Long home to a diverse group of professionals, artists and working-class New Yorkers, Brooklyn’s Fort Greene attracts visitors with its hilly namesake park, lively culture and dining and brownstone-lined streets.
Founded in 1861, BAM is Brooklyn's signature arts campus.
Beloved Brooklyn park that’s played host to hip-hop “park jams” and a gamut of cultural and musical events.
This bookstore, cafe and event space is part of Downtown Brooklyn’s artistic renaissance.
This Brooklyn museum is devoted to exploring the current state of the African Diaspora.
BRIC presents contemporary art, performing arts and community media programs.
Taste Mediterranean specialties with Middle Eastern accents from an Israeli-born chef.
Locals come for the rare finds and handsome coffee-table tomes.