Visit lovely Delta City and 15 other free things to do this week

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The old future of crime fighting can be seen for free this week

1. Learn about the historical black experience in Coney Island, with Hakeem Jeffries and other special guests. And since you’ll be in Coney Island, have a hot dog and some cheese fries (Monday)

2. Game Night is celebrating President’s Day the only way they know how, with laughter. This show features No Office Holiday Party performer Mike Lawrence (Monday)

3. You think you know everything there is to know about soil, but you don’t, so check out Dirt! The Movie at the Brooklyn Commune (Monday)

4. Escape the winter blues at Pizza Beach, which is less of a beach and more of a comedy show at Muchmore’s featuring Jo Firestone, Brett Davis and more (Monday)

5. See what art love is all about at a screening of Cutie and the Boxer, the story of a tempestuous art relationship, at the BRIC House (Tuesday)

6. You’ve been making stuff about Black History Month and President’s Day anyway, so win a prize for doing that at Bullshit History (Tuesday)

7. Hear some people at BookCourt talk about the future of the novel in a globalized age, because won’t you sound smart telling people that’s what you did on a Wednesday? (Wednesday)

8. Hang out around successful Brooklyn startup CEOs and maybe learn something through osmosis about being successful yourself at a Brooklyn Entrepreneurs panel. Failing that, just have some free beer (Wednesday)

9. Want to have your own internet radio show? Find out what you’ll need to do at Radio Bushwick’s informational session about their plans for the station (Wednesday)

10. McSweeney’s is having some of their writers show up at powerHouse for their “Best Of” book release party, so confront them about why you’ve never been published there (Wednesday)

11. Attend a funk funeral for the recently passed Mighty Hannibal. Don’t worry, a funk funeral isn’t sad, it’s mostly dancing. To funk music  (Wednesday)

12. Body Party at Cameo is a dance party that goes down right after work and doesn’t use professional DJs, just people who really like music (Thursday)

13. Strong Female Lead is celebrating their one-year anniversary with a screening of Working Girl, prizes and free cakeballs (Thursday)

14. Speaking of anniversaries, the Way Station is turning three years old, and they promise to finally activate the TARDIS that is their bathroom (Thursday)

15. Late Night Basement at Pine Box Rock Shop is back, and they’re inviting W. Kamau Bell and Eliot Glazer into their shag-carpeting paradise, and offering two-for-one beers from Heavy Seas Brewery (Friday)

16. A free screening of Robocop? We’d buy that for a dollar. But we don’t have to, because it’s being shown for free (Friday)

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