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Monday, May 24, 2010

Check out this ‘Junk’ at the Knitting Factory on Friday

Music: Not much has changed since Baje One and DJ Snafu were teenagers. Comment

Friday, May 21, 2010

‘Score’! Swap meet returns on May 29

Shopping: You’re sure to score at this event. Comment

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Southpaw’s ‘Hipster Demolition Night’ is music without pretense

Music: Jay Banerjee hates hipsters. Comments (1)

Thursday, May 20, 2010

All the world’s a small stage at this festival

Theater: At this event, smaller is better. Comments (2)

Puppet collection finds new home at Brooklyn College

Theater: From the miniature to the gigantic. Comments (1)

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

‘Thistle’ be good news for Slope foodies

Dining: Thistle Hill Tavern, the newest addition to Park Slope’s Seventh Avenue restaurant row, is a new school eatery with an old-world feel. Comments (4)

Coffee bar offers some real black gold — the $10 cup of joe!

Dining: In Crown Heights, The Pulp & The Bean coffee shop is betting residents value their morning caffeine fix — enough to shell out a whopping $10 for a cup of joe. Comments (5)

Is he the most dangerous artist in Brooklyn?

Art: For Joshua Stulman, it’s pretty black and white. Comments (14)

Yes, but is it worth $10?

Dining: Tasty or not — $10 is a pretty high asking price for a cup of joe. Comments (1)

The 411 on morning joe

Dining: Don’t know your java from your Colombian from your Sumatran? Here’s our coffee primer. Comment

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Prom redux

Nightlife: This night is sure to be epic. Comments (2)

Drawn from life — and fantasy — in Park Slope

Books: A doorway here. A building there. Around every corner in the new graphic novel “Foiled,” Park Slope artist Mike Cavallaro has penciled in glimpses of his neighborhood into the story. Comment

It’s party time at 3rd Ward

Event: 3rd Ward is turning 4-years-old this month and throwing one heck of a hootenanny. Comment

Monday, May 17, 2010

Ride on! Don some vintage duds for this cycling tour

Event: Get out your knickerbockers and dust off that penny-farthing, the first “tweed” bicycle ride in the city is coming to Brooklyn. Comments (1)

Newcomer Cariño lives up to its name

Dining: Mexican eateries may proliferate in South Williamsburg, but good Mexican food is still about as common as non-controversial bike lanes. The newly opened Cariño, however, is not just good Mexican — it’s revelatory. Comment

Friday, May 14, 2010

This ‘Lion’ roars for two Zimbabwean exiles

Dance: Two Zimbabwean greats combine for a poetic fusion of dance and music this month. Comment