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Friday, Sept. 24, 2010

Catch the big one at this year’s fishing derby

Event: It’s has been widely said that if you give a man a fish, he eats for a day. But if you teach a man to fish in the East River, he could win the Brooklyn Fishing Derby. Comment

Flea bitten? You won’t be with our new shopping column

Shopping: This market watch has nothing to do with stocks. Comment

Call it the new sharecropping

Commercial kitchens are expensive, but making food out of your apartment isn’t exactly legal or sustainable. So what’s a fledging food maker to do? Urban sharecropping. Comment

The case for urban sharecropping

The appeal of urban sharecropping is more urgent than ever. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010

‘Animal Farm’ reimagined as an Orwellian circus

Theater: The circus and communist Russia never had much in common, but House of Yes is looking to change all that. Comment

You’ll crow for this ‘Rooster’

Nightlife: On the farm, cocks need room to roam. In Williamsburg, hipsters need room to drink — and now they have a whole lot more, in the form of the Old Rooster. Comment

Get some healthy juice this fall

Dining: The Green Pirate Juice Truck will be in Grand Army Plaza every Saturday. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010

Get some ‘character’ at Galapagos

Music: A one-night musical revue spotlights our borough’s nuts. Comments (1)

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Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010

Coney Island Film Fest to honor Darren Aronofsky this weekend

Cinema: It’s time to get your celluloid freak on! Comments (2)

Toys for grown-ups

Shopping: Our comprehensive guide to the four best sex shops in the borough. Comments (1)

DUMBO Arts Fest bigger, better than ever

Art: A revamped name, numerous new art mediums, and a wide array of performances, installations, panels, and workshops, all promise to make this year’s DUMBO Arts Festival the largest and most spectacular to date. Comment

Church hosts T.S. Eliot’s murderous play

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Spoiler alert! “Murder in the Cathedral” is about a brutal killing in church — but don’t worry, we didn’t just ruin the play for you. Comment

Monday, Sept. 20, 2010

Chipotle in the Slope? It’s not true!

Foodie-in-Chief: Plus all the food gossip from our “Foodie in Chief.” Comments (1)

The Atlantic Antic — one of the best street fairs — is back on Sunday

Event: The granddaddy of all street fairs is back. Comments (3)

Bike tour on Sunday opens up the Navy Yard fortress

Event: Hop on your fixie and explore one of the most exclusive spaces in Brooklyn this month. Comments (1)

Dance company takes out the trash, littorally

Dance: This dance performance is a piece of garbage. Comments (5)

Friday, Sept. 17, 2010

Man says we should stop drinking coffee! What, is he nuts?!

Checkin’ in with: This guy says that caffeine makes us fatter and more stressed out. Yeah, and what’s the downside? Comments (15)

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