Brooklyn is a city and borough with its own sense of self that is diverse, creative, entrepreneurial and family.
It’s New York City’s most populous borough and was its own city until 1898. By itself, Brooklyn is the third biggest city in America after Los Angeles and Chicago.
Most of New York City’s cool stuff has moved to Brooklyn. Oy vey!
Bed-Stuy is Bedford-Stuyvesant, a residential neighborhood in north Brooklyn. Everybody calls it…
Crown Heights is a Caribbean and Jewish residential neighborhood in central Brooklyn.…
Coney Island, Brooklyn is a seaside resort community with a legendary boardwalk…
Fort Greene, Brooklyn is a historic cultural district next to Downtown Brooklyn,…
Park Slope, Brooklyn is a lovely residential neighborhood of classic brownstones west…
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn is a residential neighborhood that is also the home…
Prospect Park is the big park in Brooklyn. Its home to the…
Red Hook, Brooklyn is a waterfront seaport and industrial hub that is…
Williamsburg is a hipster, Puerto Rican and Hasidic neighborhood in Brooklyn. New…
An African-American and West Indian neighborhood.
BOROUGH PARK, Brooklyn
1027 Flatbush Ave
KINGSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MANHATTAN BEACH, BROOKLYN
College performing arts center that programs Latin culture
¡New York Latin Culture Sponsor!
A center for New Music.
509 Atlantic Ave at Third Ave
Boerum Hill, Brooklyn
BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN, Tue-Sun ~ NYC’s aerial burlesque nightclub is as close as you can get to the good old party days in public
U.S. Representative NY District 7. First Latina on the New York City Council and first Puerto Rican woman in U.S. Congress.
Lower East Side, East Village
Brooklyn Heights, Bushwick, Carroll Gardens, Greenpoint, Red Hook, Williamsburg
Maspeth, Ridgewood, Woodside
1 Knickerbocker Ave
at Johnson Street
Closed on Mondays
DISTRICT 38: Bay Ridge, Greenwood Heights, Red Hook, Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace
Elected 2013 & 2017
48 South 4th St
between Wythe & Kent
Cuba Caliente Sundays
Experimental performance space for new music, dance, film, and literature
A large Victorian banquet hall in Park Slope, Brooklyn rented for weddings and the occasional experiential performance