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

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

Say ‘I do’ to making your own wedding invites at a DIY workshop

Event: Screen print your own invitations at a weeklong DIY wedding workshop Comments (1).

Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

Go to Bed-Stuy? Mos Def!

Music: The rapper and actor headlines the Brooklyn Philharmonic’s first show of the season on Oct. 8. Comments (5).

Friday, Sept. 30, 2011

Your weekend reads — from three booksellers

Books: Once again, the ladies of Greenlight and Word — plus a special guest! — give us their hot books of the week. Comments (1).

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Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011

Plato smash! ‘Action Philosophers’ to hit the stage next week

Theater: It’ll be the most entertaining Philosophy 101 class you’ve ever sat through. Comments (3).

Play about nightmares taps into timeless fears

Theater: The Irondale Center hosts the award-winning “Nightmare Story” — just in time for Halloween. Comment.

So who are the ‘Action Philosphers’?

Theater: Here’s a quick and lobrow run down of all the egg heads in The Brick play. Comment.

Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011

Your guide to the Atlantic Antic!

Event: You can’t tell Brooklyn’s best street fest without a scorecard — so here’s the scorecard! Comments (4).

Ragamuffins on parade!

Event: The annual kids costume parade is back, so break out your home-made costume and high-tail it to Bay Ridge on Saturday. Comments (3).

Monday, Sept. 26, 2011

Hair apparent! Jonathan Coulton is the new quirk-rock master

Music: Our interview with the Gowanus-based singer and spiritual godson of They Might Be Giants. Comment.

Na zdaroviye! Brooklyn finally has its own vodka

Dining: Our top-shelf story about Brooklyn Republic Vodka. Yes, we tasted it, too. Comments (4).

This week’s tasty — but less filling! — food gossip

Foodie-in-Chief: New restaurants, new chefs and even new potato chips! Comment.

Mole! Spicy chocolate featured at annual chile pepper festival

Event: Get sweet on the hot stuff this Saturday. Comments (2).

Jonathan Coulton talks mustaches, beards and ‘The Hitler’

Music: There was a lot of hair at this interview. Comments (1).

Here’s how to make it yourself

Event: Serves three Comment.

What kind of music is this? Use the Algo-rhythm

Music: To fully understand the quirk-rock genius of Jonathan Coulton, you have to pull out the slide rule, and a few old LPs, and use our handy, patent-pending Algorhythm. Comment.