WHAT: A Hopeful Nature: The Diasporan Road to Home, a performance in an intimate salon-setting of Persian (Iranian) poetry, music, snacks and wine! Enjoy an early evening of Persian culture, immersed […]
Call for Poetry: Love & Greenpoint!
Love. It’s such a powerful emotion that shapes so many facets of our lives. From romance and sparks to deep friendship and compassion, there are all types of love that […]
Check out the Mary Fisher Home, Greenpoint’s 19th Century Artists’ Colony
Greenpoint’s industrial past is well known, and its emerging identity as an artist’s hub might seem like a 21st century phenomenon, but back in 1888, Greenpoint was sporting its very […]
Your February 2017 Horoscopes Are Here!
February is all about change and unexpected news. Since Mars is in Aries until March 9, many people will have a lot of energy, which is really needed right now, considering the political […]
Austin-Style Tacos, Screenprinting And More At The Greenpoint Library This Saturday
If you hadn’t heard, Bike The Branches is this Saturday, and offers bike lovers a two-wheeled tour of Brooklyn via our public libraries. Stop at as many branches as you […]
Sachal’s Slow Motion Miracles at the Living Room, 9pm on June 23
Richly layered with afro-beats, jazz rhythms, pop hooks, and Sachal Vasandani’s opalescent vocal timbre, the ten anfractuous and soulful tracks of sophisti-pop on Slow Motion Miracles flow like one body of water into another. […]
Immerse Yourself in Crystal Jukebox Hymn – Tonight Thru Sunday (10/2-10/5)
(sponsored) “escaping into the who goes there? & now’s not the time to act silly, so wear your big boots & jump on the garbage clowns, the hourly rate & […]
Valentine’s Poetry Contest Winner Announced!
Thank you everyone who participated in the Greenpointers’ poetry contest! Our winner is Athena Pappas with her poem “The Shayz Lounge.” Athena will be a featured reader at Poetry Teachers […]
Call For Poetry: Falling in Love – Greenpoint
I was 17 in the snow. It was the winter of 2004, new to college, and new to love. Who knew that I would get stuck in a Greenpoint apartment […]