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Monday, June 27, 2011

Hello, Norma Jeane! Marilyn Monroe gets 14-film retrospective at BAM

Cinema: Marilyn Monroe is finally getting the big-screen bash she deserves. Comment

Marilyn Monroe’s sexy six

Cinema: The Brooklyn Academy of Music Marily Monroe retrospective features 14 films that explore the varied career of the ultimate blonde bombshell. Here’s a look at Norma Jean’s “sexy six” — and what makes them so scintillating. Comment

Brooklyn is Justin Townes Earle country

Music: There’s a lot of puns in that headline, but suffice it to say, country star Justin Townes Earle will headline Celebrate Brooklyn on Thursday. Comment

Friday, June 24, 2011

The ‘Summer of Vishnu’ starts Friday at the Brooklyn Museum

Art: A three-month ode to Hinduism’s blue-skinned savior. Comment

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Bugging out! Miss Bugs has first American show

Art: It’s quite a coup for Bed-Stuy’s Brooklynite Gallery. Comments (1)

Meet the craftsmen and women behind Brooklyn’s foodie movement

Dining: Think of it as an open studios tour of local food manufacturers. Yes, there will be samples. Comment

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

‘Golden’ ticket! Campy Coney play lets wives get revenge over their scandal-ridden pols

Theater: And, guess what, it’s not an Anthony Weiner comedy! Comment

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Get to sleep, already! Finally, a kid’s book for parents

Books: Akashic Books has just published the most honest children’s book of all time (so honest, that we can’t even print its title!). Comments (6)

Something’s fishy! Old school appetizing joint opens on Smith Street

Shopping: No more trekking to the Lower East Side — or Fairway! — for whitefish. Comment

This week’s tasty — but less filling! — food gossip

Foodie-in-Chief: Everything from a old name for a new bar to Alan Harding’s balls (rice balls, silly). Comment

Don’t stop ‘til you get enough at this Michael Jackson sing-along show

Music: Dancing, music videos, costumes — you can’t beat it. Comment

Monday, June 20, 2011

Dead men do tell tales — in this play at Green-Wood Cemetery

Theater: “The Spoon River Project” at the old boneyard is a must-see. Comment

This weekend, a beer crawl like it oughta be

Dining: Drink for two days and save $40 doing it. Comments (2)

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