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You’ve got lots of options to put some distance between you and your office this Friday evening, starting with a trip to Greenpoint to check out the Kingsland Wildflowers Green  Read more

On Saturday, spend the day outside burning off all those extra frose calories you’ve been packing in lately at the 10th annual Epic Ride to support the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative.  Read more

On Sunday at 2pm, Brooklyn Bazaar is hosting the area’s finest ice cream purveyors for this year’s Brooklyn Ice Cream Takedown, a celebration of the best dessert, for my money,  Read more

Here’s a tip from someone who spends a lot of time scouring the Internet for goings on about Brooklyn: There is no better indicator that something is going to sell  Read more

On Tuesday night, Rooftop Films returns to its most luxe locale, The William Vale, for the premiere of Never Goin’ Back, about two Texan, high school drop-out waitresses scheming to  Read more

I can still remember the first time I saw Courtney Barnett perform on stage. It was in 2013 on a Saturday afternoon at some Williamsburg dive during the CMJ festival  Read more

Who knew that Prospect Park is one of the best spots for largemouth bass in NYC, or that they not only allow you to fish there, but would teach you,  Read more

To anyone in the greater Park Slope-Sunset Park-Bay Ridge metropole, a mention of the R train is an instant ice-breaker. Nary a subterranean morning commute passes through the caverns below  Read more

Vanessa Palazio remembers making tres leches cake as a child, carefully punching holes in the sponge to fill with the three-milk mixture, as her parents cooked up a storm around  Read more

My Year of Rest and Relaxation By Ottessa Moshfegh Penguin, 2018 The unnamed narrator of Ottessa Moshfegh’s My Year of Rest and Relaxation might be the only person to consider  Read more

Head to the Prospect Park Bandshell this weekend to enjoy several free performances as part of the summer-long BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival, including the first Music & Movies presentation of  Read more

Maybe it’s because we’re coming down from the 4th of July, but this week has felt particularly long, right? Give yourself a much-deserved break by catching a ferry to the  Read more

We all love to indulge in some spicy tuna rolls and General Tso’s every once in a while, but if you’re feeling the urge to spread your wings a bit  Read more

For years now, comedian/actress/former SNL cast member Sasheer Zamata has been one of the funniest and most prolific performers to grace our borough’s various comedy venues. Her schedule appears to  Read more

Make your Monday a little less Mondayish by planning to hit up The Wild Honey Pie’s Dinner Party with Zuli in the backyard at Esme in Greenpoint this week. For  Read more

A summer that has brought us Jurassic World (quite possibly one of the worst films I’ve ever seen) is also bringing us Sorry To Bother You, an absurdist sci-fi comedy  Read more

Do you also have that friend who is currently in medical school so you’re constantly sending them weird photos/texts/questions in hopes of them diagnosing (or, better yet, curing) you of  Read more

One of the best things about summer is outdoor films. One of the worst things about summer is time flying by so quickly that you totally forget to go  Read more

Picture it: Summer in Brooklyn, hot and sticky sidewalks, neighbors hanging on stoops and out windows, park meetups, rosé upon glass of rosé in stuffy apartments and backyard bars alike.  Read more

  One of the joys of an NYC summer — taking the subway to Coney Island for a day at the beach — just got better. Kitchen 21, the gastropub  Read more

Sunset Park has long been a working-class neighborhood with a vibrant cultural fabric. Lately, new cafés and restaurants have popped up, spurred along by Industry City, a sprawling campus of  Read more

Myrtle Avenue Plaza in Clinton Hill is officially open, and The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership is celebrating by hosting free weekly events all summer long. Sponsored by TD Bank, the  Read more

I started working in the service industry over a decade ago in Los Angeles. I was sixteen and I recoiled from the thought of having to wear khaki shorts, polyester  Read more

School’s out for summmmeerrr! 🎶 Alice Cooper’s anthem encapsulates the feeling that kids have as school ends and the summer stretches ahead of them. Depending on your perspective, you either  Read more

The ultimate antidote to summer in the city? Day-drinking under big blue skies at a breezy upstate brewery. You deserve a lazy weekend, slow drives on country roads, and delicious  Read more

If you’ve forgotten what New York City feels like when we really hit the dog days of summer, the near-100 degree temperatures coming down the pike will be a startling  Read more

Add this to your summer bucket list: a drink atop Brooklyn’s beachiest rooftop bar, Kitchen 21. You can see the waves from this beautifully restored, Prohibition-era building in Coney Island  Read more

I can still remember the first time I saw Courtney Barnett perform on stage. It was in 2013 on a Saturday afternoon at some Williamsburg dive during the CMJ festival  Read more

Park Slope, land of gorgeous brownstones and leafy streets, is the kind of neighborhood that was made for one of Brooklyn Based and Brooklyn Brewery’s annual Immersions. On Saturday, July  Read more

I have heard a lot of good things about Las Culturistas, a weekly pop culture podcast hosted by Matta Rogers and Bowen Yang, but I haven’t had a chance to  Read more

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