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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Ahoy, mateys! Mobile museum showcases New York’s maritime wonders

Parenting: There’s more in the East River than garbage and body bags. Comment.

The hot sweet stuff! Get the spicy honey that makes Paulie Gee’s famous

Dining: The secret ingredient? Mike’s Hot Honey. Comment.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Lawyer-rocker leads 10-day Bococa Arts Festival

Music: Plenty of performers have worked with Lady Gaga and Ice-T — but only one has worked with one on stage and the other in court. Comments (4).

New Heights cafe — Vineapple — is like your living room (only much bigger)

Dining: Brooklyn Heights coffee sippers and laptop lovers rejoice! Vineapple — a cozy community café — opened this week on Pineapple Street, bringing a jolt of caffeine to the otherwise sleepy area. Comments (2).

Thursday, June 9, 2011

It’s Northside Festival time

Music: Even more culture will flood the streets of Williamsburg and Greenpoint than usual, as the Northside Festival returns for four days of music, film and art this month. Comments (4).

Rock on! Southern Brooklyn is bursting with live music

Music: Williamsburg is great for cutting-edge, but if you want that old time rock and roll, head to Wheeler’s, Peggy O’Neill’s and the Greenhouse Cafe. Comments (3).

Festival picks — from festival players

Music: We asked some of the performers to tell us where to go. Comment.

Celebrate Brooklyn pick of the week: A musical tribute to the Freedom Riders!

Music: Don’t miss Hal Willner’s latest curation at the Prospect Park band shell on June 16. Comment.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

This event is the Shat

Nightlife: A tribute to — and satire of — Captain James T. Kirk (and the legendary actor who created him). Comments (1).

The many faces of William Shatner

Nightlife: William Shatner has been entertaining us for more than 50 years. Here’s some of the legend’s many faces. Comments (1).

The ‘Maine’ event — a new book from Sullivan

Books: And it’s the must read this summer — even at 400 pages! Comment.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Hill Cafe gives you the recipe for a hot new cool summer dish

Dining: It’s Sea Bass with Baby Bok Choi — and it’s simple and delicious. Comment.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Park Slope gets a butcher shop that even Jonathan Safran Foer could love (maybe)

Shopping: Fleisher’s, to open in September, is all organic. Comments (19).

This week’s tasty — but less filling! — food gossip

Foodie-in-Chief: You can blame St. Anselm for the “less filling” part. Our Foodie-in-Chief gives you all the dish. Comments (1).

Swing’s the thing this summer at the Library

Event: Head to the Central Branch on Thursdays for a free dance series — and finally perfect that lindy hop. Comments (2).

Victorian Flatbush house tour is not one to miss

Event: Don’t miss your chance to explore the suburban oasis that is Ditmas Park. Comment.

Friday, June 3, 2011

A new destination for serious beer lovers

Nightlife: The Draft Barn mini-empire grows with a new bar on Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay. Comment.

Folkin’ ay! Brooklyn fest is now a three-day stand

Music: The third annual Brooklyn Folk Fest has expanded by one day and one venue. Comment.

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