It can’t rain all weekend, can it? Either way, the Weekender will be out there, baby! Here are this weekend’s suggestions:
• On Saturday, go on a walking tour of South Brooklyn’s mob past!
• Go see Pete Townshend’s classic rock opera, “The Who’s Tommy” at the Gallery Players. The Butcher of Flatbush Avenue Extension loved it.
• And while you’ve got the theater bug, go see the Brick Theater’s new comedy, “The Nosemaker’s Apprentice.” It’s about a medieval plastic surgeon. ’Nuff said!
• Celebrate a 15th birthday for a long snake. Brooklyn Children’s Museum [145 Brooklyn Ave. at St. Mark’s Avenue in Crown Heights, (718) 735-4400].
• Check out the all-male “Merchant of Venice” at BAM.
• In a decorating rut? Head to the annual Brooklyn Designs in DUMBO — and bring our guide to redecorating your pad without making a big dent in your wallet.
• See a puppet show about bees on Sunday in Williamsburg. Dooley loved it!
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