Of the nearly 90 entries to the 42nd annual Brooklyn Arts Council International Film Festival, 23 are the work of Brooklyn artists, and two of those have won, reported The Brooklyn Paper. Brooklyn Heights resident DOAN HOANG won “Best Feature Documentary” for her personal film “Oh, Saigon,” which follows her family members as they are..
Month: April 2008
For its 125th anniversary, the BROOKLYN BRIDGE will be feted in high style by several local artists inspired by her gothic arches and majestic span. TABLA RASA GALLERY’S exhibition “Bridge as Icon” will showcase the work of Fort Greene resident Ramona Candy, Stephen Basso of Bensonhurst, Park Slopers Gregory Frux, Nick Savides, Lucille Nurkse, Simon..
THE CHEYENNE DINER, one of the last original railcar-style diners in Manhattan, has closed its doors at 33rd Street and Ninth Avenue to make way for a nine-story residential and commercial development, reported AmNewYork’s Urbanite. Instead of being slated for demolition, however, the neon-lit, chrome trimmed diner will be starting a new chapter in Red..