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Take a bite out of autumn with our restaurant preview

After a sweltering summer, it’s a safe bet that most of us are ready for fall — and that means more than just cooler weather. We’re already looking forward to the good eats that come along with it — from crisp apples to a big bowl of soup on a blistery day. Here are our picks for fall’s dining musts. Comment

Now this is a real ‘Stretch’: Neal Pollack, calm and collected?

Yoga may have made Neal Pollack calmer, but, don’t worry, he isn’t any less cynical. Comment

It’s ‘Hansel and Regretel’ in new post-modern fairy tale

This is musical theater for people who don’t like musical theater. Comment

Better bookmark the entire weekend for Marty’s literary festival

Bookmark the whole weekend because the Brooklyn Book Festival just got bigger. Comment

Cake Man accused of giving staff crumbs — plus all the other food gossip

With the lackadaisical days of summer drawing to a close, Brooklyn’s restaurant scene is revving up. Here’s the best of the borough’s openings, closings, and, of course, restaurant gossip. Comment

The air sex championship is the most fun you can have with your clothes on

Williamsburg: It’s time to get your “O” face on — the Air Sex World Championships are coming to Williamsburg. Comment

Cake Man accused of giving staff crumbs — plus all the other food gossip

Foodie-in-Chief: With the lackadaisical days of summer drawing to a close, Brooklyn’s restaurant scene is revving up. Here’s the best of the borough’s openings, closings, and, of course, restaurant gossip. Comment

It wouldn’t be Labor Day without the carnival

Event: The final chapter of our five-part series of why you should stay in town this weekend — the granddaddy of all reasons: the annual Labor Day carnival on Eastern Parkway. Comments (1)
Fashion: A team of Brooklyn designers wants to change the way you shop. Comments (1)

There’s a soca (fan) born every minute at the Brass Fest

Music: Part four of our series on why you should stay in town — Friday’s soca concert. Comments (1)

Labor Day Fun, Part 3: Meet the love of your life

Nightlife: Here’s the third reason to stay in town this weekend: A speed-dating event at Union Hall on Sunday. Comment

L’Chaim! Do your (Jewish) holiday shopping on Lee Avenue in Williamsburg

Shopping: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are only a week away. For the observant, that means feasting on sweet foods to help ensure a “sweet New Year” before fasting. Here in Brooklyn, you only need to go to one place to find all your Rosh Hashanah needs, from challah to kosher chicken to bottle of sweet wine — Lee Avenue. Comments (6)

Rockabilly Fest takes over the Boardwalk this weekend

Music: From flame tattoos to fire eaters, the Coney Island Rockabilly Festival heats up the Boardwalk over this weekend. Comments (4)

‘One’ love! Brooklyn Unicycle Day is this Friday

Event: One isn’t the loneliest number. Comments (1)

How do you ride a unicycle?

Event: Circus arts master Keith Nelson tells you how. Comments (1)

Sunday Best finale is this Sunday at Brooklyn Fire Proof

Music: Call it Sunday Last. Comment

Labor Day Extravaganza Part 1: Go to a pig roast on Saturday

Dining: Reason one to stay in town this weekend: Snout ‘N Stout in Williamsburg. Comment
Event: They may be clowning around — but it’s still art. Comments (2)

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