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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Show and smell: Freaky corpse contest brings stuffed animals and skeletons to Gowanus

Nightlife: You don’t have to take a dip in the Gowanus Canal to see some freaky mutant creatures on April 6. Comment

Back in tune: Rockapella plays Manhattan Beach amidst a capella revival

Music: The former “Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?” house band brings Motown classics to Kingsborough College. Comment

Monday, March 31, 2014

The ‘Brooklyn bonfire’ is back!

Cinema: The silent film that helped coin the term “it girl” is playing at the Central Library — just blocks away from where its star Clara Bow grew up. Comment

Bust a move and a gut: ‘Comedy in Dance’ fest features grooving grannies

Dance: Did you hear the one about the dancers who wanted to make their audience laugh? Comment

Hilarious hoofers: Other top picks from the ‘Comedy in Dance Festival’

Dance: A fusion of improv comedy and dance, a duet over a crossword, and a modern take on “Cats” are just some of the pieces at Triskelion Arts’ annual “Comedy in Dance Festival.” Comment

Friday, March 28, 2014

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: Orchestral pop, music nerd trivia, the Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival, a baseball tour of a graveyard, and more things to do in Brooklyn March 28–April 3. Comment

Pot-er Familias: P’Slope journalist writes book about his dope-smuggling dad

Books: Take your kid to work day? Fuhgeddaboudit! Comment

Bartoonist says new brewpub is the schnitz

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking cartoonist maps out new Greenpoint brewpub Dirck the Norseman. Comments (5)

Thursday, March 27, 2014

The band played on: The rise and fall and rise of Ditmas Park duo Via Audio

Music: Via Audio has weathered the loss of its management, booking agent, and the lack of a label. But can it overcome a seperation of 2,448 miles? Comment

New gallery is blowing up: Greenpoint studio takes off with balloon sculptures

Art: Talk about art that pops! Comments (1)

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Electric dreams: See a 12-piece theremin orchestra in Red Hook

Music: The popularity of the theremin comes in waves. Now it is generating buzz once again, with a history-making concert at Pioneer Works. Comments (1)

The place where we dwell: Top ’90s hip-hop songs about Brooklyn

Music: Here are some of our favorite tracks about the borough. What are yours? Comments (14)

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