Category Archives: Brooklyn
In these years of pandemic and social distancing, wandering in a vast cemetery has become more than ever before a peaceful and contemplative activity. Some come to visit relatives’ graves, some to learn about the historic battle of the American … Continue reading
On the longest night of the year you can lift your spirits in the Dyker Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, where the neighbors vie to present the most elaborate holiday lights.
28,000 people attended Bernie Sander’s campaign rally two days before the Democratic primary in New York, the first competitive primary for both parties in recent memory.
Coney Island is an unlikely scene for a presidential campaign rally, but the unlikely candidate drew an energetic crowd to the boardwalk on a Sunday afternoon.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addressed an enthusiastic and diverse crowd at a campaign rally today in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Photoville 2015 on the Brooklyn waterfront, a great open air photo show. There’s no way to summarize the work of 400 contemporary photographers exhibited in shipping containers, but one recurring theme was social engagement.
The annual cherry blossom festival, Sakura Matsuri, in its 34th year at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
My favorite of the four sons is “the one who wits not to ask.”