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Thursday, June 24, 2010

It’s Monday Night Live at Littlefield

Nightlife: Big laughs come to Littlefield this month. Comment

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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Brooklyn comic book duo collabores on ‘Box 13’

Books: David Gallaher’s three-bedroom apartment in Ditmas Park and Steve Ellis’s two-family row house in Kensington are separated by only a few blocks. But sometimes the comic book creators are worlds apart. Comment

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Williamsburg Walks returns this weekend

Shopping: Reclaim the streets! Comment

Rad trad! Irish Music Festival at Floyd Bennett Field this weekend

Music: Irish music isn’t just fiddles and jigs in 2/4 time. The scene is actually much more diverse, with influences of hip-hop, reggae and jazz finding their way into many modern bands. Comment

Walk the line! Take Philippe Petit’s high-wire class

Williamsburg: The man who captured the world’s attention when he walked between the Twin Towers on nothing but an inch-thick steel cable is about to give a master class so you can do the same someday. Comments (2)

Monday, June 21, 2010

Lobster shift! Waterfront Book Festival celebrates maritime literature

Books: The waterfront has long been a source of inspiration for Brooklyn writers, from Walt Whitman to Budd Schulberg. Comment

How to make the most of the Northside Festival

Music: Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. Comment

‘Fiery’ talk from Furnaces co-founder

Music: Ten years ago, Eleanor Friedberger didn’t have too many places to play in Greenpoint. Comments (1)

How to make the most of the Northside Festival

Music: Here’s how Greg Sullo of the band Dinosaur Feathers will take advantage of the Northside Festival. Comment

Zombies attack! (It’s only an art show)

Art: MF Gallery is the death metal band of Brooklyn art showrooms — it specializes in loud pieces that would be right at home on a Harley, or as a tattoo on the rider’s arm. Comment

Saturday, June 19, 2010

This coffee place makes a heckuva sandwich!

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Go for the Fair Trade java, stay for the sandwich at Crop to Cup. Comments (2)

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