Brooklyn Lyceum 225 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 The Brooklyn Lyceum is a cafe, venue and community center in south Brooklyn. The cafe in front is open from …More 8a.m. to 3p.m. on weekdays and 10a.m. until 6p.m. on weekends. The Lyceum also serves as a theatre for drama, comedy and music. Customers can book their event, performance, flea market, convention or birthday party at the Brooklyn Lyceum.
P.S. 146, The Brooklyn New School/The Brooklyn School for Collab 610 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY11231 At the end of Henry Street in Carroll Gardens is a large brick school undergoing exterior repairs. Inside, there is…More still much learning going on. This location is actually home to two schools: P.S. 146, the Brooklyn New School, for grades pre-K through 5; and the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, for grades 6 through 12.
Brooklyn Brainery 515 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Brooklyn Brainery is an educational and learning center offering classes on many subjects. Some disciplines taught at…More the Brainery include math, reading, history, philosophy, English and more.
A Public Space 323 Dean St, Brooklyn, NY11217 A Public Space is an independent, non-profit literary magazine founded in 2006. The magazine hosts events around…More Brooklyn and at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The Commons Brooklyn 388 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 The Commons Brooklyn is a place of congregation, learning and community building. It hosts events, classes and workshops…More and a year-round farmers' market. The space can be rented for workshops and other events.
Nelson Schmukler 288 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 Nelson Schmukler is an attorney with an office in Brooklyn. Call for more information.
Brooklyn Industries 100 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Brooklyn Industries is a local and regional retailer of hip clothing for men, women and kids. The store sells outerwear,…More shirts, pants, dresses, skirts and seasonal accessories. They also carry designer onesies for fashion-forward infants. Brooklyn Industries has several locations in New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston.
Institute for Community Living - Guidance Center of Brooklyn 50 Nevins St, Brooklyn, NY11217 The Institute for Community Living is a resource center in downtown Brooklyn that offers advocacy and support services…More to Brooklyn caregivers of children with emotional and behavioral challenges. Available services include a full range of evaluations, medication management, group therapy and school-based mental health services.
PJ Hanley's Tavern 449 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Known to be the oldest bar in Brooklyn, according to management, PJ Hanley's Tavern is the current incarnation of a pub…More dating to 1874. Photos of the bar and Brooklyn's history adorn one of the walls. A large garden area offers additional seating. Patrons can dine on burgers and traditional bar food or order from South Brooklyn Pizza next door, which share the same owner.
Brooklyn Community Services 420 74th St, Brooklyn, NY11209 Brooklyn Community Services is a non-profit agency providing residents with a wide range of programs, including life and…More job skills, to help those in the community achieve. At this site on Atlantic Avenue, one of 17 in Brooklyn, services are provided to developmentally disabled adults, age 21 and up.