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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings
Event: Head to Floyd Bennett Field starting June 2 for a giant powwow Comment
Event: From Senator Street to Barkaloo Cemetery, see all the neighborhood has to offer. Comment
Cinema: “Vertigo” may be considered Alfred Hitchcock’s finest work, but it didn’t always get the respect it now commands. Comments (1)

Take the ‘Gateway’ to Native American culture this weekend

When you can find hula-clad performers, intricate feathered headdresses and a daring dance with fire in Brooklyn, that can only mean one thing — Floyd Bennett Field’s annual celebration of Native American culture is back. Comment

Who’s your crawdaddy?

If you’ve never had the singular pleasure of diving face first into a bucket of boiled crawfish, head to Sycamore Bar & Flower Shop in Ditmas Park on June 4 when the tavern hosts its second annual boil. Comment

Patriotism on parade

For a traditional Memorial Day, hit one of the four parades around our town. Comment
Dining: Don’t waste away inside! Take advantage of the warm weather and head to these spots. Comment

Who’s your crawdaddy?

Dining: Sycamore hosts its annual crawfish boil on June 4. Get your tickets now! Comment

Great history tour in Bay Ridge on Saturday

This historical tour is much more than a walk in the park. Comment
Books: The Park Slope novelist has fun with her character’s abject sadness. Comment

Walk of art! Springtime means festivals all over the borough

Art: This spring, art is synonymous with the first weekend in June. Comment

Food gossip — including a stunning bit of menu plagiarism

Foodie-in-Chief: It’s another feast with our Foodie in Chief, Sarah Zorn. Comments (1)

It’s outdoor drinking season — here’s our guide

With tank top and flip flop season upon us that can only mean one thing — it’s time to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible. Comment
Art: If you already thought the city was an urban jungle, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Comment

All’s fair at Smorgasburg as new food fest opens with great stuff, high prices

Shopping: It was a feast for the eyes and ears — but not the wallet. Comments (3)

RELOCATED! Brooklyn Bridge Park’s dance party tomorrow is moved to Tobacco Warehouse

Celebrate Brooklyn’s Brooklyn Bridge Park dance party is not only hot, but now it’s wet, too. Comment
Dining: Williamsburg residents have yet another terrific excuse to stay out late drinking on the weekends. Comments (4)
Event: Step 1: Don’t leave town. Step 2: Attend some of these events. Comments (1)
Event: Pedaling paramours will demonstrate their devotion to two-wheeled transportation at Bicycle Fetish Day in Williamsburg this Saturday. Comment
Nightlife: Because drinking indoors is so two months ago. Comments (1)

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