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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Marrying Opposites: Dancing with Amanda Sommers

Contemporary dancer, actress and model, Amanda Sommers, has managed to marry opposites and differences throughout her career.

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Artist Feature: Kathleen Granados

Spotlight on Hunter MFA student and mixed-media artist Kathleen Granados.

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From Landfill to Arts Space: Socrates Sculpture Park

If Socrates Sculpture Park on Long Island City is a testament to anything, it is New York City’s ability to regenerate and regrow.

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Rethinking America

The Brooklyn Museum’s American art wing undergoes a timely and important revision, and one that forces us to rethink our understanding of American history through its art.

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Studio 54: Night Magic

Studio 54 was only open for 33 months, but the cultural impact has lasted decades. At the ongoing exhibition put on by the Brooklyn Museum, visitors will understand why.

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A Covid-Friendly Weekend in Brooklyn

Last weekend, we found ourselves with nothing on the calendar, which has become the norm for us during covid. With only bikes and time at our disposal, we hatched a plan.

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The Sad-Eyed Lady

It is the feel of the pages in your hand as you turn through the book as much as the image on the page that stirs something more than just passing interest in Zimmermann’s “The Sad-Eyed Lady.”

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