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Beat the winter blues Pretend it’s not winter anymore at least for a few hours at this Greenpoint bar this weekend. Advertisements

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‘The Marriage of Figaro’ times three “The Marriage of Figaro” is one of the most popular operas ever performed. To wit – this month, there are three separate productions of Mozart’s tale of deception and jealousy in Brooklyn alone. I … Continue reading

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Drop and give me 20 slip stitches Brooklyn’s craft scene gets a center with the Brooklyn Craft Camp, a DIY craft boot camp o of sorts, and, soon, the Brooklyn Craft Company. I write about the development 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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Houston Yarn-Bombing Installation Destroyed by Vandals On June 8, several knitters worked tirelessly to turn a black metal structure into a colorful installation to brighten up Heights Boulevard. Exactly a week later, someone destroyed it.

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