The most spectacular settings for summer movies are city parks and rooftops, but the opening of Steinberg Screen at BAM’s Harvey Theater has made watching movies indoors magical again. Brooklyn’s largest indoor screen, hung before the stage of the Harvey’s artfully dilapidated theater, is just a temporary thing–BAM will roll it up Sept. 5 and go back to hosting performances there until next summer. In the meantime the pop-up movie palace is screening Blue Jasmine, and watching Cate Blanchett as a Ruth Madoff-like figure who loses all her money, and all her marbles, is even more remarkable in a majestic theater. It’s screening there through Aug. 22 with three showtimes on Sunday.
A clear picture of the Trump administration’s stance toward immigration of all kinds is beginning to emerge and it’s not pretty.
Atlantic Social is a sports bar with a surprising menu from Dale Talde. Come for the game, stay for the General Tsos wings and the Detroit-style pizza.
Advocates from Make the Road New York outlined how the ongoing immigration raids are becoming more aggressive and how to help immigrants in New York.
Yes, Mozart had a sister. Mozart’s Sister is also the name of Canadian musician Caila Thompson-Hannant’s ecstatically pop-y project, on tour now.
Insa is throwing a dance party Sunday night to raise money for refugees affected by Trump’s hideous travel ban. Video: Insa Buenos miercoles, todos, and welcome to another edition of Your Ideal Week, our weekly roundup of eats, activities, readings, cultural events, and other gatherings happening in and around the best borough. Hope everyone survived the […]