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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Folkin’ around!

Downtown: The fourth annual Brooklyn Folk Festival showcases the county of Kings as a powerhouse for banjos and twang. Comments (2)

Friday, May 4, 2012

There’s more to Jewish baseball than Sandy Koufax

Books: Brooklyn-born Jewish big leaguers who helped shape the national pastime — and inspired baseball fans across the borough — recall their playing days in “Jewish Major Leaguers in Their Own Words,” a new oral history edited by Park Slope writer Peter Ephross. Comment

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This Windsor Terrace bar wins big

Bar Scrawl: Our bartoonist finds his go-to spot for drinks and grub on Prospect Park West. Comments (4)

Thursday, May 3, 2012

‘Rebel’ bingo is the ultimate numbers game

Nightlife: Don’t bring your grandma to this bingo party. Comments (3)

Brooklyn’s best bingo ‘classic’ spots

Twenty-something partiers can’t get enough of the Underground Rebel Bingo Club, which hosts wild bingo-themed soirees in Williamsburg and Gowanus every two months. But Brooklyn still has plenty of high quality, traditional bingo contests for the purists out there. Here are some of the most popular bingo spots across the borough. Comment

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Attention deficit theater

Theater: You’ll laugh, you’ll scream, you’ll cry — but make it quick because each of these plays are ten minutes long. Comments (3)

Play tackles Brooklyn’s anti-slavery movement

Fort Greene: The Irondale Ensemble’s new show brings the borough’s abolitionist movement to life — with surprising results. Comments (4)

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Kafka’s daddy issues take center stage

Theater: The master storyteller had a father — and you can learn all about his guilt, affection, and resentment for that man in this one-actor show. Comment

Monday, April 30, 2012

Good clean fun: Artist coats gallery in laundry detergent

Art: One artist transforms a Park Slope gallery into a laundromat while another converts a Prospect Heights art space into an indoor landfill with all the charm and ambience of Wall-E’s apartment. Comment

One man’s trash is another man’s art installation

Art: Garbage has never looked this good. Comment