This weekend: Bee Gee’s tribute, outdoor flea, secret science

7pm: the boozy baritones of opera on tap fill intimate barbes with song. $10 sugg. don.

8pm: the bee gees’ music is stayin’ alive w. all-metal tribute band tragedy. brooklyn bowl, $8.

8:30pm: ‘the butt kapinski last show and star cabaret’ features trapeze, lyra, 7-minute opera, bellydance, hoops, and snaps alden + the butt kapinski orchestra (feat. luminescent orchestrii’s sarah alden). big sky works (williamsburg), $15 ($5 for after party).

8:30pm: pearl and the beard celebrate their album release w. support from lady lamb the beekeeper + the lisps. knitting factory, $10-12.

thru 5/1
: hanami, a month-long celebration of the japanese tradition of enjoying the cherry blossom season, starts at the brooklyn botanic garden. $10.

12-5pm (thru 9/5): the prospect park carousel opens for horsing around. $2/ride, $9 for a book of five tickets.

5-11pm: brooklyn museum’s target first saturday celebrates the exhibition norman rockwell: behind the camera w. curator talks, jazz music, a screening of wuthering heights, hands-on-art, a dance party, more. free.

8pm: misstallica (all-girl metallica tribute) + body talk (all-girl ratt tribute) play union hall, $10 adv, $12 dos

: the secret science club presents a ‘brain-boggling’ evening with neuroscientist/author paul glimcher. bell house, free.

10am-5pm (thru 11/20): the brooklyn flea moves outdoors to fort greene (saturdays) and williamsburg (sundays) for the new season

two movie tickets, two small popcorns, and two small sodas at cobble hill cinemas for $18 ($37 value)

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