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Monday, June 6, 2011

Got a minute? That’s enough time to see a great play at Brooklyn College

Theater: The 60-second play festival is back. Comment

Friday, June 3, 2011

Celebrate Brooklyn kicks off with Andrew Bird next Friday night!

Music: The annual outdoor festival begins with the jazzman’s lush sound. Comments (2)
Books: Unpublished novelists, prepare to get jealous. Comments (2)
Music: The third annual Brooklyn Folk Fest has expanded by one day and one venue. Comment

This week’s weekend reads — handpicked by your favorite bookstore

Books: See what the ladies behind WORD, Greenlight and BookMark Shoppe are recommending. Comment

The full Brooklyn Folk Festival schedule

Music: Start planning your weekend now. Comment

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Prime Time: Joe Raiola from Morton’s gives you the perfect fish marinade. Comments (4)

Two craft fairs for the Etsy crowd

Shopping: Find your fellow brethern at the Renegade Craft Fair and Celebrate Brooklyn this month. Comment

Greek to us! Schermerhorn Street’s annual Greek festival is back

Dining: This one’s not to be missed — they invented the ‘edible’ complex, after all. Comments (7)

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Dining: The oldest Italian restaurant in the borough has new owners and a new attitude. Comments (6)

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Circus returns to the Waterfront Barge on June 5 — and the price is right

Event: The best damn circus money can buy (and now for less money). Comment

House tour season continues, this time in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and East Flatbush

Event: Victorians and limestones are the highlights here. Comment

Bushwick opens up for annual art studio tour this weekend

Art: And here’s Aaron Short’s guide to seeing (and eating) it all! Comment

New wine bar for North Slope

New wine bar for North Slope

Dining: Park Slope’s new wine bar has a hard metal facade — but there’s nothing gruff about its warm communal seating. Comment

Monday, May 30, 2011

Event: Honor the fallen — and then hear a concert, eat some barbecue or go to a cool event at the Bell House. It’s all part of our Memorial Day guide! Comment

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