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1. We’ve found the DUMBO Arts Festival to be a better way to explore the neighborhood’s gallery’s than our original approach of knocking on their doors in the middle of the week and shouting, “Whatcha drawin’ there can I see?!” (Friday-Sunday)

2. Hear some R&B from Shanaz Dorsett at Spike Hill. (Friday)

3. The characters from your favorite shows have some pretty messed up stuff to say at Live Dubbed Sitcoms. (Friday)

4. Choral Chameleon draws inspiration from the city to create an experimental vocal sound in Storytime: Part One. (Friday)

5. Stomp out your deep, deep rage at the Great Brooklyn Grape Stomp, then reward yourself for taking out that anger constructively at one of their free wine tastings. (Friday)

6. The Breukelen Country Fair at the Wyckoff Farmhouse has colonial carnival games, yoga, a cider pressing, and an embroidery circle. (Saturday)

7. This Power Brunch Buffet features someone whose last name is “Hustle” so you know they’re not playing games. (Saturday)

8. Drink and play reproductive health-themed games at V to Shining V, brought to you by Lady Parts Justice. (Saturday)

9. Bitches’ Brew has some music and lols for you at Lucey’s Lounge. (Saturday)

10. The art, film, and performances at Body Talk are all centered on skin and hair and arms and legs. (Saturday)

11. The Atlantic Antic is turning 40 and they’re celebrating with food and music and ponies! (Sunday)

12. Watch some teenage boys come of age in the 80s in Out of Bounds and Tuff Turf at Obsolete Cinema’s Brats Unbound. (Sunday)

13. Brush up on your ass-kicking and name-taking skills at this free self-defense class. (Sunday)

14. There’s lots of music and free beer at SnapCrackle at Friends and Lovers. (Sunday)

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