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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Little wing: Remote-control plane club holding miniature stunt show

Event: VIDEO: Take a hair-raising flight over Marine Park on the nose of a model plane. Comment

I saw the Stein: Gertrude Stein play brings the weird to Williamsburg

Theater: This play is a tongue-twister and a mind-bender. Comment

Monday, June 23, 2014

Good as Gold: New exhibit of Bklyn street photos — and the art they inspired

Art: The Brooklyn Historical Society is exhibiting snaps by legendary borough street photographer Lucille Fornasieri Gold, alongside the works they inspired by Nell Irvin Painter. Comment

White noise: Ben Folds will play to crowd dressed all in white

Music: A picnic party fund-raiser at Prospect Park will be be a colorfree affair. Comment

Friday, June 20, 2014

Long-running storytelling night relocates to Brooklyn

Nightlife: The How I Learned Series is headed to Union Hall, where storytellers will regale Park Slopers with tales from the therapists’ couch. Comment

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: The Mermaid Parade, Shakespeare in Prospect Park, the Celebrate Brooklyn! fest, and more things to do and see in Brooklyn, June 20–26. Comment

Telling tales: Storytelling nights around Brooklyn

Nightlife: A sampling of the local events where the borough’s comedians, writers, and everyday people with something to say regularly spill their guts. Comment

Thursday, June 19, 2014

TromaDance Film Fest screams into Williamsburg

Cinema: The filmmakers behind the cult “Toxic Avenger” movie franchise are bringing their free film festival to Brooklyn for the first time. Comment

Knockout queens! B’Heights author pens history of women’s boxing

Books: Women have been boxing for 300 years, and what do they get? A one-way ticket to Palooka-ville! Comment

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Driving the plot: Brooklyn author pens novel about crime-solving cabbie

Books: This writer is no hack — but his main character is. Comments (1)

Grand Army blaster: Hundreds of musicians will perform on library steps

Music: Prepare your drums — and your eardrums! Comments (2)

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