24/Seven

Monday, Feb. 11, 2013

Fort Greene

Plays show little has changed since Matthew Shepherd’s murder

The true story of one of America’s most notorious hate crimes will come to Brooklyn in an epic five-hour production. Comment.
DUMBO

Meet the parent: Talk show host invites guests to chat with his dad

How would your dad’s jokes fare on late night? Comment.

Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013

Gowanus

Morrissey fans get what they want

If you’re planning on spending Valentine’s Day locked inside your bedroom crying and listening to Morrissey croon, remember — misery loves company. Comment.

Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013

Gowanus

The writing’s on the skin: Historians share tales of tattoos, love, and tragedy

Diamonds are forever, but ink is more specific. Comment.
Ditmas Park

Valentine’s nay: Ditmas musician’s concert of heartbreak

For every romantic Valentine’s Day, there’s the day after. Comment.

Friday, Feb. 8, 2013

Cobble Hill

Romance unleashed: Women and their dogs get together for Valentine’s day

Grab your heart-shaped kibbles, there’s puppy love in the air. Comment.
Park Slope

Boogie tights: Funky vintage shop party comes to Park Slope

It will be like shopping for an episode of “Mad Men” — directed by John Waters. Comment.

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