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July 25

Animation domination

The annual Animation Block Party film festival is kicking off at the Brooklyn Academy of Music with a screening of 1996 Bugs Bunny-meets-basketball blockbuster “Space Jam” in 35mm. The fest, which runs through July 27, will also screen shorts, indie animations, and ’toons from around the globe.

7 pm at BAM Rose Cinemas [30 Lafayette Ave. near Ashland Place in Fort Greene, (718) 636–4100,]. $14.


July 26

Staple guns

Dozens of DIY publishers and artists will gather at Pete’s Candy Store for its annual Pete’s Mini Zine Fest, which claims to be “the longest running zine fest in Brooklyn (that also happens to be held in a bar).” The lineup includes The Brooklyn Paper’s very own Bartoonist, Bill Roundy, so go get your favorite Barscrawl signed.

2–7 pm Pete’s Candy Store [709 Lorimer St. at Richardson Street in Williamsburg, (718) 302–3770,]. Free.


July 27

Beats ball

Hip-hop stars Kendrick Lamar, French Montana, Wale, and Fabolous will go head-to-head — on the basketball court. Each entertainer will coach a team of NBA stars and street-ball players when the Entertainers Basketball Classic comes to Barclays Center. Lamar, Fabolous, and Wale will also perform, alongside Big Sean.

4 pm at Barclays Center [620 Atlantic Ave. at Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Heights, (917) 618–6100,]. From $21.50.


July 29

Food fight

Chew on this — NY1 anchor and Williamsburg resident Pat Kiernan will return to the Bell House for another epic trivia night. This time the theme is “food,” but don’t expect cooking questions — the quiz will focus on edibles in music, movies, and popular culture.

7 pm at the Bell House [149 Seventh St. between Second and Third avenues in Gowanus, (718) 643–6510,]. $26.


July 31

Star track

Get starry eyed at Brooklyn Bridge Park. The Amateur Astronomers Association of New York will be at the Pier 1 promenade to help you make sense of all those twinkling lights in the sky. Bring your own telescope, or use one of their giant ones.

Dusk at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 1 promenade (Near Furman and Old Fulton streets, Free.

Posted 12:00 am, July 25, 2014
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