Sex, stoops and Sixpoint — our weekend market roundup

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A sexy new pop-up shop, a big stoop sale and a very cool new item are on our market watch this week.

Shag Pop-Up Store

There’s more Shag to be had, as the Williamsburg sex shop opens a pop-up store at Galapagos Art Space during one of the venue’s livelier events — the Saturday night Floating Kabarette — starting on June 18. Between burlesque acts, peruse toys for him and her, bachelorette party gifts and provocative art.

Shag Pop-Up at Galapagos Art Space [16 Main St. at Water Street in DUMBO, (718) 222-8500], Saturdays starting June 18 at 10:30 pm. Free with $25 admission to Floating Kabarette. For info, visit

Epic DUMBO Stoop Sale

On June 18, the Epic DUMBO Stoop Sale returns to the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge. How does it work? The stoop-less can reserve space under the bridge to sell their ways, making for blocks worth of sales in one convenient location. DJs from the nearby Halcyon will be spinning all day, and at 2 pm, bust a move during the dance party with DJ Kai.

Epic DUMBO Stoop Sale at The Archway [Water Street between Adams Street and Anchorage Place in DUMBO, (718) 237-8700], June 18 from 11 am to 4 pm. For info, visit www.dumbonycorg.

Sixpoint holster

Sixpoint has just released its popular brews in convenient nanokegs. But don’t let those puppies go naked this summer. To help keep the craft beer cool, the Red Hook brewery has developed a handsome leather holster – perfect for a day at the beach, your backyard patio or tailgate. You can get your hands on your own on June 18 at a tasting at Park Slope’s Brooklyn Larder.

Sixpoint at Brooklyn Larder [228 Flatbush Ave. between Sixth Avenue and Bergen Street in Park Slope, (718) 783-1250], June 18 at 2 pm. For info, visit

Updated 5:24 pm, July 9, 2018
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