Sign up for daily news emails!

GO Brooklyn archive

GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Zombie king takes Brooklyn!

Cinema: This event is BYOB — bring your own brain. Comment.

A French onion soup — without the soup

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: This is what you have been dreaming about for years. Comment.

Where to GO: Editors’ Picks

View the full events calendar.

More GO Brooklyn stories

Talk about a HEYDAY

Nightlife: POYKPAC has the Internet to thank for its fame, but the Brooklyn comedy troupe still likes to do things live. Comment.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Norah — and more! The ‘Celebrate Brooklyn’ sked is out

Music: Your summer is set — the schedule for Celebrate Brooklyn is here. Comments (1).

Holy trinity! Sarah Ruhl’s triptych ‘Passion Play’ coming to Irondale Center

Theater: A church is the most natural — and most unlikely — setting for playwright Sarah Ruhl’s triptych, “Passion Play.” Comment.

Here’s the full ‘Celebrate Brooklyn’ schedule

Music: Here it is, folks, the full schedule for “Celebrate Brooklyn,” the summer concert and arts series, produced by BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn, a badly punctuated name for a great organization. All concerts (except for benefits below) are at the bandshell in Prospect Park (entrance at Prospect Park West and Ninth Street) and are free ($3 suggested contribution). Comments (2).

At this event, the borough is ‘Made’ to be eaten

Dining: Borough Hall hosts Brooklyn’s big time food manufacturers. Here’s our preview. Comment.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Red Hook author brings world of the projects to life

Books: Growing up in the gritty world of the Red Hook projects, the last thing on Torrey Maldonado’s mind was becoming an author and becoming a role model. Comment.

Tickets go on sale on Tuesday for Ringling Bros. magical ‘Illuscination’ circus

Coney Island: “Greatest show on earth”? We’ll see — but first, you have to buy tickets. Comment.

Friday, April 30, 2010

Call us Roto rooters! We love James Rotondi

Campbell’s Soup: Reliving the filthy old washout in seclusion isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Comments (1).