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P’Slope writer rails against social media in new book

DUMBO: A Park Slope author has written a new book outlining what he sees as the potential perils of our collective addiction to social media. Comment

Slope writer rails against social media in new book

Books: A Park Slope author has written a new book outlining what he sees as the potential perils of our collective addiction to social media — and he’s promoting it on Twitter. Comment
Editor’s Picks: Blind-taste macro-brewed beers, rock out to Sebadoh, hear a reading from Jonathan Lethem, and more things to do and see in Brooklyn, March 13–19. Comment
Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator visits a cocktail bar in a former bodega on Hoyt Street, and finds some untoward activity happening in the bathroom. Comments (3)
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Blow the house down: Harmonica virtuoso to play Bay Ridge

Music: This guy really harps on. Comment
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Blow the house down: Harmonica virtuoso to play Bay Ridge

Music: This guy really harps on. Comments (1)

Ridge go bragh — it’s St. Paddy’s Day!

Bay Ridge Nights: Oh Danny boy, the pubs, the pubs are calling! Comment

Five shades of green: Your guide to Saint Patrick’s Day in Brooklyn

Nightlife: It’s the time of the year for green beer — Saint Patrick’s Day is on Tuesday — and you may be overwhelmed by the number of bars offering it alongside Guinness, corned beef, and cabbage. To ease your sense of vertigo, we have drafted a handy list of standout pubs and what they have planned for the occasion. Comment
Event: Most people associate Saint Patrick’s Day with getting wasted. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Comments (1)

Primp brisket: Cooks battle to be crowned New York’s Brisket king

Fort Greene: Smoke ’em if you got ’em. Comment

Primp brisket: Cooks battle to be crowned New York’s brisket king

Dining: Smoke ’em if you got ’em. Comment
Event: Most people associate Saint Patrick’s Day with getting wasted. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Comment

I want you back! Singer revives Motown shows from classic Brooklyn theaters

Bedford-Stuyvesant: You don’t need to hear it through the grapevine — you can hear it in Brooklyn! Comment

I want you back! Singer revives Motown shows from classic Brooklyn theaters

Music: You don’t need to hear it through the grapevine — you can hear it in Brooklyn! Comment

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