Stargazing is not something most city dwellers spend much time doing, but everyone is invited to spend the evening looking up on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at BAM. Starting at 7pm, sculptor Ken Nintzel will be leading a discussion about his new work, You Are Here, a series of life-size sculptures inspired by the constellations, which are currently on display in the Peter Jay Sharp Building. Attendees will then get a chance to check out the real star patterns that inspired Nintzel’s pieces as part of a guided stargazing tour taking place on the rooftop of BAM Fischer beginning at 8pm. The event is free, but space is limited, so get there early if you’d like a seat and bundle up.
Make yourself a cherry pie, whether or not you’re a Twin Peaks fanatic prepping for the return of the Agent Cooper, Sheriff Truman and the Double R Diner.
From bike parties to floating food forests, there’s a ton of great events to enjoy this week, but you’re forgiven if you just want to skip to Twin Peaks.
Some say that the neighborhood restaurant is a dying breed in New York City. Not at River Deli, which is not a deli at all, in Brooklyn Heights.
Emma Straub opened an indie bookstore called Books Are Magic, joining a distinguished group of independent booksellers in Brooklyn. These are our faves.
Yes, the White House sent an email introducing the American people to a bunny named Marlon Bundo today. There’s also plenty of fun to be had this week.