Day: October 5, 2019


Wednesday, October 16th

Brooklyn for Peace Community Forum: 2020 Census United Community Centers 613 New Lots Ave., 6:3ó8:30pm FREE. The 2020 Census will begin in a few months. Join Brooklyn for Peace and United Community Centers to discuss: Why all community members need to be counted; How the census impacts immigrant communities; What we can do to ensure […]readmore


Monday, October 14th

“Shining Lights in the Lingering Night” The Great Hall at Cooper Union 7 East 7th St., Manhattan, 7-9pm FREE. Join in an evening of readings and live music observing the struggle for equality in the U.S. The New School’s College of Performing Arts, in conjunction with the 400 Years of Inequality Organizing Committee hosts the […]readmore


Sunday, October 13th

d His Final Work, Jazz In Jail El Barrio’s Artspace PS 109, 215 E. 99th St., Manhattan, 5:30pm FREE. Enjoy a bilingual Hispanic Heritage Month gathering honoring Brooklyn’s late and beloved poet Louis Reyes Rivera. Featured are readings, a panel and a workshop with authors and writers Willie Perdomo, Maria Aponte, Noemi Santana, JÈsus Papoleto […]readmore


Saturday, October 12th

Hanson Place Church Fall Concert Series Hanson Place Church of Seventh-day Adventists 88 Hanson Place 5:30pm A generous freewill donation requested. The public is invited to this 40th anniversary celebration of the Casavant Freres pipe organ. Featuring internationally acclaimed musicians Nerva Altino, The Mendelssohn Glee Club, George Davey, Dina Foster Osbourne, Third Element and the […]readmore

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Wednesday, October 9th

Brooklyn Fury Youth Soccer Located Downtown Brooklyn, this program offers weekend sessions for girls ages 4 through 12 years, introducing them to the game of soccer. Each player will learn the basic rules: dribbling, passing and shooting. The program will also provide an opportunity of challenging children through player interaction and games. There are three […]readmore

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Help Save the Magnolia Tree Earth Center

In the late 1960’s, a woman named Hattie Carthan noticed that a massive Magnolia Tree was growing in her neighborhood. Magnolia Trees aren’t known to grow much in the north, so to have a 45-foot Magnolia sitting tall and mighty on Lafayette Avenue was a special thing indeed. The tree sat in front of three […]readmore

National News

A Presidency on the Edge

As the possibility of impeachment becomes more and more real for him, we are watching the President of the United States expose himself not only as an international thug trying to shakedown the President of the Ukraine, but as a would-be dictator demanding his opponents be charged with treason. At any moment he could be […]readmore