Browsing: Art & Music

Art & Music BAM
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BAM’s Senior Cinema program is back for 2014! Movie lovers 65 and older are invited to enjoy free admission, plus soda and popcorn on the house at the following 10am screenings through the end of the year: Friday, August 15: Little Fugitive (1953) Friday, September 19: Lady Sings the Blues (1972) Friday, October 17: The Lady Vanishes (1938) Friday, November 2o: In the Heat
Art & Music Robert De Niro filming The Intern via Joanna Dosik
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Filming for The Intern is underway today along 7th Avenue, transforming local shops into other kinds of businesses, and, it looks like, changing the season a bit as well. A number of people have already spotted star Robert De Niro, including neighbor Joanna Dosik, who shares this picture of him above, strolling down 7th between President and
Art & Music Kentile Floors sign scaffolding by stribs on Instagram
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The Kentile Floors sign will light up one last time in its current position before being dismantled and possibly reassembled elsewhere in the neighborhood. Keep an eye on the skyline after dark on Friday, June 20, when George Del Barrio of Vanderbilt Republic and K2imaging will light up the sign using high-powered projectors and 3D imaging, just as they did
Art & Music Mavi Coverup After
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If you see folks at work this week outside of Mavi, on the corner of Union Street at 5th Avenue, that’s a new mural going up where the old Who’s Your Uncle one lived. Their contest to solicit submissions for a new one, under the theme “What’s your Brooklyn?” has wrapped up, and the winning design
Art & Music 72 Hours via Reel Works
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Based in Gowanus, Reel Works provides a unique chance for teens to tell their stories through documentary film. Their free filmmaking programs started in 2001 as a single workshop with 17 students at the Prospect Park YMCA. Since then, Reel Works has grown to provide free after-school and in-school programs to give a voice to over 500
Art & Music Word On The Street Filming
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Look out for Muppets along 5th Avenue, as it appears Park Slope will be featured on a segment of the popular PBS children’s television program Sesame Street. Neighbor Christine spotted signs along 5th Avenue from 2nd to 5th Streets announcing something called WOTS will be shooting on Tuesday, May 13 from 6am to 9pm. A
Art & Music Learning to Drive film shoot on Park Place
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The movie and TV industry is booming in New York City, which is something we see on local streets fairly regularly — from Anchorman 2 to The Americans to Orange Is the New Black to brand new pilots, we’re no strangers to the neon ‘no parking’ signs, the trucks that always seem to keep running, the
Art & Music Whos Your Uncle Coverup
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Just before Mavi Jeans moved into the space at 205 5th Avenue, the business painted over the mysterious “Who’s Your Uncle” mural as well as the poem Desiderata by Max Ehrmann, which had been installed on the Union Street side of the building. But now they hope to put up something new, and you may be able to help. They’re
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