The West End line of the D Train has never looked better, courtesy of the Arts and Design program of the MTA. 14 stations between Sunset Park and Coney Island now have public artworks to give even the most jaded commuter something beautiful to look at. The New York Times wrote a feature on the project with a slideshow of some of the highlights.
Want some art with your MetroCard? Hop on the D train in Brooklyn where 14 stations offer visual delights.
By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
It’s where Shakespeare meets “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” — and it's taking place in southwest Brooklyn.
Audience members will get the chance to interact with the cast in a new version of the Shakespeare classic “Romeo + Juliet” that is being presented by brooklynONE productions later this month. READ MORE
BY MATTHEW PERLMAN
The Brooklyn Paper
Brooklyn has been in demand for quite some time, but now it is on demand, too.
The founders of a borough-centric film festival have taken to the web with Brooklyn On Demand, an online selection of independent films made by or about Brooklynites, for rent and for sale. The project’s head said he wants to make a central repository for Kings County’s cinematic productions, and to give the filmmakers a way to cash in on their creations. FULL ARTICLE
The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival Launches The First Worldwide Streaming Service Dedicated To The Borough’s Indie Film Scene: Brooklyn On Demand
Brooklyn On Demand (BKOD), a new pay-per-view hub designed to bring Brooklyn-centric films to worldwide audiences, launched on Monday, September 8th.