Award-winning reporter Juliana Barbassa was in Bay Ridge this week to discuss her new book about Rio de Janeiro.
The cameraman-turned-novelist talks to us at length about growing up in the neighborhood and then leaving it and writing about it.
An ongoing study of books and movies set in the neighborhood. This time, bestselling popular fiction about a post-Vietnam court martial set at Fort Hamilton.
A monthly series that pairs the work of local writers with that of local visual artists.
Talking with the Bay Ridge artist before her two-person exhibition opens this weekend.
EXCLUSIVE: Gilbert Sorrentino’s correct childhood address—just about where you’d expect it to be.
Novelist, Digger and counterculture hero Emmett Grogan grew up on 79th Street and Fourth Avenue. Not that he ever admitted it.
The Kings County Ramblers are a scrappy, “rough around the edges” bluegrass band that is native to Bay Ridge, but they sound like something from below the Mason-Dixon line.
Aside from being an artist, Tamara Zahaykevich has taken on a role as an activist, and is working to create a more sustainable environment amid the outrageous rent increases families, artists and businesses face in NYC.
How good it feels to see superheroes, Liam Neeson and others in our neighborhood.