The weekender! Here’s what you should do on Saturday and Sunday

The Brooklyn Paper

It’s another packed weekend in Brooklyn, so thank goodness that you have The Brooklyn Paper to make sense of it all. Click on the links below to be taken to our coverage of all the action:

• It’s your last weekend to get a taco, huerache or papusa at Red Hook Park.

• As our GO Brooklyn section reveals, you might want to go out right now and get a copy of the hot new “I (HEART) Bklyn Girls” pin-up calendar.

• Our awesome, inspiring, comprehensive Halloween calendar gets you ready for the big Halloween weekend! One highlight is One World Symphony’s cool All Hallow’s Eve show. Plus, our own puppetry, kids theater and mine critic, Trey Dooley, raves about the annual kids parade in Park Slope.

• Sarah Portlock raved about “Like You Like It” at the Gallery Players. And “Lord Oxford Brings You ‘The Second American Revolution, Live!’” is now up at the Brick Theater.

• Kevin’s restaurant adds a new American joint to Red Hook’s culinary mix.

• And you should definitely buy your ticket for the Coney Island benefit next week.

As always, these and other great events are in our exclusive family calendar, our great nightlife calendar, and our matchless events calendar.

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