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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Fort Greene

Synth secrets: All-star lineup plays tribute to a mysterious Nigerian musician

Musicians including David Byrne and Money Mark play tribute to synth composer William Onyeabor — but they don’t know anything about him. Comment

Monday, April 28, 2014


Pole positions: W’burg show hopes to prove pole dancing is serious art

This Brooklyn dance company says poles deserve a place on the theatrical stage — not just in strip clubs. Comment

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Marine Park

Brooklyn bounce: An inflatable obstacle course fun run comes to Marine Park

Talk about a “fun” run! Comment

Friday, April 25, 2014

Bay Ridge Nights

Kiss April goodbye in Bay Ridge

April is almost over, so close out the month in style — in Bay Ridge! Comment

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Prospect Heights

Fire-artworks: Feminist fireworks show to light up Prospect Park

This art will go off with a bang! Comment
Prospect Heights

Flower power! Cherry blossom fest to feature samurai sword demo

The Botanic Garden’s “Sakura Matsuri” festival mixes tradition with the cutting edge — literally! Comment
Park Slope

Get ‘Lost’: Greenpointer brings cult sci-fi show back in new podcast

“Lost” is not so lost to fans anymore, thanks to this digital radio show. Comment

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Brooklyn Heights

Getting kinky with Kinkos: Homemade nudie mag featured at annual Zine Fest

The borough’s annual symposium of independent, DIY books and magazines is looking lurid this year, with the inclusion of a photospread publication that celebrates women in all their glory. Comment

Pop’s pop: ‘Dad Jams’ DJs spin tracks only a father could love

You just wait until your father hears about this! Comment

Cooking up a stink: Taiwanese Night Market serves up stinky tofu

“Your food stinks!” is not an insult to this cook. Comment

On the front lines of fermentation: Brooklyn book details the battle of craft beer

Brooklyn Brewery founder and former war corresspondant Steve Hindy is writing about a whole different battlefield these days. Comments (1)

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