Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013


Blaze of glory: Meet Brooklyn’s new musical superhero

Call him the Light Knight. Comment.

Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013


Hole lotta love: Sweet exhibition celebrates New York’s deep-fried delicacies

You can bet dollars to donuts that this exhibition will make your stomach rumble. Comment.

Lords of the ring: Brooklyn’s best donuts

A donut expert shares her favorite Brooklyn dough-fryers. Comment.

Monday, Dec. 16, 2013

Park Slope

A show that makes fun of wrestling, by the people who love it most

Can you smell what Union Hall is cooking? Comment.

Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013


Where to GO this week!

Got plans for this coming week? No? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. Comment.

Friday, Dec. 13, 2013

Park Slope

Theat-arrr! Pirate-inspired performers promise free holiday play

The only thing these pirates are plundering is ticket prices. Comment.

Brooklyn ghostwriter pens Kim Jong Il’s ‘autobiography’

Meet the man trying to resurrect Kim Jong Il. Comment.
Bay Ridge Nights

It’s Christmas time at Bay Ridge’s favorite watering holes

Welcome back to “Bay Ridge Nights” — your guide to southern Brooklyn’s nightlife destination. Comment.

Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013


A cracking show: ‘The Nutcracker’ gets a modern makeover

Vertical Aerial Arts’ “The Nutcracker Circus Suite” takes the classic seasonal ballet, and adds breakdancing mice, burlesque performers, aerial acts, and trip-hop. Comment.

Art meets academia: New dance reanimates the rituals of an extinct Argentine people

Anabella Lenzu is bringing dance back from the dead. Comment.

Mixed nuts: The many ‘Nutcrackers’ of Brooklyn

A look at four “Nutcracker” variations being performed around the borough this holiday season, by ballet companies both professional and pint-sized. Comment.
Bay Ridge Courier

Acting sketchy: Downtown sketch comedy show skewers the ’90s

This sketch comedy group may sound sweet — but do not let the name fool you. Comment.

Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013

Fort Greene

Celebrated Brooklyn film finally gets borough premiere

A hit on the underground film fest circuit, Brooklyn-based dramedy “See You Next Tuesday” finally gets a local screening. Comment.

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