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Big puppets celebrate ‘Rites of Spring’ on Saturday

This Saturday in Park Slope, you just might think it’s Halloween. Comment

Chew on this! Two cooking giants square off at Sunday’s Taste of Williamsburg

Brooklyn’s greatest competitive chef is coming out of retirement for one last sizzling sauté. Comment

Get ready to ‘Jumble’! Bike flea market coming to Slope

Brooklyn is a borough of cyclists. Lucky for you, recession-friendly transportation is about to get a discount at a bicycle-themed flea market. Comment

That’s folk, all! Brooklyn fest opens on May 21

The Brooklyn Folk Festival has already gotten too big for its britches! Comment

Raise your toes, raise some funds

All those kegstands will finally come in handy. Comment

Zombie king takes Brooklyn!

This event is BYOB — bring your own brain. Comment

Tickets go on sale on Tuesday for Ringling Bros. magical ‘Illuscination’ circus

Tickets go on sale tomorrow for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s new magic-themed circus, “Illuscination,” the return of the so-called “Greatest Show on Earth” for a second summer in Coney Island. Comment

Holy trinity! Sarah Ruhl’s triptych ‘Passion Play’ coming to Irondale Center

A church is the most natural — and most unlikely — setting for playwright Sarah Ruhl’s triptych, “Passion Play.” Comment

Zombie king takes Brooklyn!

Cinema: This event is BYOB — bring your own brain. Comment

Talk about a HEYDAY

Nightlife: POYKPAC has the Internet to thank for its fame, but the Brooklyn comedy troupe still likes to do things live. Comment
Music: Your summer is set — the schedule for Celebrate Brooklyn is here. Comments (1)

Here’s the full ‘Celebrate Brooklyn’ schedule

Music: Here it is, folks, the full schedule for “Celebrate Brooklyn,” the summer concert and arts series, produced by BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn, a badly punctuated name for a great organization. All concerts (except for benefits below) are at the bandshell in Prospect Park (entrance at Prospect Park West and Ninth Street) and are free ($3 suggested contribution). Comments (2)
Dining: Borough Hall hosts Brooklyn’s big time food manufacturers. Here’s our preview. Comment
Theater: A church is the most natural — and most unlikely — setting for playwright Sarah Ruhl’s triptych, “Passion Play.” Comment

Red Hook author brings world of the projects to life

Books: Growing up in the gritty world of the Red Hook projects, the last thing on Torrey Maldonado’s mind was becoming an author and becoming a role model. Comment

Call us Roto rooters! We love James Rotondi

Campbell’s Soup: Reliving the filthy old washout in seclusion isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Comments (1)

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