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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Have a whale of a time at this science talk

Scientist Joy Reidenberg talks about what it’s like to dissect deep-sea beasts. Comments (6)

New cook book club feeds body and mind

Books: Join a conversation where the knives are as sharp as the wits at the Brooklyn Kitchen Book Club hosted by Brooklyn-based journalist Cara Cannella. Comment

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Man up and give a good gift for Father’s Day

From the Mclaren pushers in Park Slope to the little league dads in Dyker Heights, to the hipsters papas in Williamsburg — all dad’s deserve something manly this father’s day. Comment

Friday, June 15, 2012

It’s food gossip time!

Foodie-in-Chief: Cobble Hill uses its noodle, Park Slope readies for pork, and Williamsburg’s on a roll (sushi and otherwise) in this weeks roundup of Brooklyn-centric, food-tastic gossip! Comment

Does Excelsior excel? Our bartoonist finds out

Bar Scrawl: This week, Bill Roundy checks out the Fifth Avenue watering hole. Comments (1)

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Radiolab goes from audio to visual with show at BAM

Fort Greene: Everyone’s favorite pop-nerds are bringing their show to Brooklyn. Comment

Antidepressants are over-prescribed, says Brooklyn author

Cobble Hill: Depression is often treated with pharmaceutical drugs, but author Katherine Sharpe says it doesn’t always have to be. Comments (1)

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

You’ll be singin’ in the rain at this crazy karaoke party

Event: It took years of blood, sweat, and amateur singing, but Union Hall is finally letting their karaoke crew throw a concert venue’s most dreaded and drenched event — the wet party. Comment

Log in and dine out at this web-influenced food festival

Foodie-in-Chief: Turns out there are some tasty reasons to air your amateur opinions on Yelp — namely an exclusive food festival. Comments (1)

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Trapped in IKEA: Furniture store sells young Brooklynites hopes and dreams in new play

Theater: For freshly arrived Brooklynites, Red Hook’s IKEA doesn’t just sell cheap furniture — it’s a showcase of hopes and dreams. Comment

Stand-up guy! Hannibal Buress brings his comedic storytelling to Red Hook

Event: Enter the mind of Hannibal Buress, where people kick pigeons, rap videos get sequels, and nobody asks him if Hannibal is his real name. Comment

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