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Coney’s subway station finally gets its ‘Star’

Lola Star is transforming the Stillwell Avenue subway station in Coney Island into a sparkly pink paradise. Comment

Circus maximus! Gemini and Scorpio do Ringling one better at Littlefield

Nightlife: Ringling Bros. is for kids; for a real circus experience this summer, Littlefield’s got you covered. Comment

Music legend Kenny Vance at Coney next week

Kenny Vance still knows how to get them moving. Comment

Shakespeare in the Park? Feh — we got Calderon’s ‘Dream’ play

There was Shakespeare in the Park this summer. Now there’s Calderón in the Park. Comment

Pitch perfect! Three Heights bars back different British teams

Soccer on Atlantic Avenue has reached a fever pitch. Comment

The Mommyheads are back, which is good news

Twelve years after calling it quits, The Mommyheads are back at it, pulling from their six-album canon and rocking out like it’s 1992. Comment

Tasty restaurant gossip — including prepared food next to the Co-op!

Dining: With summer heating up, it’s been a busy fortnight for Brooklyn’s foodie scene. Here are our tastiest tidbits of restaurant openings, closings, and of course, gossip. Comment

This romance event will ‘bowl’ you over

Nightlife: Few Jewish holidays combine centuries of Talmudic scholarship with the elegance of Diddy’s White Party. Comment

Shakespeare in the Park? Feh — we got Calderon’s ‘Dream’ play

There was Shakespeare in the Park this summer. Now there’s Calderón in the Park. Comment

‘Black’ is beautiful at new photo exhibit from Brooklyn’s past

Jacqui Woods has lived in Bedford-Stuyvesant for nearly 40 years. She moved to the neighborhood when it was really in decline — when political unrest and riots were prevalent — but it’s not the bad times she remembers but the good ones. Comment

The Mommyheads are back, which is good news

Twelve years after calling it quits, The Mommyheads are back at it, rocking out like it’s 1992. Comment

This is one cool movie theater

Cinema: Thursday Comment

Aaargh! Spartan Race coming to Brooklyn on Sunday

This race is epic. Comment

B-52s to turn Coney into a Love Shack on Aug. 19

To paraphrase the B-52s, Coney Island — that’s where it’s at this summer. Comment

‘Moviehouse’ at Sternberg Park focuses on the neighborhood

Cinema: This month, Moviehouse brings gentrification horrors, schizophrenia, and teen violence to Sternberg Park — in film! Comment
Music: Brooklyn’s next big venue just might be in the produce aisle of a Clinton Hill supermarket. Comments (5)

Pitch perfect! Three Heights bars back different British teams

Event: Soccer on Atlantic Avenue has reached a fever pitch. Comment
Music: Never say never. Comment
Theater: There was Shakespeare in the Park this summer. Now there’s Calderón in the Park. Comments (1)

‘Black’ is beautiful at new photo exhibit from Brooklyn’s past

Art: Jacqui Woods has lived in Bedford-Stuyvesant for nearly 40 years. She moved to the neighborhood when it was really in decline — when political unrest and riots were prevalent — but it’s not the bad times she remembers but the good ones. Comment
Dining: In Brooklyn, D.I.Y. is increasingly becoming L.L.C. Comments (1)

Warhol comes alive at Dr. Sketchy’s ‘anti-art school’ class

Art: Anti-art meets high art at the Brooklyn Museum. Comments (2)

This week’s hot restaurant dish

Foodie-in-Chief: It’s been a blistering hot two weeks — thankfully, Brooklyn has a whole new crop of great new (air conditioned) bars and restaurants to take the edge off. Here’s the latest openings, closings, and of course, some gossip. Comment

Wicked Spoon, indeed! Yogurt place tops yours with chocolate-covered crickets

Dining: Jeepers creepers! Wicked Spoon, Park Slope’s new frozen yogurt joint, is offering fro-yo lovers a few more exotic toppings to go with their cherries and chocolate sauce — chocolate-covered crickets. Comments (1)
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Cutting the mustard! Greenpoint woman makes the good stuff

Shopping: Anna Wolf makes mustard, but relish is really what she’s doing right now. Comments (1)

Party like it’s 1910 at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden next week

Nightlife: If this is any indication, they certainly knew how to throw a party in 1910. Comment

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