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The surprisingly simple cyanotype process was invented in 1842 and produces striking cyan-blue prints.

Midtown »

In case you can't make the official New York Comic Con, here's another option. 

Red Hook »

The store will sell wares from the in-house designers plus hardware supplies, paint and tools.

Clinton Hill »

Cocktails are named after German philosophers, writers and artists like the Dietrich and the Nietzsche.

Chelsea »

Female "Minecraft" players can learn more about the startup's technology at the workshop.

Red Hook »

Supersmith officially opened at 125 Dikeman St. last month with a pop-up selling local makers' wares.

East Harlem »

Musician Dannis Winston, hosted a workshop at the Boys and Girls Harbor in East Harlem.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Beam Center will host its workshops and after-school programs at 60 Sackett St. beginning next month.

Carroll Gardens »

Meatball classes, a cheese tasting and a noodle shop are heading to Court Tree Collective in January.

Carroll Gardens »

The Works is a new co-working space with desks for $525 per month in Carroll Gardens.

TriBeCa »

The free, 12-week Writers-in-Performance workshop and showcase will run through December.

Red Hook »

Find & Seek, a local education group, will host the summer series at the Red Hook Public Library.

Cobble Hill »

The fifth annual Brooklyn "Inventgenuity" Festival will be held Jan. 25 and 26 at 51 Bergen St.

Red Hook »

Cora Dance is teaching "FOOTBALLet," a six-week ballet workshop for young football players.