Janet Jackson in Brooklyn Filming While Touring the US

Jul 24, 18 Janet Jackson in Brooklyn Filming While Touring the US

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After her performance during her State of the World Tour in Hershey, Pennsylvania, Janet Jackson headed to Brooklyn to film a new music video. She is now on the road, bringing her music to fans across the United States- but she had time for a detour to Brooklyn. Being 52 has not slowed down Janet at all. She was seen filming...

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Seventeenth Century Play on its Way to Brooklyn, Naked

Jul 16, 18 Seventeenth Century Play on its Way to Brooklyn, Naked

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Torn Out Theater will be performing the 1677 classic written by Aphra Behn, The Rover—with a twist. It will be performed, selectively, in the nude. You might be wondering if it is legal to perform in the public sphere, such as Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, even if it is completely free, is legal? Visitors to the park are indeed legally...

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Women Directors Shine in Brooklyn

Jul 06, 18 Women Directors Shine in Brooklyn

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The Second Annual Brooklyn Women’s Film Festival was held over the weekend at the end of June at the underground bar in the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. The event was billed as “run by women, about women, and for everyone.” During the weekend four programs were screened, each composed of ten short films. Most featured female...

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Summer Fun at the Movies for $1 Per Ticket

Jun 20, 18 Summer Fun at the Movies for $1 Per Ticket

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This summer a trip to the movies for the family will once again be affordable at one special theater in Brooklyn. The Regal Cinema at 3907 Shore Parkway in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. This UA affiliated theater is offering Summer Movie Express for only $1 per ticket. The featured movies certainly have kids in mind, with such...

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Old New York Sculptures Find New Venue

Apr 22, 18 Old New York Sculptures Find New Venue

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New York is a city that never sleeps, and it is always in constant flux. Old, stately, even beautiful buildings are often torn down to make room for the future. But just because the old buildings are coming down doesn’t mean that all the beautiful details within the buildings need to be lost. Not at all. Sone of the more exquisite...

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Brooklyn Museum Picks White Woman to Curate African Art

Apr 01, 18 Brooklyn Museum Picks White Woman to Curate African Art

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The Brooklyn Museum has come under heavy fire from members of the black community for picking a white woman to be the curator of the museum’s extensive collection of African artworks. Last week the museum chose Kristen Windmuller-Luna, a 31-year-old professor of art history and archeology at Columbia University, former educator at...

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