- Brooklyn Bridge
- Brooklyn Month by Month
- Visitors Guides to Brooklyn
- Coney Island
- Park Slope
- Red Hook
- Black History Month
- July 4th
- Back to School Guide
- Summer Highlights
- Hurricane Sandy, Recovery & Prevention
- NY Marathon Comes to Brooklyn
- Christmas, Hanukkah; Kwanzaa, New Years
Aaah. The world famous Brooklyn Bridge! Find out how to walk across it, 10 Dos and Don'ts about walking it, where to take photos and more.
- How to Walk the Brooklyn Bridge
- How Long is the Brooklyn Bridge?
- Where's the Best Place to Take Photos?
- What to Do After Walking the Brooklyn Bridge?
- What Hotels are Near the Brooklyn Bridge?
- What Restaurants, Bars & Fast Food are Near the Brooklyn Bridge?
Brooklyn Month by Month
Find out what's happening in Brooklyn, month by month!
- Public School Calendar
- JANUARY Brooklyn Event Calendar
- FEBRUARY Brooklyn Event Calendar
- MARCH Brooklyn Event Calendar
- APRIL Brooklyn Event Calendar
- MAY Brooklyn Event Calendar
- JUNE Brooklyn Event Calendar
- JULY Brooklyn Event Calendar
- AUGUST Brooklyn Event Calendar
- SEPTEMBER Brooklyn Event Calendar
- OCTOBER Brooklyn Event Calendar
- NOVEMBER Brooklyn Event Calendar
- NOVEMBER: NY MARATHON
- DECEMBER Brooklyn Event Calendar
Visitors Guides to Brooklyn
Learn about Brooklyn's many attractions, from the neighborhoods to the Brooklyn Navy Yard1
- Visitors Guide to Brooklyn!
- Visitors Guide to DUMBO
- Visitors Guide to Brooklyn Bridge Park
- Visitors Guide to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
- Visitors Guide to Park Slope
- Visitors Guide to Williamsburg
- Visitors Guide to the Barclay Center Stadium at Atlantic Yards, home to Nets
- Visitors Guide to Hotels, B&Bs and Accommodations in Brooklyn
- Visitors Guide to Williamsburg Waterfront
- Visitors Guide to East River State Park
- Special Brooklyn Tours
- Visitors Guide to Brooklyn's 9/11 Memorials
Known for decades for its beach and amusement park, the historic (and scream-inducing) Cyclones rollercoaster, Coney Island of the 21st century has a lot to offer. Visit the beach and walk the boardwalk. Take in a baseball game at MCU Stadium. Visit the NY Aquarium. Enjoy the Mermaid Parade and many festivals, shows and performances at Brooklyn's beachside neighborhood.
- Rollercoasters in Coney
- NY Aquarium at Coney Island
- Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball: Family Days
- 911 "Wall of Remembrance" at Coney Island OPen Year Round-Free, No Tickets
The tiny neighborhood with the elephantine name, DUMBO's claim to fame is the first rule of real estate: location, location, location. The views are spectacular, not only of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan, but also of the East River, the Statue of Liberty, boats, and the famous Manhattan skyline. Explore old warehouses, cool restaurants, and in summer take the ferry.
- Visit DUMBO: 10 Things to Do
- See DUMBO: Mini Tour (photos)
- Getting to DUMBO by bike, walking, train, car, ferry
- 20 Things to Do in DUMBO!
- 10 Best Brunch Spots in DUMBO
- 10 Dos and Don'ts of Walking the Bridge to DUMBO
- Where to Eat Near the Brooklyn Bridge
- Grimaldi's: Worth the Wait?
- Visitors Guide to DUMBO
- Neighborhood Guide to DUMBO
One of New York's most famous neighborhoods, Park Slope boasts a 19th century ambiance with a very 21st century population of professionals, writers, and of course, moms. See what all the fuss is about.
Red Hook in Brooklyn is a surprising neighborhood tucked along an old industrial waterfront.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn is chock-ablock with cool music venues, bars, beer halls, indie coffee shops and cafes, poetry readings, creative vibes and interesting shopping.
- 10 Best Things to Do in Williamsburg
- 8 Best Cafes Near the Bedford Ave L
- Shopping in Williamsburg on Grand St
- Neighborhood Guide to East Williamsburg Bushwick
Black History Month
Black History Month is a tremendous opportunity for education, making cultural and personal connections, and celebration. What's this year's theme?
Oh, relax! Check out Brooklyn's dozen movie theaters, just for a taste of variety. Sure, there's the multiplex. But you can get cocktails while you play the film critic at several cool Brooklyn movie theaters. And at one, you can even order dinner while you watch!
- Going to the Movies in Brooklyn
- Outdoor Summer Movies in Brooklyn
- Eat Brunch, Have Martini at the Movies
Well, don't just sit there, party! You can't believe how much is going on this July 4th, 2013. Fireworks! Movies!Concerts!
- July 4th in Brooklyn - 4th of July Calendar of Events
- 25 Things to Do this 4th July
- Where in Brooklyn Can You See the July 4th Fireworks?
- Big World of Brunch in Brooklyn
- Best Brunch in Williamsburg
- July 4th -Nathan's $40,000 Hot Dog Eating Contest in Cone
- Where to BBQ on the 4th July
Back to School Guide
It's that time of year again. With kids going back to school, they'll need shoes and backpacks, pencils and even computers. Find out about back to school shopping in Brooklyn.
- Contacts: Who to Ask about Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, Hi School
- PUBLIC School Calendar
- Brooklyn Malls
- Vintage Markets
- THE Brooklyn Flea: One Market, Two Weekend Locations
Brooklyn is full of green spaces just waiting to be explored. Whether you're interested in biking or beaches, flowers or fishing, you're sure to find it here.
- Summer Best Bets
- Summer Outdoor Concerts (Many FREE)
- Brooklyn Film Festivals Galore (Some FREE)
- Celebrate July 4 in August: 1776 Battle of Brooklyn Week-long Events
- Ten Ways to Exercise Outdoors in Brooklyn: Bike, Run, Swim, Kayak, Golf, Ski
- Things to Do in Prospect Park
- Prospect Park Photo Guide
- Biking in Brooklyn
- The Green-Wood Cemetery
- Brooklyn Beaches
- Swim Laps in an Olympic Sized Outdoor Public Pool
- Outdoor Dining in Brooklyn
- Too Hot? 7 Places to Beat the Heat in Brooklyn
- Too Wet? Rainy Day Brooklyn Museums for Kids & Adults
- An Honest Word about Beach at Coney Island
- Beach at Brighton Beach: Russian Flair, Sidewalk Cafes, Borscht
- Family-Friendly Manhattan Beach: BBQs, Sports Courts, Fun
Hurricane Sandy, Recovery & Prevention
Instead of Halloween 2012, we got Frankenstorm Hurricane Sandy in Brooklyn. Find out about which neighborhoods were impacted, and how to help in the relief effort.
- Over 30 Ways to Help in Hurricane Relief Effort
- Hurricane Relief for Friends, Relatives: How to Help People You Know
- Thanksgiving 2012 Marks 4 Week Anniversary of Sandy: Gratitude & Grief
- How to Clean Up After Sandy's Saltwater Flood: 4 Free Information Resources
- About Filing an Insurance Claim After a Hurricane
- 4 Steps to Finding Someone in a Brooklyn Emergency Shelter
- Power Outages in Brooklyn: Which Areas Don't Have Electricity?
- 9 Smart Things to Do in A Power Outage - When Your Electricity Goes Out
- Hurricane Sandy News UPdate
- Food For When the Power Goes Off: Hurricane Sandy Dinner Ideas for Brooklyn
- Hurricane Sandy "Worst Disaster in NY Subways 108 Years"—Saltwater in Subways
- How Long Will Food Stay Frozen in Your Freezer?
- Storm Damage: What's That Tree Limb Doing on the Roof of My Car? NYC Advice
- 21 Ways to Get Ready for a Hurricane or Big Bad Storm
- Ready or Not? Hurricane Preparedness Quiz
- About Pets, Expectations & Where to Evacuate, If Evacuate You Must
- Hurricane Shelters & Evacuation Centers by Neighborhood (Brooklyn)
- Things to Do When a Hurricane Threatens Brooklyn
Grab your camera and roam around Brooklyn for fabulous photo ops. You can of course get amazing views of the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island and much more. Read on for ideas.
- Neighborhood Guide to Halloween
- Where to Buy Halloween Costumes
- Brooklyn Theme Costumes: Be the Brooklyn Bridge & More
- Burning Man Halloween Costume, Brooklyn Style
- 6 Top Thrift Stores for Costumes
- Over 10 Kiddie Parades in Brooklyn
- Halloween Pet Parades, Costume Contest
- All About Halloween in BOOklyn: Overview
- Volunteer for Halloween in Prospect Park
- A-Scarium at the Aquarium (Coney Island)
- Park Slope Children's Parade
NY Marathon Comes to Brooklyn
The NY Marathon course runs through many Brooklyn neighborhoods--in fact, the race spends more miles in the borough of Brooklyn than in Staten Island, Queens or Manhattan. Find out where to watch it, what to know about traffic advisories, how many nearly 50,000 runners is, tips on finding a good spot to watch from, where to carbo-load and get a massage, and more!
- Visitors Guide to the NY Marathon
- What You Need to Know, for Both Runners and Spectators
- How Many is 48,000?
- Top Spots for Watching the Marathon in Brooklyn
- Street Closures in Brooklyn Due to Marathon
- Cheap Ethnic Restaurants in Brooklyn for Runners
- Where to Get a Massage in Brooklyn
- Daylight Savings Could Play Havoc with NY Marathon
Christmas, Hanukkah; Kwanzaa, New Years
In 2013, Chanukkah arrives before Thanksgiving! So the holiday season will run for about 5 weeks. Find out what's happening in Brooklyn!
- Latkes for Thanksgiving? Early Hanukkah 2013
- 8 Hanukkah Dos and Donts for Non Jews
- Guide to Christmas in Brooklyn
- Brooklyn Hanukkah Guide