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It’s been up for almost a month… and I haven’t seen many posts about it on the internet, but “Who Shot Rock and Roll” now being exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art looks awesome and I know I’m going to go see it. The Museum claims that it’s goal with this exhibit is to “acknowledge the photographer’s creative and collaborative role in history of rock music.” Sounds pretty sweet to me. Check out some photos being shown at the exhibit:

Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein now on show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein now on show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

LL Cool J by Albert Watson now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

LL Cool J by Albert Watson now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Mick Jagger by Michael Putland now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Mick Jagger by Michael Putland now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

 The Brooklyn Museum of Art is located on 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Hours are- Sunday 11- 6, Wednesday- Friday 12- 5 and Saturday 11- 6 (1st Saturday of each month is open til 11 P.m.!)

the Girls at We the Free, Brooklyn

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After having so much fun at “Celebrate Brooklyn!’s” free screening of “Purple Rain” (equipped with sing- a- long) I’ve been dying for another free screening of a like- minded film. Thus, when I heard that tonight Coney Island would be screening “The Wiz” for FREE I had to post and let everyone know!

WHEN? Tonight! 7:30

WHERE? Kaiser Park, Coney Island

HOW MUCH? Nada

 

The Wiz! Tonight at Coney Island.

The Wiz! Tonight at Coney Island.

 

Description of Film:

The Wiz, a 1978 remake of the classic Wizard of Oz tale, is a famous retelling of an age-old story set in a familiar urban backdrop.  With twists on the original characters, the Wiz follows the trials and travails of Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man (from Coney Island!), and Lion as they try to make their way back to the Land of Oz to meet The Wiz

the Girls at “We the Free,” Brooklyn

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