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Going to the Fort Greene Fest? Mos Def!

Music: In just a few short years, Fort Greene has become home to one of the biggest music events around. Comments (19)

Our Celebrate Brooklyn pick of the week: Ledisi!

Music: New Orleans soul from one of the best. Comments (1)

This week’s weekend reads — handpicked by your favorite bookstore

Books: See what the ladies behind WORD, Greenlight and BookMark Shoppe are recommending. Comments (1)

Have your cake — and eat it, too — at new Momofuku bakery

Dining: This bakery does a body good. Comment

Sing us a song, </i>you’re</i> the piano man

Get ready to hear the beginning to “Für Elise” on repeat. Comment

Now even Kosher eaters can get in on the ‘snout-to-tail’ movement

The snout-to-tail movement has gone kosher. Comment

Sex, stoops and Sixpoint — our weekend market roundup

A sexy new pop-up shop, a big stoop sale and a very cool new item are on our market watch this week. Comment

This week’s weekend reads — handpicked by your favorite bookstore

The BookMark Shoppe’s pick: “The Devlin Diary” Comment

Hakuna matata! The Bell House hosts a ‘Lion King’ sing-along

Can you feel the love tonight? Comment
Dining: The secret ingredient? Mike’s Hot Honey. Comment

Behold — a zombie Western

Behold — a zombie Western

Theater: Think of it as “Night of the Living Deadwood.” Comment
Cinema: Check out Sophia Takal’s movie at BAM next week. Comments (1)
Music: the first “Celebrate Brooklyn” benefit concert of the summer was worth the price of admission (and more). Comments (1)

Williamsburg still has artists, too, you know!

Art: An open studios weekend will prove that North Brooklyn is still the art epicenter. Comments (2)
Dining: Talk about chutzpah: a Bulgarian guy thinks he can teach Brooklynites about the bagel — and not even a New York bagel, but a Montreal bagel. Comments (6)

Celebrate Brooklyn pick of the week: A musical tribute to the Freedom Riders!

Hal Willner is almost singularly known for putting together concerts featuring an eclectic mix of artists and musical styles. Comment

Man caves! This Father’s Day, let him indulge his Y chromosome

Dining: Far be it from us to indulge in gender stereotypes. We know a lot of manly men who can appreciate a good pear and goat cheese salad or an elderflower-based cocktail. Our editor — a man last time we checked — even boasts of a drink named after him comprised of ginger vodka, grapefruit juice, grenadine and cherries. Comment

The makings of a man

The makings of a man

From handmade suits to finely rolled cigars, this is your guide. Comment
Music: Free pianos hit the streets again starting this Saturday. Comment

Now even Kosher eaters can get in on the ‘snout-to-tail’ movement

Dining: Center for Kosher Culinary Arts to host a steak class on June 23. Meat cleavers included. Comment

Sex, stoops and Sixpoint — our weekend market roundup

Shopping: Here’s what’s on our market watch this week. Comment

Hakuna matata! The Bell House hosts a ‘Lion King’ sing-along

Cinema: There’ll be no worries, at least for one night. Comment
Dining: Brooklyn Heights coffee sippers and laptop lovers rejoice! Vineapple — a cozy community café — opened this week on Pineapple Street, bringing a jolt of caffeine to the otherwise sleepy area. Comments (2)

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