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It's time again to nominate Brooklyn innovators, creators, and leaders for the Brooklyn Magazine 30 Under 30. We want to highlight young stars who live in and embody Brooklyn and strive to improve their neighborhoods, whether that's through activism, business, tech, or the arts. Take a moment and vote for someone you think represents your area and deserves to be recognized by clicking here. You can also check out our previous 30 under 30 winners for...
On a recent evening, celebrity performance artist Marina Abramović – she of the Jay-Z video, the upstate performance art boot camp, and blockbuster piece The Artist is Present – was excitedly milling around in front of Bushwick bar Alphaville with a few young friends. She was there to see electronic band Sound of Ceres; the artist is a fan. Featuring former members of The Drums and Apples in Stereo, Sound of Ceres makes emotional, otherworldly...
Those following along with the news this weekend should have had their focus on the hurricane-induced devastation in Puerto Rico, as well as our ongoing crisis with North Korea, which seems like it's going to get worse before it gets better. Instead, President Troll was fully successful in diverting everyone's attention away from his true shortcomings, instead focusing the nation's attention on Sunday and Monday's NFL games. He complained about players like Colin Kaepernick (referring to him and...
On September 12, Brooklyn Community Services launched its ONE Brooklyn Community MTA Campaign “Many Voices, Many Stories,” a public service poster campaign now in its third year. Across 36 subway stations in Brooklyn, the series displays notable Brooklynites speaking out about poverty and supporting neighbors. Among the featured faces are Carla Hall, Chris Hayes, and Brooklyn Magazine’s founder Daniel Stedman. “It’s important to honor Brooklyn’s history and diversity by working with our local businesses...

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