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It’s not often that East Coasters have an opportunity to see the very funny comedians Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher perform live, so if you’re free on Friday you should  Read more

Saturday is the end of Purim, the joyous Jewish holiday involving costumes, lots of drinking, and hamentaschen. If you missed out on this year’s celebration and want to get in  Read more

On Sunday, find yourself some elastic-waisted pants and get ready to eat your heart out– there are food-centric events happening all over Brooklyn and if you pace yourself, you might  Read more

The East Village location of vegan restaurant VSPOT is out to find the best plant-based burger in the city, and you can reap the benefits and influence the rankings by  Read more

So many new things are opening in Red Hook. Red Hook Lobster Pound (not new) will unveil a remodeled space next month. The much-anticipated Hometown Tavern, which will feature the  Read more

Brooklyn Museum is staging a night of shorts by local filmmakers to close out Women’s History Month by examining the emotional tentacles and thorny bits that get caught up in  Read more

Brennan & Carr has been serving the working people of Brooklyn since 1938, and yes, it’s definitely worth a jaunt to Sheepshead Bay to try their iconic roast beef sandwich.  Read more

On Sunday, May 5, Brooklyn Based is bringing together all the worlds of wellness for one day at The Green Building. Our newest event, Holistic Picnic, is a feel-good fair  Read more

The words “vegan” and “brunch” don’t necessarily feel right together. This is a meal for hangover-healing, restriction-lifting, omelet-eating, and laughing with an old friend over a wall of beverages, right?  Read more

From now through March 24, Cinch Wallet is pairing with local restaurants to give back to the community through their “Dine and Donate” campaign. When you dine out at participating  Read more

  View this post on Instagram   Did you see this? Spontaneous #Robyn afterparty following her show at MSG last night, on the E Train platform! #OnlyinNYC thanks to the  Read more

Every time I go to DeKalb Market Hall, I spend about half an hour wandering around the stalls trying to decide what to eat even though I ALWAYS end up  Read more

The weather is looking sunny and relatively balmy for Saturday, which means it will be perfect conditions for Pastrytown, an outdoor day drinking and wrestling festival brought to you by  Read more

It’s St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday, but if green beer isn’t your thing, you might want to check out Small Talk, an interview-based show hosted by the incredibly prolific comedian/writer/performer  Read more

Every year we produce the ultimate guide to getting married in Brooklyn, live at Wedding Crashers. It’s the only wedding fair in NYC that takes place in two venues, The  Read more

If you haven’t heard of The Backroom Shakespeare Project yet, here’s the gist: a group of professional actors performs an entire Shakespeare play after only one rehearsal, with no director,  Read more

As we forge ahead with what feels like the 100th month of winter, pretty much all I want to do is consume copious amounts of soup. Turns out that Brooklyn  Read more

If the phrase “sweet birthday baby” means nothing to you, I’m going to need you to stop what you’re doing and binge “Russian Doll” immediately. The hype is totally justified  Read more

OK, I think I’ve found the most wholesome way to wind down your week. Three words — “Golden Girls” bingo. On Thursday, go for the gold at DSK Brooklyn while  Read more

 A Murphy bed is usually the butt of the joke. In silent films, these beds were portrayed as having a mind of their own, deciding when to fold up,  Read more

On a recent very cold morning in Williamsburg, Andrew Tarlow sat at the back table in his restaurant Marlow & Sons next to his culinary director Caroline Fidanza. It’s clear  Read more

Much like Fashion Week and Fleet Week, we are entering another themed week in the NYC event ecosystem: art fair season. While commonly referred to as Armory Week, over the  Read more

I’m not typically a reality show person, but I gotta admit that I caught the Queer Eye reboot bug last year, so I’m looking forward to watching the new season  Read more

Is there a better way to spend the last Saturday before daylight savings springs forward in than indulging in unlimited tastings of the holy trinity of delicious things at the  Read more

Dunno about you guys, but I’m still reeling from the death of Luke Perry, who was the object of my first real crush on a brooding-rebel-with-sideburns type, so I was  Read more

Make your Monday a little more exciting by booking tickets to Wild Honey Pie’s dinner and live concert with Lily and Madeleine, two sisters from Indiana whose folk-pop duo was  Read more

Wednesday, the most neutral and nondescript day of the week, is really low-key down for whatever. Take that open energy over to House of Yes for its filthy and flexy  Read more

While the horrors of adulthood, with its myriad of anxiety-inducing responsibilities, and exotic aches can be daunting, it’s good to take stock of your personal journey and realize you’ve hurtled  Read more

Let’s get real — I’ve never met a happy hour I didn’t like. But the Brooklyn Museum really elevates the theme with its Art History Happy Hour series. This week,  Read more

Musicians and friends of musicians always get the best bands to play their weddings. But if you don’t have those kind of connections, Lucy Music is the best way to  Read more

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