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Sunday, Aug. 19 (See map view)

BWAC presents 5 exhibitions for Summer 2018:

When: Sunday, Aug. 19, 1–6PM

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition hosts five different show for its summer session, including an exhibit of summer-inspired work and a collection by Park Slope artists.

When: Sunday, Aug. 19, 1–6 pm

The jazz pianist plays at the waterfront art show.

When: Sunday, Aug. 19, 2–4 pm

Friday, Aug. 24 (See map view)

A family-friendly folk operetta about the history of the Erie Canal.

When: Friday, Aug. 24, 7 pm

Saturday, Aug. 25 (See map view)

A dancer, musician, and a historian team up to paint a multi-faceted portrait of the Erie Canal and its history.

When: Saturday, Aug. 25, 8 pm

Sunday, Aug. 26 (See map view)

A staged reading of a work-in-progress play about Mordecai Manuel Noah, a 19th-century diplomat who tried to make a sanctuary homeland for Jews near Buffalo, New York.

When: Sunday, Aug. 26, 7 pm

Top results: Articles

Minor inn-provements! Bossert awning removed for touch-ups after latest scrutiny of hotel’s makeover

Brooklyn Heights: Workers on Sunday tore down the Bossert Hotel’s tattered awning for a spruce-up nine days after the Brooklyn Paper reported locals’ frustrations with the eyesore and the slow-going restoration of the once-grand lodge. Published Aug 14, 2018

Sharp turn: Local artisan forges career out of sword-making hobby

Boro of Nerds: A Brooklynite with a love for blades turned his hobby into a full-time job teaching others how to make swords and other hand-crafted sharp objects at his studio in Red Hook. Published Aug 14, 2018

Police: Man tries to hide stolen lamps in suitcase

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Aug 15, 2018

Night life: Where to go outside after dark

Event: The summer sun turns every day into a sauna, so there is just one solution — go out at night! Brooklyn has plenty of outdoor activities that you can do once the day-star has gone away, and we have rounded up some of the best. Published Aug 17, 2018

Good, clean fun: Police party with locals on annual Night Out Against Crime

Awesome: Brooklynites mingled with members of New York’s Finest at events across the borough on Tuesday that fostered camaraderie between residents and those men and women who protect and serve them each day. Published Aug 9, 2018

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a rapper in Red Hook, Breeders at Celebrate Brooklyn!, and “Black Panther” in a park, along with much more. Brooklyn is the place to be! Published Aug 10, 2018

Beat goes on: ’80s bands reunite to help old friend fight cancer

Music: He’s getting the bands back together. Published Aug 13, 2018

Lout slaps woman on Bond Street

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Aug 1, 2018

Brute punches coworker and flees

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jul 25, 2018
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On the Radio: Learn how you can help revive Gage and Tollner restaurant

Podcast: It was a chophouse with chops, and now St. John Frizell and his team want to bring it back. Hear how you can get in on the action. Published Jul 25, 2018

Top results: The Brooklyn Wire

It’s time to salvage summer. Don your boat shoes and jump on this ferry. We’re going to a nautical neighborhood that is closer than any beach island, where we’ll find  Read more

Boro of Nerds: A Brooklynite with a love for blades turned his hobby into a full-time job teaching others how to make swords and other hand-crafted sharp objects at his  Read more

Pok Pok Ny, the Thai restaurant that won accolades since opening in Red Hook in 2012, will only be around for a few more weeks. [ more › ] Read more

Saturday, August 18 marks our fourth Red Hook Immersion with Brooklyn Brewery, and each time we visit, there is another new, interesting studio, factory or storefront to tour. For this  Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a rapper in Red Hook, Breeders at Celebrate Brooklyn!, and “Black Panther” in a park, along with much more. Brooklyn is the place to  Read more

Take it easy on Sunday and head out to Red Hook for a relaxed lunch and a culturally enriching afternoon and evening at Pioneer Works’ August Second Sundays event, which  Read more

One of the best gifts of a summer in NYC is all the free outdoor film series you get to choose from on any given week. If you aren’t the  Read more

Join us August 18 for a bevy of Brooklyn Brewery beers and special specials on The Total Red Hook Immersion. Our very beery self-guided tour is the perfect way to  Read more

The 15,000-square-foot Brooklyn space will have interactive displays, a museum, and plenty of pints for ice-cream lovers. Read more

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