GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings
Summer is over and it’s time to put away foolish things like the beach and get back into the rhythm of urban life. To help, The Brooklyn Paper has assembled this full guide to fall fun. Comment

Get some great food in a church basement!

Shopping: The best new place to get homemade, specialty and ethnic foods isn’t some fancy gourmet place, but a church cafeteria. Comment

There’s a new cookie in town

Shopping: Little Buddy Biscuit Company opens in the South Slope. Comment
Art: The King of Pop — a god? Comments (18)

Fragments with Focus’ exhibit

Brooklyn Paper: Spoke the Hub is hosting an opening for the visual art exhibit, “Fragments with Focus,” September 12 from 6-8 p.m. at the newly renovated Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center, 748 Union Street at Sixth Avenue in Park Slope. This exhibit will be showcasing new work done by seven students from the most recent Collage and Mixed Media class taught by artist and art educator Susan Fleminger. Comment

Spotlight on children’s artistry

Kings Courier: More than 50 youngsters from The Jewish Guild for the Blind’s Harriet and Robert Heilbrunn School, showcased their artistic talents at The Children Art Foundation’s 2009 International Children’s Art Exhibition held at the Asian Cultural Center Art Gallery in mid-town Manhattan. Comment

Kiddie Corner grand opening

Parenting: Chabad of Brooklyn Heights invites all to celebrate the grand opening of Kiddie Korner on Montague/Clinton with a Jewish New Year Street Fair, featuring a live Torah Tots concert, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., September 13. Comment

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