Cooper Park, for the...MORE >>
A chicken wire cat leapt into the fifth aisle of a hardware store, suspended above bags of potting mix. On...MORE >>
A new art exhibition is making waves along the East River. “Drawn to Water: A Floating Photographic Exhibition,” set sail...MORE >>
Kids and adults jammed out to a live band, helped a Brooklyn juggler, a magician, and narrated story time with...MORE >>
It wasn’t long ago that artists setting up shop in North Brooklyn were considered visionaries (or crazy depending on who...MORE >>
Prince once said he started writing music because there weren’t any songs he wanted to hear. In the end, he...MORE >>
Philly transplant Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s new exhibit, “Stop Telling Women to Smile,” aims at the gender based harassment women encounter whenever...MORE >>
Lights! Camera! APP-tion!
Details for this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), themed “Magnetic”, were announced last week along with...MORE >>
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