The 2008 Art Under the Bridge Festival concluded yesterday. The installations, artists’ galleries and their art, and interactive art brought talented and interesting art for display throughout the weekend. Thank you Dumbo Arts Center (DAC) for putting together another great arts fest. We’d also like to thank the artists who opened up their studios to share with the public the talented work they do each day. Looking forward to next year’s festival.
If you’re looking to get a Christmas tree in Dumbo, there are plenty to choose from at the courtyard next to Dish restaurant on Washington Street, by Adam Park trees. You can also get trees at Peas & Pickles (55 Washington Street, corner of Washington and Front Street). You can also check out the Dumbo […]
DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk is today, December 5 from 6-9pm. From the Dumbo BID: DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk is December 5 and we’ve got your guide to the robust line-up of openings, performances and cultural activity right here on the DUMBO Decoder! This month, we wish a happy sixth anniversary to Klompching Gallery! […]
On Friday (December 6, 2013), SnapTruck is going to be delivering hot, fresh zeppoles to Dumbo between 9am-11am. They will be donating 10% of sales to Food Bank for New York City. Order zeppoles by the dozen, three varieties of Spoonable caramel and fresh apple cider from Samascott Orchards. Tweet @SnapTruck with hashtag #iwantzeppoles and […]
Fiming in Dumbo Brooklyn on Thursday, December 5, 2013 is Taxi Brooklyn, a TV series to be released in 2014. Also filming in Dumbo on Friday and Saturday, December 6-7, 2013 will be Power, a TV drama series on Starz to be released in 2014. The plot, according to IMBD: “A wealthy New York night […]
Architecture firm AB Architekten has designed two buildings next to eachother on Water Street in Dumbo/Vinegar Hill. Brownstoner posts a proposed 8 story hotel development at 247 Water Street with 46,000 square feet with a restaruant and lounge, and gym. This plan was disapproved by the NYC Department of Buildings. Next door on the corner […]