SERASYMPHONY: Sailor Moon Symphony
Sunday, July 3, 2016, 7:00 p.m.
509 Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill
SERASYMPHONY: Sailor Moon Symphony, the fan-made orchestral tribute to Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, returns to New York City, Sunday, July 3, 7pm at Roulette.
Originally conceived as a video tribute celebrating the anime’s 20th anniversary, SERASYMPHONY features music and songs from the 1992 anime and 2014 reboot performed by a live orchestra. IconiQ The Soundtrack Orchestra debuted the concert in 2014 to a sold-out crowd in New York City. Reuniting at this concert are conductor and arranger Bobbie Lee Crow III, violinist Annette Homann, pianist Yasuhiko Fukuoka, and singer Jennifer Cihi, the original American singing voice of Sailor Moon, who first performed with the ensemble in Los Angeles in 2015.
Macy’s Fireworks Display
Monday, July 4th, 2016, 9:30 p.m.
Visible from rooftops throughout much of Brooklyn, the double-barge display of Macy’s traditional event shoots off from the East River, just south of the Brooklyn Bridge. If you like big crowds, dare to head for the promenade, Fulton Ferry Landing, or other close-up venue.
Midweek Movie Escapes: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Wednesday, July 6, 2016, 8:00 p.m.
1 MetroTech Center, Downtown Brooklyn
Gather your friends and family, grab your picnic blankets, and join the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership for family-friendly film nights this summer. The popcorn is on us.
LIGHT YEAR 15 presents: The Hollows – Electrique
Thursday, July 7, 2016, Dusk – 10:00 p.m.
Manhattan Bridge in the Pearl Street Triangle
Anchorage Place & Pearl St., DUMBO
Electrique, to be projected onto Manhattan Bridge in the Pearl Street Triangle, is a video directed by Sofia Theofilaktidis, edited and animated by Spyros Dahlias. It follows Electra as she confronts Electricity as her only company, manifesting itself in various forms and colors. Edited from a first person point of view who is playing hide and seek, animated lights bring comfort at times and at others, distress.
Afro-Latino Festival NYC
Fri., Sat., Su. July 8-10, 2016, All Day
Bed Stuy Restoration Center
1368 Fulton Street, Bed-Stuy
The AfroLatino Festival of New York celebrates the contributions that people of African descent from Latin America and the Caribbean have made to our city and the global culture as a whole. Now in its fourth year, the summer cultural event attracts a wide range of artists, both local and international, as well as entrepreneurs, academics and community leaders. With conferences, culinary presentations and artists showcases, the festival highlights the work, values and issues important to the AfroLatino community.
The festival will include the following elements and more:
* Musical Performances: Tito Puente Jr., Nina Sky, Princess Nokia, Los Rakas, Maluca, & El CaribeFunk, and more.
* Afrolatin Talk Conferences: Panelists will cover topics from transnational migration, immigration, human rights, BlackLatinx Feminism, the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Representation and Cultural Heritage to Afro-Colombian Participation in the Colombia Peace Process.
* Film Screening: NYC debut of “Nana Dijo; Irresolute Radiography of Black Consciousness,” directed by Bocafloja & Cambiowashere.
* Late Night DJ Parties
Read a Review of Brownstone Agents
Brownstone Real Estate
Licensed Real Estate Broker
372 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Posted 7/16/2015 by John H.
I found these guys on yelp about a year ago, and boy did they ever deliver.
My wife and I were looking for agents to list our co-op in Kensington, and we happened upon Arny Cohen. He and Robert Bryan came by to check out the place and immediately struck us as honest, hardworking guys with lots of personality. Our cat also approved, so we decided to give them the listing.
We got an above asking, all cash offer about two weeks in and were ready to close. Robert, being the scrupulous and well informed gentleman that he is, caught that we hadn't owned it long enough to avoid paying capital gains tax, so dissuaded us from the deal, instead encouraging us to wait. In this type of market it is VERY rare to have anyone remotely involved in your deal not pushing you to close as quick as you can - I'm sure it was difficult for Robert and Arny to walk away from a sure thing, but they did have our best interests at heart.
We relisted with them with the intention of buying another place. They quickly got another (much higher) all cash offer that unfortunately didn't pan out, but that didn't stop them from tirelessly showing us open houses in the far corners of Brooklyn every single weekend of the past cold winter. Sure enough, another offer came in that they negotiated up close to asking from a lowball initial offer and we got into contract. We closed yesterday. Thank you, Robert Bryan and Arny Cohen for working so hard for us and having a good time while doing it, too. We really appreciate it!
John, Mir, Zelda and Timber
Tues, Wed., and Friday – Sunday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. through August 7, 2016
$16 (FREE Thursday, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.)
200 Eastern Parkway, Crown Heights
This exhibit explores the legacy and continued use of power and politically engaged art, through more than 50 contemporary projects and artwork from five moments of historical urgency, in mediums ranging from photography, film, banners, songs, to web platforms.
Steve West: This Place Has a Story
Friday – Sunday through July 17, 2016, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Anthony Philip Fine Art
56 Bogart Street, Bushwick
The work of Brooklyn-based artist Steve West is a sort of archeological accounting of a city in constant flux. His keen observations of the details that make up something like a metropolis—the unearthed cobblestones, the broken concrete, the street art that is created and then removed, and again—all serve to describe a place and the forces at work there. DUMBO has served as his home for many years, and he has documented its transformation from geographic "other," to the gateway of a new Brooklyn, and finally to homogeneity driven by gentrification and speculation. West's current body of work, begun in 2014, seeks out the still-living character of this neighborhood hiding in the loam. It is there, in the chain link fences surrounding work sites, and here, in the graffiti half-covered by permits and advertisements. It is where a pile of broken concrete and rebar stands as testament to what once was, and as a signpost for what will be.
The exhibit opens with an artist reception on Friday, June 17, from 6-9PM and will continue during regular business hours through July 17.
Jazz at the Abbey
Every Thursday Evening starting at 6:00 p.m.
536 Driggs Avenue, Williamsburg
Live Jazz Happy hour 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. With saxophonist Joey Johnson and friends _________________________________________________________________________________________
Every Tuesday Night
Every Tuesday night 7 PM
191 Fifth Ave., Betw. Berkeley Pl. and Union St. Park Slope
Beer Tasting! 'Nough said.
Every Wednesday Night
The Mandingo Ambassadors
Every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
376 Ninth St., (at 6th Avenue) Park Slope
Mamady Kouyate is a pioneer of the Guinean musical movement known as Authenticité. He played in various bands - his own band, Les Ambassadeurs du Mandingue, being one of them - but is probably best known as the guitarist in the classic Bembeya Jazz National. Kouyate, who now lives in NY, has reformed the Mandingo Ambassadors, updating the sound of his youth, but keeping it very close to the standard of Authenticité. The new All-Star band includes Mamady "Djelike" Kouyate, guitar, leader; Bebe Camara, vocal; Eudy Fernandez, trumpet; Oran Etkin, tenor sax, clarinet; Sylvain Leroux, flute, Fula flute, alto sax; Sam Dickey, guitar; Nick Cudahy, bass; Andy Algire, drums; Foluso Mimy, percussion.
Live at the Archway: Beat Kaestli
June 23, 2016, 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. and Weekly through September
Archway under the Manhattan Bridge, DUMBO
Live at The Archway is a weekly cabaret below the Manhattan Bridge — with free performances, beer, wine, and a magical, only-in-DUMBO setting from June through September.
This 18-week series showcases the best of DUMBO and Brooklyn talent, presenting a broad range of music and performance genres – from sizzling salsa, Colombian cumbia, swing dancing, world roots music, sultry R&B, an Italian modern dance troupe, puppetry, funk, DJs and more. Live at the Archway is brought to you by the DUMBO Improvement District & The Lighthouse.
Headlining artists play at 6:00pm. It’s always all ages, always rain or shine (which works because we’re under the Manhattan Bridge). With beer, wine and bites from The Lighthouse and epic scenery below the Manhattan Bridge, it’s the best place to be every Thursday night.
Union St. Film Series
Every third Tuesday of the month, 7:00 p.m.
$10 suggested donation
Spoke the Hub
748 Union St., Park Slope
The Union St. Film Series screens independent short, feature, experimental, documentary, dance, comedic and narrative films. Every 3rd Tuesday of the month @ 7:00pm
Greenmarket at Grand Army Plaza
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn’s biggest, at the entrance to Prospect Park
Comedy Night at The Knit "Front Bar"
9:00 p.m. FREE! (21+)
The Knitting Factory Brooklyn
361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Williamsburg
Hosted by Hannibal Burress
Every Sunday night in the Front Bar of Knitting Factory Brooklyn, Hannibal Buress hosts: Comedy at The Knitting Factory with special guests each week. Past performances have included unannounced sets from Chris Rock, Robin Williams, Sarah Silverman, Louis CK, & more!
Every Sunday (Through November 20th)
Down to Earth Farmers Market
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Old Stone House
Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue, Park Slope
Every Sunday, the Down to Earth Farmers Market sets up at the Old Stone House in Park Slope. Located at 4th Street and 5th Avenue, the market runs from 10am-5pm until December 18th. Many great vendors sell fresh local produce, meats, dairy, baked goods and other specialty food items. Check out the website, where you can sign up for weekly email newsletters to find out which vendors will be at the market each week.
Every Sunday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Breeze Hill
Sunday Smorgasburg is now located in beautiful Prospect Park. All food, 100 Vendors, Rain or Shine! Find 100 vendors and food from all over the world every Sunday at Breeze Hill, located near Lakeside and the park's Lincoln Road entrance.