BGS Book Club

We’re starting a Book Club! Submit up to 3 suggestions, fiction or nonfiction, any genre, for the book we’ll be reading in July. We’ll announce which book we’ll be reading on July 15th and meet sometime in August to discuss it.

Make your suggestions HERE.



Meet-Up! SummerStage: Slick Rick, Friday, July 7, 2017

The Ruler’s Back! Join us this July for the legendary Slick Rick!

Yeah yeah, it’s out in Queens, but make sure you hop on the train after work on Friday and check out hip-hop’s greatest storyteller.

Date: July 7
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Springfield Park
184th St. & 146th Terrace
Queens, NY 11413 United States


Remember to help keep this show on the road with a donation!


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Meet-Up! Spider-Man: Homecomi­ng, Saturday, July 8, 2017

Zendaya isn’t taking any crap from Spider-Man, and neither are we! But we’re still very excited to see the latest movie. So join us at Alamo Drafthouse to check out the newest adventure of our friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man.

We’ll meet up before the show this time. I’ll let you know where closer to the date!

Make sure you get your tickets ASAP, because this is sure to sell out right away!


Remember, donations are always welcome!

Saturday, 08 July 2017 at
10:10 PM
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn – Theater 7
I’m Row 3, Seat 13 and 14


Meet Up! CURLFEST 2017, Saturday, July 15, 2017

Join Us For Curlfest!



Remember, donations are always welcome!


Join us in Prospect Park for a mecca of afros, twist-outs, curls (and beards!) set to a soundtrack of positive energy. We’ve gathered the best names in natural beauty, added dope fashion vendors, and topped it off with some surprises you won’t want to miss! From games and giveaways to live demos and and an epic Soul Train dance-off, there’s plenty for your crew to enjoy!

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astronomyblog: Enhanced Color Caloris The sprawling Caloris…


Enhanced Color Caloris

The sprawling Caloris basin on Mercury is one of the solar system’s largest impact basins, created during the early history of the solar system by the impact of a large asteroid-sized body. The multi-featured, fractured basin spans about 1,500 kilometers in this enhanced color mosaic based on image data from the Mercury-orbiting MESSENGER spacecraft.

Image Credit: NASA, Johns Hopkins Univ. APL

Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand by Samuel R. Delany…

Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand by Samuel R. Delany is a science fiction masterpiece, an essay on the inexplicability of sexual attractiveness, and an examination of interstellar politics among far-flung worlds. First published in 1984, the novel’s central issues—technology, globalization, gender, sexuality, and multiculturalism—have only become more pressing with the passage of time.