The Big Combo 35mm Screening at MAD

The Big Combo 35mm Screening at MAD

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1955, Dir. Joseph H. Lewis Cinematography: John Alton 87 min, 35 mm Projection Film noir was a major influence on the atmospheric […]

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Murray Hill Paints a Scarf!

Murray Hill Paints a Scarf!

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Join Mr. Showbiz himself, Murray Hill, for a tongue-firmly-in-cheek tour of Vera Paints a Scarf: The Art and Design of Vera Neumann. […]

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How to snag 11 free museum memberships in just 6 hours
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How to snag 11 free museum memberships in just 6 hours

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Like all the best adventures, this one started with a Facebook post. Quoth my pal Alix a week ago: Who has an […]

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How much do you pay at museums with ‘suggested donations?’
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How much do you pay at museums with ‘suggested donations?’

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Whenever we go somewhere and see the phrase “suggested donation,” our eyes light up. For starters, it means we don’t have to […]

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Saturday: Free entry to a lot of NYC museums, big and small
Outings

Saturday: Free entry to a lot of NYC museums, big and small

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If NYC museums were music, MOMA and the Met would be The Strokes: reliable, enjoyable and known to even your grandmother in […]

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Free NYC museum days, all in one place
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Free NYC museum days, all in one place

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Culture is part of the reason we love Brooklyn, but it often comes at a premium: steep entrance fees in the city […]

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8 fun and offbeat museums in BK
Outings

8 fun and offbeat museums in BK

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There are many reasons to visit The City Reliquary: 1) It’s a tiny Williamsburg museum crammed full of forgotten and unseen treasures […]

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Reserve now: five free art tours of Brooklyn this weekend
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Reserve now: five free art tours of Brooklyn this weekend

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It’s only Monday, but we wanted to tell you about a Brooklyn-wide gallery hop that Marty Markowitz has put together for this […]

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