Monthly Archives: September 2013

Taking the Dumbo Arts Festival by Storm

There is an unintentional theme in this weekend’s Dumbo Arts Festival – works inspired by Hurricane Sandy. I look at the works in a preview for the Brooklyn Paper. Advertisements

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A guide to the Brooklyn Book Festival

This is one of my favorite annual events in Brooklyn. It’s something you can explore by the seat of your pants, or map out well in advance. For the latter, I put together a handy, hour-by-hour guide for the Brooklyn … Continue reading

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Some food for thought Foodie fest Taste Talks is happening in North Brooklyn this weekend. I caught up with the organizer and some folks involved to ask some important questions, like why does coffee in restaurants suck?

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A decade of Balkan brass in Brooklyn

For the past 10 years, Slavic Soul Party has been bringing fiery Balkan beats to Barbes in Brooklyn (alliteration unavoidable). Now that’s something to celebrate. This week, I preview the September 10 anniversary show for the Brooklyn Paper.

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