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This is the fifteenth in our series on the venues featured in the second Brooklyn Beer Book. This week we return to an old favorite...

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Once upon a time Brooklyn was paradise: a summer home for America's savviest import/exporters and cut-throatiest robber barons. We were even independent once (miss...

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Did you know that April is National Poetry Month and Thursday is Poem In Your Pocket Day? The Mayor’s Office and the Brooklyn Museum...

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Nothing gets us as excited for summer as when all the free event listings start filling the inbox, and today we got news on...

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If you’re feeling a little in touch with your artistic side after a few Sweet Actions, you’re not the only one. Presumably because the last...

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Franklin Park reading tonight feat. Darin Strauss, Deb Olin Unferth & more The poor man's dinner party Pot allergy probably more common than we...

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Since reading Of Mice and Men way back, I’ve nursed a distinct wish to get a little stake together, retire from field laboring and...

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Endless car alarms,  screeching sirens, sidewalks covered in dog waste and the terrifying pack of just-released-from-school teenagers on the subway: these are among the...

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FRIDAY thru 4/17: the 5th annual congress of curious peoples = 10 days of performances, exhibitions and films by sideshow artists. opening night gets started...

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I know you’re chained to your desk twitching in anticipation for the Brokelyn Country Club Spring Gala April 21. If you weren’t excited enough...