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Scary stories for adults at the Old Stone House

For those looking for a way to cool down this summer, “Nocturnes” is sure to give you the chills. Comment

Head into the wild with Great Elk at Bar 4

Great Elk may be named after an extinct species, but things are starting to pick up for the Brooklyn band. Comment

Cool it! Our guide to all the local public pools

Dive right in to summer: outdoor public pools opened on June 29. Comment

‘Annie Hall’ kicks off Brooklyn Bridge Park movie series

The movies are still great at the DUMBO outdoor series, “Movies with a View” — though the view has changed. Comment

Hey, skywatchers! Here’s where to catch the fireworks

The Fourth of July is near, and that usually means one thing — fireworks. Comment

‘Cary’ on! Hollywood icon Grant gets second BAM retrospective

“Everyone wants to be Cary Grant. Even I want to be Cary Grant.” Comment

Bklyn Yard’s loss is this loft’s gain

They’ve traded a toxic canal in the Gowanus for an artist’s loft in Bushwick. Comment

Dinner and a movie made easy at Carmine’s

Italian food meets Italian cinema in Williamsburg this week. Comment

Williamsburg Walks returns this weekend

Williamsburg: Reclaim the streets! Comment

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

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

Bell House to host ‘Unfancy’ food show on Sunday

Has Brooklyn’s annual “Unfancy Food Show” finally sold out? Comment

It’s Monday Night Live at Littlefield

Nightlife: Big laughs come to Littlefield this month. Comment
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

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)

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
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

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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