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Press release of the week: All-male nude burlesque!

Nightlife: Who let the boys out? Shocks and C-----: All-nude all-dude revue! They said it couldn’t be done. They said it shouldn’t be done. So we’re doing it! Comment
Dining: We’re a part of the city that never sleeps — so it’s only fitting that sometimes we get hungry in the middle of the night. Comment

And here are our favorite diners

Dining: Sometimes the greasiest spoon serves the tastiest food. So to suppliment our guide to the best late-night food, GO Brooklyn’s Ben Muessig offers his guide to his favorite 24-hour diners. Comments (2)
Art: A shuttered novelty toy factory is about to become Boerum Hill’s newest arts destination. Comments (3)
Music: The Green-Wood Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 560,000 Brooklynites, but it only takes 30 dancers and a troupe of accordion players to make it come to life. Comment

Bushwick building is one big art gallery until tenants move in

Art: Talk about an art studio! Comment

The ‘Last Supper’ festival is art with some meat on its bones

Art: Finally, an art show that will cause a gut reaction. Comment
Dining: The best coffee in Brooklyn just got even better. Comment

Press release of the week: All-male nude burlesque!

Nightlife: Who let the boys out? Shocks and C—ks: All-nude all-dude revue! They said it couldn’t be done. They said it shouldn’t be done. So we’re doing it! Comment

Hey, you, spot the wild boar on that building!

Books: Who knew there was a wild boar residing on Garfield Place? It just doesn’t seem like the place for such a beast — or maybe it does. Comment

All about estuaries at The Cove

Parenting: Celebrate National Estuaries Day and learn about the special creatures that live in these vibrant coastal areas where rivers meet the sea, September 26 from 9-11:30 a.m. at The Cove in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Comment

Now playing: ‘Above Brooklyn’ on the roof

Bay News: In “Above Brooklyn,”screening September 12 at 9 p.m. on the rooftop of the Old American Can Factory, some of New York City’s few remaining rooftop pigeon breeders try to catch each other’s birds in a game of aerial competition. Comment

‘09 Apple Festival

Bay News: The Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum will have its annual Apple Festival, September 20. Comment

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