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To the 17th Century and Back on a Gastronomic Adventure

Brooklyn Brewery is offering foodies a culinary trip through the past with its second annual dinner series, which will take...

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Using Textile Sculptures, Dancers Create Performance Art in Bushwick

Textiles transforming into a variety of shapes and forms on the dance floor are the focus of an all-night dance...

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Nitehawk Debuts Cutting Edge Throwback Lo-Res

Nitehawk Cinema is using some old-school, forward thinking in the relaunch of its street-level bar.

The former Cafe at Nitehawk is...

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Lucy's Vietnamese Kitchen to Open in Bushwick

“Right now, New York only knows the bare minimum of what Vietnamese food has to offer,” said Sahra Nguyen, co-owner...

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North Brooklyn Well Represented at SXSW Film

A 60-year old woman ends up a local hipster celebrity after moving to Williamsburg. An adman in the same neighborhood...

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Come to Shwick Market for an Easter Block Party

What business does the Easter bunny have in a dead-end alley in Bushwick?

Over Easter weekend, April 4 and 5, Shwick,...

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Greenpoint Survivalist Takes Skills Off-Broadway

A Greenpoint-based actor and survival-instructor is about to star in a new Off-Broadway play.

Local resident, Jens Rasmussen, will appear in...

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Greenpoint’s the Place for Your Caffeine Fix This Weekend

Caffeine addicts unite!

The 10th iteration of the Coffee and Tea Festival NYC, a two-day tasting festival, is coming to...

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Theater in a Laundry Cycle – Immersive Arts in South Williamsburg

How are New York City’s Laundromats a focal point of traversing socio-economic boundaries?

A new immersive theater experience in South Williamsburg...

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Exploring Religion and “No Wave” Feminism at the Lutheran Church

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Greenpoint’s Lutheran Church of the Messiah is hosting an all-inclusive feminist dialogue next week.

Pervasive...

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MUSIC REVIEW: THE LORD CALVERTS....NOW! by the LORD CALVERTS

“This record must be played LOUD!”

Remember when albums came with this critical stipulation printed on the covers? Well, it...

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Not Your Local Dollar Store: 99 Cent Plus—the Art Gallery is Turning One

Dollar stores are ubiquitous in New York City—dosing out breakable plastic objects and household products to customers for affordable prices....

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Home Cooked Meals Delivered Straight to Your Front Door

Roasted salmon with apples and maple sauce; stuffed peppers with rice, pine nuts, parsley, mint and basil; and wild rice...

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Dating in 2015: An Immersive Theater Experience

Dating in the nineties was perhaps best illustrated by six friends sipping their coffee at Central Perk week after week...

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A Transplanted Williamsburg Performing Arts Space Opens in Greenpoint

Greenpoint has its own performing arts center.

After months of false starts and delays, Triskelion Arts finally opened the doors to...

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