Greenpoint's Meserole Theater has undergone several transitions since its days showing movies. Now, some think its time to return the building to its former glory.
A Brooklyn Walking Tour Gets Some Wheels
Dom Gervasi's Made in Brooklyn tour—of small businesses that make things—is expanding its range
So This Comedian Walks Into A Bar…
Park Slope’s First Annual Comedy Festival gets underway, with six nights of jokes
“The Bard and Some Brews”: Ready for a ShakesBEERience?
Ever want a drink with Macbeth? A Brooklyn Shakespeare fest brings the playwright's words to a barstool near you
Green-Wood Cemetery’s Beautiful Greenhouse: Love Hurts
It will be beautiful in the end, but tenderly restoring a Victorian structure has not been easy
Crown Heights: The Show Goes on at an Iconic Theater, Despite Ownership Issues
Although the ownership of Nostrand Avenue's Black Lady Theater is unclear, Clarence and Omar Hardy believe it belongs to them and are operating it accordingly
Was More Police the Answer to J’Ouvert’s History of Deadly Violence?
Celebrations were tainted by violence on the parade’s 50th anniversary.
A New Brooklyn Band Rocks For a Select Group of Fans
The New Moon All Stars Party Band, a seven-person band with a very exclusive audience, has started playing in Brooklyn's Crown Heights.
A New Kind of Bed-Stuy Block Party
In a changing neighborhood, an annual beer and wine fest has grown—and brought some benefits to locally owned businesses
The Riddle of the Indie Bookstore: A Rookie and a Veteran Tell All
The independents, it turns out, are doing OK. A veteran tells how it’s done and a newcomer describes her dream store.