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Synth secrets: All-star lineup plays tribute to a mysterious Nigerian musician

Fort Greene: Musicians including David Byrne and Money Mark play tribute to synth composer William Onyeabor — but they don’t know anything about him. Comment

Synth secrets: All-star lineup plays tribute to a mysterious Nigerian musician

Music: Musicians including David Byrne and Money Mark play tribute to synth composer William Onyeabor — but they don’t know anything about him. Comment
Williamsburg: This Brooklyn dance company says poles deserve a place on the theatrical stage — not just in strip clubs. Comment
Dance: This Brooklyn dance company says poles deserve a place on the theatrical stage — not just in strip clubs. Comments (3)

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: Comics (the paper kind, not the standup kind) live on stage, a new twist on “Rent,” “Tasting Brooklyn” returns, and more things to do and see in Brooklyn April 25–May 1. Comment

Bartoonist is raven about this beer bar

Bar Scrawl: Glorietta Baldy in Bedford-Stuyvesant has pinball, great beer and cocktails, and a stuffed raven dispensing advice. Comments (36)

Kiss April goodbye in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge Nights: April is almost over, so close out the month in style — in Bay Ridge! Comment

Fire-artworks: Feminist fireworks show to light up Prospect Park

Prospect Heights: This art will go off with a bang! Comment

Fire-artworks: Feminist fireworks show to light up Prospect Park

Art: This art will go off with a bang! Comment
Prospect Heights: The Botanic Garden’s “Sakura Matsuri” festival mixes tradition with the cutting edge — literally! Comment
Event: The Botanic Garden’s “Sakura Matsuri” festival mixes tradition with the cutting edge — literally! Comment

Get ‘Lost’: Greenpointer brings cult sci-fi show back in new podcast

Park Slope: “Lost” is not so lost to fans anymore, thanks to this digital radio show. Comment

Get ‘Lost’: Greenpointer brings cult sci-fi show back in new podcast

Nightlife: “Lost” is not so lost to fans anymore, thanks to this digital radio show. Comment

Cherry picking: Five top picks from the Sakura Matsuri festival

Event: If samurai swords aren’t your preferred way to welcome in the darling buds of May (well, late April), the Botanic Garden’s “Sakura Matsuri” festival has dozens of other performances and hands-on activities to offer. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: The borough’s annual symposium of independent, DIY books and magazines is looking lurid this year, with the inclusion of a photospread publication that celebrates women in all their glory. Comment
Williamsburg: You just wait until your father hears about this! Comment
Music: You just wait until your father hears about this! Comments (6)

Cooking up a stink: Taiwanese Night Market serves up stinky tofu

Williamsburg: “Your food stinks!” is not an insult to this cook. Comment

Cooking up a stink: Taiwanese Night Market serves up stinky tofu

Dining: “Your food stinks!” is not an insult to this cook. Comments (2)

On the front lines of fermentation: Brooklyn book details the battle of craft beer

DUMBO: Brooklyn Brewery founder and former war corresspondant Steve Hindy is writing about a whole different battlefield these days. Comment

On the front lines of fermentation: Brooklyn book details the battle of craft beer

Books: Brooklyn Brewery founder and former war corresspondant Steve Hindy is writing about a whole different battlefield these days. Comments (4)

You call that music? Staff dads share their favorite jams

Music: Just what is a “dad jam?” We asked our fathers. Comment
Books: The borough’s annual symposium of independent, DIY books and magazines is looking lurid this year, with the inclusion of a photospread publication that celebrates women in all their glory. Comments (4)

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