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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Goodnight, Pete: Folk Fest hosts sing-along tribute to Pete Seeger

Music: We shall be moved. Comments (1)

Burn before reading: Bay Ridge fire investigator pens hot new novel

Books: Author Shelley Reuben both solves and writes mysteries. Comment

Folk talking: A glossary of Americana words and expressions

Music: Blend in at the Brooklyn Folk Festival with this guide to old-timey lingo. Comment

Monday, April 14, 2014

A chilling read: Quirky P’Heights ice cream parlor releases cookbook

Books: Get the inside scoop on Ample Hills Creamery’s madcap flavors. Comments (5)

NYC etiquette master talks being on your best Brooklyn behavior

Books: Manners-minded artist Nathan Pyle on borough driving habits and nagivating the Brooklyn Bridge. Comments (11)

Friday, April 11, 2014

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: A magic show for adults, “Songwriter Deathmatch,” a silent reading club, the Golden Gloves, and more awesome things to do in Brooklyn April 11–16. Comments (2)

Bartoonist gets his whiskey straight

Bar Scrawl: Midnight Mile in Greenpoint has no vodka. No gin. No Scotch. Just American whiskey. Comments (12)

‘Biased’ in Brooklyn: Comedian W. Kamau Bell hits the Bell House

Nightlife: The political funny man talks life after “Totally Biased.” Comment

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Intox-egg-ated: Grand Street hosts boozy Easter egg hunt for adults

Nightlife: Why should kids have all the fun? Comments (39)

Tuvan and groovin’: Trio puts modern spin on traditional throat singing

Music: Alash Ensemble is more than just a pretty voice. Comment

Eggcellent: Easter egg hunts and activities around Brooklyn

Parenting: Get hopping to these sweet Easter events. Comment

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Caravan of carnage: W’burg play offers bloody, trippy take on the Donner Party

Theater: See the story of the ill-fated American pioneers live — and dead — on stage. Comments (3)

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Red-letter play: UK theater company brings US history lesson to Dumbo stage

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: What can a bunch of Brits teach a Brooklyn audience about American history? You might be surprised. Comment

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