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Five things to do in Brooklyn, June 29–July 5

Standing behind the invisible jet: Anyone is welcome join the a photo shoot of Wonder Women and Supermen before the Wassabasco Burlesque show at the Bell House on July 4.
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Friday

June 29

Down to clown

Catch the new comedy “Family,” about a 12-year-old girl who runs away to become a Juggalo. The band Insane Clown Posse will perform after the screening, so this is either a show you definitely want to see, or one for which you should avoid the entire neighborhood. Whoop whoop!

8 pm at the Well [272 Meserole St. between Waterbury Street and Bushwick Place in Bushwick, (347) 338–3612, www.thewellbrooklyn.com]. $16.

Saturday

June 30

Say you, Sadie

Old school alt-country band the Sadies, who have been playing together since before “alt-country” was a term, will drop by Union Pool for a free afternoon show, playing tunes from the new album “Northern Passages.” The band Mandingo Ambassadors opens.

2 pm at Union Pool [484 Union Ave. at Meeker Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 609–0484, www.union-pool.com]. Free.

Sunday

July 1

Hear a Who!

Who doesn’t love a musical?
Come and see the “Seussical!”
We encourage you to go —
you might even join the show!
See the Brooklyn Theatre Club,
performing at the Muchmores pub!
This show is your final chance
to see these people sing and dance!

2 pm at Muchmores (2 Havemeyer St. at N. Ninth Street in Williamsburg, www.brooklyntheatreclub.com). $15.

Wednesday

July 4

Stars and strips

Celebrate America’s birthday with a patriotic tribute to baseball, apple pie, and butts! The annual Wasabassco’s America burlesque show at the Bell House celebrates the freedom to dress however you want, and then to take off that dress! Show up at 7:30 for the group Wonder Woman photo shoot!

8 pm at the Bell House [149 Seventh St. between Second and Third avenues in Gowanus, (718) 643–6510, www.thebellhouseny.com]. $15–$20.

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July 5

Jazz with bite

Swing, jazz, and blues outfit the Blue Vipers of Brooklyn will play its unique blend of retro New Orleans-inspired tunes at a free show beneath the Manhattan Bridge this afternoon. Enjoy the tunes, and then check out some of the nearby galleries for the First Thursday Dumbo Art Walk.

6 pm at the Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge [Water Street between Adams Street and Anchorage Place in Dumbo, (718) 237–8700, www.dumbo.is]. Free.

Updated 5:41 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Not Williamsburgh from Not Williamsburgh says:
Wow, it's amazing the diversity of neighborhoods Brooklyn Paper talks about. Williamsburg, Gowans AND Dumbo? Who knew there were THREE neighborhoods in Brooklyn? Thanks for showing the full range of what Brooklyn has to offer!
June 29, 10:35 pm

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