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Brooklyn, NY

United States

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St. Lucia
Tue,15 Nov 2022

St. Lucia

    Ty Segall
    Tue,15 Nov 2022

    Ty Segall

      Cloud Nothings
      Wed,16 Nov 2022

      Cloud Nothings

        St. Lucia
        Wed,16 Nov 2022

        St. Lucia

          Alvvays
          Wed,16 Nov 2022

          Alvvays

          Alvvays, Slow Pulp

          • alternative
          An evening with Rayland Baxter
          Wed,16 Nov 2022

          An evening with Rayland Baxter

          Rayland Baxter, Producing a Kind Generation

            Erick the Architect
            Wed,16 Nov 2022

            Erick the Architect

            • hip hop
            A New York Evening With Stromae
            Thu,17 Nov 2022

            A New York Evening With Stromae

            Stromae

              Dopapod
              Thu,17 Nov 2022

              Dopapod

                Idan Raichel
                Thu,17 Nov 2022

                Idan Raichel

                  Marco Benevento
                  Thu,17 Nov 2022

                  Marco Benevento

                    Dopapod
                    Fri,18 Nov 2022

                    Dopapod

                      Discover Brooklyn

                      Brooklyn, the "Borough of Homes and Churches," is one of the five boroughs of New York City. It used to be a separate city, and still feels much like one. It has about 2.5 million inhabitants. If separated from the rest of New York City, Brooklyn would be the 4th most populous American city. Brooklyn is on the westernmost point of Long Island and shares a land boundary with Queens, which partially encircles Brooklyn to the north, east and south; Manhattan lies across the East River to the west and north of Brooklyn, and Staten Island is across the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to the southwest. Brooklyn is enjoying a period of growth and affluence not seen since before World War II. The Brooklyn Academy of Music boasts world-class theater performances, and the nearby Barclays Center is the home of the NBA's Brooklyn Nets. Coney Island's Luna Park is one of the attractions for summer crowds seeking fun during the New York summer heat. Downtown Brooklyn has been undergoing extensive redevelopment and now boasts upscale boutiques, abundant public spaces, and the Brooklyn Bridge Park stretching along the waterfront and providing unparalleled views of New York City's skyline. Prospect Park, a national historic site, was even preferred by its designer Frederick Law Olmsted to his other creation, Manhattan's Central Park. Williamsburg has been named by Forbes magazine as one of America's best hipster neighborhoods. Brighton Beach is home to New York's largest concentration of Russian immigrants, while the growing 8th Avenue Chinatown paints a more authentic picture of New York's Asian community than its counterpart in Manhattan. However, despite these developments, Brooklyn is full of old gems, like family-owned brick-oven pizzerias, dive bars that seemingly haven't changed since the 1950s, and vast historical neighborhoods with buildings dating back to Dutch colonial times.

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