Jonathan L visits The Brooklyn Museum, home to world class art.
Brooklyn, New York, with one of the largest Catholic populations in the U.S., has one of the smallest Cathedrals... and a spare!
A spring walk in his neighborhood reminded PHeymont that not all the beauty is in famous settings, and that we are travelers even at home.
Each Spring, PHeymont can hardly wait for spring colors and spring feeling at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Jonathan L takes the subway out to the attractions of Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York.
Closed for months by the pandemic, the garden returns its beauty to visitors like PHeymont, who felt welcomed home.
PHeymont explores the ups-and-downs of Brooklyn's iconic Borough Hall, built when Brooklyn was an independent city.
PHeymont enjoys a late-summer return to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Japanese Hill and Pond garden.
PHeymont shares photos of one of his favorite Brooklyn Botanic Garden seasons: the blooming of the magnolias.
Pheymont explores a lively urban park in Brooklyn and its hidden, and sometimes dark, history.
Time ravages great beauties and sometimes restores them. Marilyn Jones shares with us a book that chronicles some astonishing recent examples.
PHeymont has been walking his favorite park almost daily for lockdown exercise, and has been watching its annual turn from winter to green.
PHeymont found a swarm of red-eared sliders sunning themselves in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
PHeymont explores the varied and mostly 19th-century churches in one of Brooklyn's premier neighborhoods, and explores the area's history.
Join PHeymont in a look at the world's first parkway, and one whose grand scheme has survived its hodge-podge of buildings and styles.