The Sakura Matsuri Festival is not only the perfect way celebrate the long-awaited spring, but also a way to learn more about Japanese heritage through a wide variety of interactive events.
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For people who enjoy creativity in the form of essays, comics and illustrations a festival dedicated to magazines approaches the neighborhoods. The second annual Brooklyn Zine Fest (pronounced Zeen) returns to Public Assembly on Sunday, April 21 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This event breeds a feted atmosphere and showcases self-published magazines of featured writers and artists at a price range between $1-$10.
The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards will take place in the Barclays Center on August 25 marking the 30th anniversary of the show. It will also be the first major annual awards show to take place in the borough of Brooklyn, MTV announced last week.
Pop-up restaurants are temporary restaurants that usually operate out of a home, a vacant factory or another established restaurant.
From June 14-21, the neighborhoods of Bushwick and Williamsburg will become home to this festival of music, films and panels.
In the first part of the next installment of Feature Co-Editor Darryl Yu's restaurant series, Word of Mouth, the Observer visits Buffalo Cantina of Williamsburg, Brooklyn to try the infamous Seppuku wings.
My eyes were burning when I woke up in a foreign apartment in the heart of Brooklyn. Everything was out of focus; I fell asleep with my contacts in. Why did I do that...
One of the oldest and fully functioning flea markets in Brooklyn, Artists & Fleas was recently voted the best flea market of 2011 by the Village Voice and is a haven for all things art. Just a short walk from the Bedford Avenue L train stop, the indoor flea market is a rendezvous for local independent and up-and-coming artists, designers and collectors.
By ALEX GAETE Staff Wrfiter Published: October 30, 2008 Are you looking for a weekend escape to Brooklyn without venturing into the cramped, hipster-laden streets of Williamsburg? An ideal alternative is Clinton Hill/Fort Greene, a neighborhood filled with local artists, inexpensive food, fresh fruit and more vintage treasures than you can imagine. Accompanied by a close friend who attends the [...]