Catacombs, which were popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, are subterranean spaces where often an entire family was interred. Today, a catacomb in a cemetery in Brooklyn is also a venue for classical music concerts.
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Usually, if you find yourself in a cemetery at night, and you don't work there, you're either trespassing or dead. But for the next few months, you can legally hang out in Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery to sip whiskey and experience live music and opera underground, literally.