Along with great exhibitions like “Keith Haring 1978-1982,” a new series called Thursdays @ 7 is yet another reason to visit the Brooklyn Museum this month, which will be open every Thursday evening until 10 p.m. They’ve lined up a ton of exciting programs in April, including free gallery tours and fascinating lectures with scholars and pop culture icons, concerts, and film screenings. This Thursday at 7pm, McGill professor Thomas Heise talks about the burgeoning bohemia of Greenwich Village in the early twentieth century. There’s also a free tour at 6pm that explores the connections between working women in the museum’s African Art and American Art collections. For upcoming Thursday events at Brooklyn Museum, subscribe to Thursdays @ 7 updates via RSS, sign up for the email list, or click here for the full schedule.
Holly Howard is our go-to business consultant. She’s helped countless small businesses in Brooklyn and beyond (including us here at Brooklyn Based) with her expertise and know-how. This summer, in an unprecedented program, 10 small businesses in Red Hook, Brooklyn have come together to work as a community to grow their businesses through Holly’s From Artisan to Entrepreneur® Business […]
Although he was born and raised in California, the late Jeff Buckley will always be a quintessential New Yorker. It was in the Big Apple that his career really flourished after he moved here in the early ’90s. New York City was different then—most of the music venues were in Manhattan, record shops were plentiful, […]
We didn’t want anyone to have to choose between their summer vacation and one of our Immersions with Brooklyn Brewery, so after fantastic days spent drinking, eating and exploring the South Slope and Greenpoint in June and July, we took August off and planned The Total Bushwick Immersion for Saturday, Sept. 13. We’ve lined up a […]
Shawangunk Ridge | Jarek Tuszynski via Wikipedia AllCar Rent-A-Car and Carpingo are offering you the chance to win a weekend for you and a guest in the country. In addition to getting a free car for three days and two nights, the winning entry will also get two nights in the Cathedral Room or the Woodstove Room at Audrey’s Farmhouse Bed and […]
Every summer the Afropunk Fest at Commodore Barry Park in Fort Greene welcomes one of the city’s most dynamic musical lineups of the year. This weekend the free annual festival will host artists including Fishbone, Bad Brains, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Body Count and Meshell Ndegeocello, and pay tribute to the late DJ Rashad, as well as […]