Brooklyn music appreciators packed into the Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on Sunday, as they watched one man, backed by nearly 100 other musicians, play the entire Beatles canon on ukulele.
On Day 3 of a Brooklyn literary outlet’s experiment in Twitter micro-publishing, the Ink speaks with author Rick Moody and publisher Andy Hunter of Electric Literature.
A literary anthology based out of Gold Street in Fort Greene, Electric Literature, began publishing a new short story by Rick Moody, renowned author of The Ice Storm, via Twitter today. Using its Twitter handle @ElectricLit the literary outlet announced the coming of “Rick Moody’s Microserialized Twitter Fiction Project,” which is titled ‘Some Contemporary Characters,’ […]
Leah Finnegan describes the little-glamorized life of a film grip on a Martin Scorcese shoot in Park Slope.
In Bay Ridge, a scene from a ballroom dancing class: Octogenarians fox trot, retirees rumba and the cardigans come off as the young at heart learn a few new tricks.
During the daytime, this 1950s-styled diner happily plays the role of quaint family restaurant, but as the night sets in, the lights are dimmed and the music raised. Welcome to Karaoke Night in Red Hook.
Lower rents in Brooklyn has caused an influx of galleries to DUMBO over the past few months. A deeper look into the neighborhood’s diversified art scene.
By Mara Zepeda The theater at Bay Ridge Preparatory School doubles as a basketball court. A dozen students congregate in the cavernous room. Some girls-black knee socks askew-dangle their legs off the edge of the stage. Boys loosen their neckties and slouch in folding chairs arranged in a semicircle. Other students are splayed on the […]