A Book Lover’s Guide to Brooklyn

Or should I say Book-lyn???

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A Pandemic Tale in the Time of COVID-19

There’s something almost meta in reading Emma Donoghue’s ‘The Pull of the Stars,’ a book about the 1918 flu, amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Rebecca Kelly: The Artist as Healer

Multi-media artist Rebecca Kelly reflects on the healing power of art.

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The Beauty in Things Gone Wrong: Barbara Long’s Artistic Experimentation

Madrid-based artist Barbara Long creates beauty from the mess of life, reveling in ‘things gone wrong.’

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COVID Christmas in NYC

COVID-19 hasn’t succeeded in canceling Christmas. Read on for some pandemic-friendly holiday activities.

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COVID-Friendly Art Walks: Lower Manhattan

A guide to the diverse public artworks in lower Manhattan.

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Evolving Creativity: Carol Paik’s Artistic Journey

Lawyer. Writer. Visual Artist. Carol Paik has had a range of experiences throughout her history. Now, she is focusing her time and energy on the visual arts, a medium of communication that she is exploring in new and inventive ways.

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Quirks and Curiosities: Red Hook, Brooklyn

Red Hook has embraced the quirky, the curious, the strange, and it makes for an engrossing place to visit and explore.

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Collage Queen: Patti Robinson

It’s always fascinating to learn what has led an artist in one direction or another, and collage artist Patti Robinson is someone with an interesting story to tell.

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