Afropunk Fest takes place on August 24 and 25 in Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park from noon to 9 p.m.
The festival is nine days long, supporting black-owned businesses.
The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.
Moscot, located at 159 Court St., hosts a summer music series at the shop's backyard.
Burn the midnight oil at one of these student-friendly spots Downtown.
Odetta Hartman will release "Tally Marks" at a launch party this Thursday.
The decades-old festival combines African, Caribbean and Spanish traditions and flavors.
The duo posed as the pop stars' representation to defraud event organizers around the world.
Sunday's shindig at Hostelling International features live music, art and beer for $10.
Fourteen high schoolers are building a guide to the boroughs' varied art scenes.
Dub-Stuy records is an independent electronic label paying homage to the '50s Jamaican music style.
The fifth annual festival includes 350 bands and a giant technology expo in McCarren Park.
The festival will celebrate both British and Italian cultures through music, art and food.
Rock and Roll Playhouse will bring late nights, alcohol and loud music to the neighborhood, locals say.
Wild Cub, a band on the rise from Nashville, had most of its instruments stolen from a parked van.
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