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In an effort to help raise lung cancer awareness and increase research funding, hundreds will walk from Cadman Plaza across the Brooklyn Bridge.
Brooklyn residents are taking a giant step forward in the fight against lung cancer, participating in the Lung Cancer Research Foundation’s walk. Hundreds of residents and members of the lung cancer community will walk from Cadman Plaza Park across the Brooklyn Bridge all in an effort to help raise lung cancer awareness and increase research funding for this deadly disease.
If you despair of today’s political environment, and can’t imagine a more unruly and uncivil time, look no further than Joanne Freeman’s latest book, "The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War."
Joanne Freeman discusses her book "Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War."
If you thought today’s Congress was bad, come and hear from Yale historian Joanne Freeman as she tells fellow historian and author Alexis Coe about how elected representatives’s hostility boiled over in the run up to the Civil War.
Teens are invited to pitch in at Brooklyn Bridge Park while exploring and learning more about the environment. Teens Interested in & Dedicated to Environmental Sciences (TIDES) complete community service hours through gardening, seining, coastal cleanup, and clearing oyster cages. This program is for teens ages 14 to 18. The program runs for eight sessions (seven Saturdays and one Sunday), from …
Boroughs of the Dead presents a booterific ghost thour especially for kids. The 90-minute kid-friendly version is suitable for ages 8 and older. Children under 12 must be accompanied by at least one adult. Highlights of the tour include - The former site of a “ghost-haunted” fort and the horrific tale of what happened there; Mystery Houses that are definitely not what they seem; The Sea …
Screening of the PBS documentary featuring intimate, provocative stories of nine men and women forever changed by encounters with mortality. Followed by a discussion moderated by the film’s Emmy Award-winning director, Helen Whitney.
“Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death,” a PBS documentary, features intimate, provocative stories of nine men and women forever changed by encounters with mortality. Screening at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church and followed by Q&A with Emmy Award-winning Director, Helen Whitney.
A Brooklyn historical Halloween, with tales of Brooklyn’s ghosts, an exploration of funerary traditions, and more celebrations of all things macabre.
BHS opens its doors for an evening of Halloween hijinks! Join us for tales of Brooklyn’s ghosts featuring Boroughs of the Dead founder Andrea Janes, an exploration of funerary traditions with funeral director Amy Cunningham, and more celebrations of all things macabre. Come in costume and participate in a contest for the title of Best Dressed Ghoul in Brooklyn!
Paul Zelinsky will give an informative presentation about the process of illustrating his new book “All-of-a-Kind Family Hanukkah.” Latkas will be served.
Grace Chorale of Brooklyn performs the music inspired by religious faith. With the Saint Ann’s School High School Chorus.
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