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P339 Gallery

P339 is an art space founded in Janurary 2012 by branding and design firm Crosspoint New York. P339 is host to a variety of art forms and artists from all backgrounds and nationalities.

Pacific Branch-Brooklyn Public Library

Mon, Tues & Fri: 10 am-6 pm Wed: 1-8 pm Thurs: 1-6 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pmPacific Branch was the first Carnegie library to open in Brooklyn (Carnegie libraries were funded by Andrew Carnegie). The building won praise for its 'dignified' design and its first-of-its-kind children's room. For more information on the branch, click here.

Paerdegat Branch-Brooklyn Public Library

Mon, Tues & Fri: 10 am-6 pm Wed: 1-8 pm Thurs: 1-6 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pmSpanish, French, Polish, Russian, Urdu and Yoruba materials are found here in addition to English books and materials. For more information on the branch, click here.

Page 73 Productions

Page 73 produces and develops the work of early-career playwrights who have shown a professional commitment to the theater but who have yet to receive wide public recognition or substantial production opportunities in New York City.

PaintNite NYC

Sipping a cocktail in one hand and holding your brush in the other, go to town on your canvas, unleashing your inner artist. PaintNite goes to popular local bars and turns them into intimate art studios for the night. Non-judgmental instructors will walk you through step-by-step in approximately two hours to create your very own masterpiece.

Palace Theatre

Performing at the Palace, which opened in 1913, meant a performer had 'made it.' Those who have headlined on this stage include Ethel Barrymore, Harry Houdini, Will Rogers, Ethel Merman, Judy Garland, Jerry Lewis, Harry Belafonte, Bette Midler, Shirley MacLaine, Gwen Verdon and Diana Ross.

Paley Center for Media

Dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of television and radio programs, the center possesses a collection of over 150,000 recorded programs covering more than 80 years of radio and television history.