As Jukebox the Ghost's tour with Ingrid Michaelson approached its end, the group performed an enjoyable pop set in Central Park.
The circus is more than just something that children outgrow. Danish artist Lea Nielsen uses it as the subject of her surreal sculpture.
The Buy This Fracking Album event (and album) brought together like-minded musicians striving to build support against fracking and the damages it causes to communities of all sizes.
Shilpa Ray’s performance held sway in its largely minimal presentation, captivating many a weary festivalgoer on the Brooklyn-based Northside Festival's closing Sunday night.
Love Won! Two days after the landmark 5-4 Supreme Court decision, New York City's Pride March, like others around the country, were celebratory and joyful.
Damien Rice's solo Celebrate Brooklyn! set allowed the musician to show his often soft songs in the most ragged and raw light.
Northside festival serves as the unofficial start of summer in Brooklyn as it brings a ton of (often free) music, film and tech events.
Fathom Events early screening of Disney Pixar's Inside Out put (what might be) future DVD special features on the big screen for film fans.
The 37th season of Celebrate Brooklyn! began with a gala featuring Chaka Khan and has many notable performances to come.
Some photos of Brian Wilson and John Cusack discussing Love & Mercy and of a Skin Wars body-painting fashion show.