The play revisits a troubling moment in Crown Heights History, the 1991 riot. And for many, it's still a difficult subject.
Has the Miss Subways Pageant Gone Off the Rails?
The gathering is part transit activism and part surrealism, with drinks and ‘rabid wolves’ on the side.
“Let Him Come”: A Gay Black Minister and Her Long Journey Back to God
At The Potter’s House, one of the oldest independent Black founded LGBT churches in New York, a Black pastor and her partner lead a congregation to a new doctrine: God moves in the midst of the LGBT community.
“Red Hook,” Brooklyn’s Very Own Superhero, Battles Villains and Rising Rents
Dean Haspiel, an award-winning comic book artist, uses The Red Hook to show an alternative Brooklyn where art is capital.
Life Inside the “House of Collection”
Stories and artifacts from Williamsburg’s original artist residence.
Where Pierogis Meet Punk in Greenpoint
Welcome to the Warsaw, a community center for aging Poles and a concert venue for young rockers.
A Red Hook Gallery Gives Experimental Artists a Place to Breathe
DE-CONSTRUKT hosts artists of a surprisingly large variety in a nearly hidden neighborhod space.
Empty Shelves: The Void a Closed Library Leaves Behind
A branch closed for renovations makes Windsor Terrace notice what it perhaps took for granted.
New Neighbor in Sunset Park: A Theater Company
After 26 years of roaming, a group finds its home base.
Meet Hadi Nasiri, an Iranian Artist With a Large Supply of Courage
A political artist and refugee defies stereotypes, while trying to shake things up.