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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Hidden history

History buffs, take note. Comment

How to make the most of the Northside Festival

Here’s how Greg Sullo of the band Dinosaur Feathers will take advantage of the Northside Festival. Comment

Tool time! At the CrestFest, art meets hardware

At the Crest Hardware Art Show, it’s difficult to tell where the art ends and the tools begin. Comment

‘I painted over Andy Warhol’

Andy Warhol wasn’t much of a bird watcher. The iconic pop artist had a house out on Long Island — the closest thing we have to the county here — that was used mainly for parties. Comment

Spent a night sleeping with an artist!

An art gallery in DUMBO isn’t the coziest place to spend a week, but it certainly could be worse. Comment

Hidden history

History buffs, take note. Comment

Great lineup at the next Franklin Park reading on June 14

Get your week started with some booze and books. Comment

Slainte! Toast James Joyce on Brooklyn’s very own Bloomsday (four days early)

Bloomsday has nothing to do with flowers. Comment

Dancing in the street

Music: Play that funky music, hipsters. Comments (1)

‘I painted over Andy Warhol’

Art: Andy Warhol wasn’t much of a bird watcher. The iconic pop artist had a house out on Long Island — the closest thing we have to the county here — that was used mainly for parties. Comment

Eugene Mirman brings the comedy to Celebrate Brooklyn on June 17

Nightlife: Celebrate Brooklyn isn’t just a summer-long music festival. Comment
Event: This craft festival has nothing to do with arts. Comment

New page for Dyker Heights thanks to 13th Ave. bookstore

Books: It’s such a big deal that even Marty showed up at the opening. Comment

Slainte! Toast James Joyce on Brooklyn’s very own Bloomsday (four days early)

Event: Bloomsday has nothing to do with flowers. Comment

Great lineup at the next Franklin Park reading on June 14

Books: Get your week started with some booze and books. Comment
Dining: Calexico and Crif Dogs more closer to opening. Comments (2)
Books: Joyce Carol Oates, Rosanne Cash, Paul Krugman and Melvin Van Peebles — plus a long list of usual suspects — are the literary luminaries that will fill Borough Hall with their talent at the Brooklyn Book Festival on Sept. 12. Comment
Dining: And Hot Bird is back, too (minus the chicken, but with drinks). Comments (1)
Shopping: This stoop sale will take the cake — and you can even take home a pew. Comment
Nightlife: Something is brewing at Union Hall — more accurately, homebrewing. Comment

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