Tropical Image, led b y Arelis Beato, did an awesome job at the Red Hook Fest the last two years.
Now they invite the DTE family (that’s you , if you’re reading this!) to the Fourth Annual Brooklyn Salsa Congress. This event raises funds to support and maintain the “GKOTS” Get the Kids off the Street” Project, a community, family-oriented program that helps keep our youth involved in the arts and educate them in different cultures through the art of dance.
Check out some of Edwin Anglero’s awesome photos and be taken back…about a week ago, to the Red Hook Fest.
And when you’ve had your fill of nostalgia, look to the future- tomorrow (weather permitting) is the neighborhood-wide stoop sale. Here’s a map with all (most?) of the locations.
If you didn’t know the Red Hook Fest starts tonight, you do now. Come support local students tonight @ Coffey Park!
For the “on-the-horizon” department: Next Saturday Red Hook brings Brooklyn the biggest stoop sale…EVER.
We’re closing in on two weeks till the Red Hook Fest. Check out the mainstage lineup:
What more needs to be said to entice someone to visit CIRCUSundays at the Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge?
They start up again June 6th, the day after we wrap up the Red Hook Fest. Get the details the same place I did- broadwayworld.com
A little Wednesday morning taste of the group you can hear at not one, but two, DTE events this spring. Catch the band at Southpaw May 4th, and then hear they sound in the open-air at June 5th’s Red Hook Fest.
Looks like the last of BK Ind. TV’s spotlight on Red Hook for their “Neighborhood Beat” show: featuring Hook Productions (real name, apparently, “City Parks Productions”). They do great work over there, and actually came to interview us a few months back. Hopefully you can catch at least one of their movies @ the Red Hook Youth Film Fest, scheduled for the first night of the Red Hook Fest, June 4th @ Coffey Park.
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