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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings
Shopping: June was a complete washout, so now it’s time to fully embrace the picnic — and the good news is that The Brooklyn Paper is here to help with our first annual park-by-park guide to the perfect picnic. Comment

The Olympics are coming to Park Slope

Nightlife: The board game Olympics, that is. Comment
Dining: The Grecian Corner will return! Comments (5)
Music: Some “genuine legends” of the 1970s punk-rock scene are coming to the Bell House next Friday. Comment
The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Don’t miss the corned beef hash at Dizzy’s. Comments (6)

‘Daydream’ needs a wake-up call in Prospect Park

Dooley Noted: It is not very often that a theatrical production comes along that features puppetry, scenery-chewing acting, greatly truncated Shakespeare and absurd accents — and yet still doesn’t fully satisfy me. Comment

Literary b-ball league is booked solid

Greenpoint: Are you desperately searching for a way to combine books and basketball, the two loves of your life? Wait, don’t answer. Comments (5)

Annual scavenger Hunt

Williamsburg: The Brooklyn Greenway Initiative at 145 Columbia Street, and Recycle−a−Bicycle are teaming up for their annual scavenger hunt on Governors Island, July 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Comment

Galapagos Art Space hosts salute to street performers

Williamsburg: See New York City’s finest subway and street performers celebrate the work of Opus 118 Harlem School of Music, a nonprofit organization, which supports children in NYC schools with underdeveloped music programs, at the Galapagos Art Space, 16 Main Street in DUMBO, July 21 at 9 p.m. Comment

Your are now entering Brooklynati

Brooklyn Courier: You’re invited to “Brooklynati” on July 8, when local hip−hop group Tanya Morgan play Southpaw. Comment

Annual scavenger hunt

Canarsie: The Brooklyn Greenway Initiative at 145 Columbia Street, and Recycle−a−Bicycle are teaming up for their annual scavenger hunt on Governors Island, July 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Comment

Check out the bats of Prospect Park

Event: Don’t be scared, be excited by our nocturnal pals. After all, they eat bugs. Comment

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