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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Flea bitten

Flea bitten

Shopping: Brooklyn has become flea-ridden — and shoppers have got the itch. Comments (5)

The Nerve! Avant garde troupe sets up shop in Park Slope.

Theater: Meet Park Slope newest residents: a cutting-edge theater troupe that will call the neighborhood home. Comments (1)

What can you get when then the Flea bug bites?

Shopping: If one man’s trash is really another man’s treasure, then Brooklyn’s flea markets are the best places to find your fortune. In our search, we found some cool items (an Egyptian-styled top from the 1930s, $275 at Artists and Fleas in Williamsburg), nifty decorations (how about some toy ships in toy bottles — $1 each at the PS 321 flea market?), and the downright weird (like a pair of handball gloves, still in their package, $5 at PS 321!). Here are a few treasures. Comment

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Nightlife: The legendary bar impresario who turned a subway sub-basement into the hottest watering post in the city has finally opened a Brooklyn tavern. Comment
Art: The theme of the Micro Museum’s newest exhibit, “DNA ’r Us,” is genes. But don’t come expecting to learn about biology when the show opens on April 25. Comment

Monday, April 13, 2009

Poster Boy sells out in Bushwick

Art: The borough’s most sensational anti-advertising activist has sold out! Comments (2)

Friday, April 10, 2009


The Suckers get the “Smash or Trash” treatment

Smash or Trash: The Suckers wanted The Brooklyn Paper’s “Smash or Trash” team to review their new single before their April 23 show at Glasslands. We’re happy to oblige, though we doubt the band will agree with our conclusions. Comments (2)

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