Black Artstory Month kicks off in February Coinciding with Black History Month, the fifth annual Black Artstory Month will transform Myrtle Avenue into a cultural destination emphasizing a traditional aspect of African culture.
Moving Image Museum to release book on Scorsese Along with a retrospective featuring all of Martin Scorsese’s films and an exhibition detailing the life, work and the director’s love for cinema, the Museum of the Moving Image has published a boo...
5 New Year’s events to welcome in 2017 Just because 2016 was a very strange year doesn’t mean 2017 has to be! Events around Brooklyn and Queens will help you say goodbye to 2016 and sing “hello, it’s me” to 2017.
The Renewable Fuels Association said on Tuesday it does not expect a procedural delay to the implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's Renewable Fuels Standard to lead to any significant change to the rule itself. President Donald Trump's administration froze new regulation immediately after his swearing in last week, leading to the delayed implementation of 30 EPA rules that were finalized in the last several weeks of Barack Obama's presidency, including new blending standards for fuels. "The deadline by which obligated parties must demonstrate compliance with the 2017 RVO is unaffected by this action, and we do not expect this postponement to result in any substantive changes to the contents of 2017 RVO rule itself," Renewable Fuels Association President Bob Dinneen said, referring to the acronym for renewable volumes obligations.