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Monday, May 12, 2014

Brooklyn Heights

Train sleuth to tell ghost-train stories at Transit Museum

This transit buff is digging deep to unearth the secrets of New York’s subway system. Comment.
DUMBO

Home is where the hops are, according to new beer cookbook

A newlywed Brooklyn couple saved a truck-load on beer by making it themselves and are now trying to spread the suds love with an ice-cold, refreshing cookbook. Comment.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Bay Ridge Nights

Take mom out for some Bay Ridge Nights!

It’s Mother’s Day weekend, and what better way to show mom you care than taking her out for a night on the town in Bay Ridge? Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Jailhouse librarian pens book about dispensing prose in the pokey

Kids need books, not jail, the author argues. Comment.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Music

Pop goes the festival! Brooklynites to celebrate power pop

These musicians are on a mission to prove that pop can most definitely rock. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn’s boat bicentennial is here

A ferry informative exhibition is coming to the Brooklyn Historical Society this weekend. Comment.
Greenpoint

Out of the nightclub and into the street

This band plays in the most unexpected places, or at least mostly outside of the standard venues. Comment.
Williamsburg

Giant sphinx-lady sculpture inside Domino Sugar factory is not-so-sweet relief

This artist is making the inside of the Domino Sugar factory bittersweet, with an emphasis on the bitter. Comment.

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