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Join the coolest club — literally

Here’s the scoop on one of Brooklyn’s coolest new social club. Comment

Fred Tomaselli show at the Brooklyn Museum starts Friday

Artist Fred Tomaselli’s black light poster-esque psychedelic images are everywhere — online, in books, and even on album covers — but to truly appreciate the art, you need to see it live. Comment

A big Brooklyn ‘Stew’ as singer returns to BAM with boro-themed song cycle

Music: Stew and The Negro Problem are back! Comment
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The greatest (8-year-old) guitarist ever!

Music: This video is stunning — a must watch! Comments (2)

Morning, Wood! Brick’s take on ‘Plan 9’ is late-night fun

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: If you need a fix of camp and kitsch this Halloween season, look no further than the Brick’s production of “Plan 9 from Outer Space.” Comment

Dig this! Django fest at Jalopy this weekend

Music: This month, Jalopy gets into the swing of things. Comment

Call this avant-cowboy show ‘Naked Brokeback Lunch’

Theater: The Brick Theater is up to its old tricks with “Git Along Li’l Doggies.” Comment

This lamb burger is ‘Strong’

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: The best hamburger in the borough right now might just be the one without any burger in it. Comment

‘Punk’ rocks — and other good buys

Shopping: A “punk” annual tradition returns to DUMBO, while two new stores bring fashionable styles to Red Hook and Clinton Hill. Here’s what’s on our market watch this week. Comment
Dining: For your next dinner party, impress your guests with some fine French food, the likes of which you’d find cooked by a professional chef. In fact, this recipe comes courtesy of Sheepshead Bay’s newest French spot — Le Bouchon. Bon appetit! Comments (1)
Theater: Yes, everyone stages “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” — all the time — but don’t let that persuade you from checking out the version by the hip Aquila Theatre at Brooklyn Center this Sunday. Comment

French food, made by a Ukrainian, in Sheepshead Bay

Dining: Chef Roman Nikhman may be Ukrainian, but he’s bringing French food to Sheepshead Bay. Comment
The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Sure, it’s community theater, but the Heights Players stage a fun and funny version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Mikado.” Comments (1)

What’s German for Bay Ridge? Oktoberfest!

Dining: Three Ridge bars really shine during the German heritage festival. Comments (1)

Join the coolest club — literally

Dining: Here’s the scoop on one of Brooklyn’s coolest new social club. Comments (1)

Recipe: Make your own ice cream

Dining: One of the members of the ice cream social shared with us her signature dish, which is good enough to eat any time of year. Comment

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