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Posts by Author Archives: Billy McEntee
Billy McEntee has been fortunate to work for arts non-profits in Boston, Denver, Berkeley, and now New York. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Vanity Fair, American Theatre, HowlRound, Observer, and others. He's usually getting wine at Dandelion or eating cookies at Archestratus.
“We Won’t Be Gone for Long” Sketchbook Project’s Executive Director on This Moment of Transition
A Q&A with Jenna Carrens of the Brooklyn Art Library.
New Play ‘Dimes Square’ Brings “Friendly Anarchism” to Greenpoint Loft
The show runs February 13-20.
Unisex Comedy Presents a Free, Female-Led Comedy Show Each Thursday
Hosted at Nicky’s Unisex in Williamsburg.
With Her Textile Work, Ann Cofta Shows Artists are the Fabric of Our City
You can see her work at Brouwerij Lane.
After a Relocation Amid the Pandemic, Clay Space Remains “Committed to Serving Our Community”
Get your hands dirty with one of their adult classes.
HACO Hosts Rare Japanese Pottery in Its Current Show
HACO is hugely unique
The Evergreenpoint Carolers Return, With Proper Precautions Against Frostbite
It’s ho ho holiday time
“End of the Line” Creator Emmett Adler On Making the L Train Documentary
Filmmaker Emmett Adler captures the craze
Dobbin St is Opening Its Swanky Doors On November 10
The theme is “Lush and In Love”