Wish the mother, mother figure, or special lady in your life a Happy Mother’s Day with a unique take on a traditional gift, made, or purchased, with love in Brooklyn.
Renowned for their beauty and ingenuity, iconic works are no stranger to New York City. Consider visiting some of the world’s most infamous works housed right here in the Big Apple.
Is it art or sacrilege? Seven New York lawmakers are asking the Brooklyn Museum not to show a film depicting ants crawling on a crucifix.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said a sacrilege is about to go on display at the Brooklyn Museum with the debut next week of “Hide/Seek,” an exhibit focused on gay-themed art.
As a New Yorker, you already know the city is home to some of the most prestigious museums in the world. Here are our top 11 picks for the best exhibits happening in and throughout NYC this summer.
The mummy, named Lady Gauteshenu, was brought to North Shore University Hospital from the Brooklyn Museum. With the help of modern equipment, doctors can examine what is inside the mummy without disturbing the casing.
The mystery of mummies and the science behind the ancient Egyptian belief that preserving the body will ensure eternal life is unwrapped at the Brooklyn Museum. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler takes us into the mummy chamber.
The Brooklyn Museum is presenting a new exhibit showcasing the culture of the Great Plains. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler reports.
Norman Rockwell is known for his iconic paintings of everyday American life, but what you might not know is how carefully he created those scenes.