The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporian
Arts closes their fifth annual KIDflix film festival on Aug.
27 with Sidney Lumet’s 1978 musical, "The Wiz." Comment
Inspired by a day of gazing at works by
Dali and Ernst at the Museum of Modern Art, Park Sloper Ron Katz
has opened The Surreal Cafe. But don’t worry, while surreal works
by local artists line the walls the food will not remind you
of melting clocks and dripping eggs. Comment
Excavating 3.5 million cubic yards of rock
and earth is not an easy feat. Place a city on top of it, add
a population of about 3 million and enclose it with two bodies
of water, and this endeavor suddenly becomes a monumental challenge
for any labor force - especially when the most advanced technology
available at the time is a pick-axe and shovel. Comment
He’s tall, dark and handsome. He knows
his way around some of Brooklyn’s more unsavory neighborhoods
as well as he does the food mecca that is Smith Street. And the
ladies love him. Comment
Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic "Jaws,"
which film historians consider one of the first box-office blockbusters,
will be screened by the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy as the
finale to their annual summer film series. ("Jaws"
was originally slated for Aug. 12, but was postponed due to inclement
Since when has a cooking school looked
and felt just like home, complete with a backdoor leading to
an outdoor deck and yard? Since Joe and Diane DiMeo started planning,
designing and creating the Neighborhood Kitchen Culinary Arts
school on Court Street at Baltic Street in Cobble Hill. Comment
Waterfront Artists Coalition will close its liquid-inspired "Water
Show" art exhibition on Aug. 22 at 4 pm with an auction.
"Water Show" will be on display […] Comment
Frenchman Olivier Assayas has been among
the most consistently interesting filmmakers of the past decade. Comment