June 12, 2015 / GO Brooklyn / Where to GO / Five Things to Do in Brooklyn This Week

Five things to do in Brooklyn, June 12–18

Smallest penis in Brooklyn pageant winner Nick Gilronan (a.k.a. The Delivery Man) celebrates his victory with judge Cherry Pitz.
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June 12

Que Cera, Cera

Come to rock or just to gawk. Michael Cera, the adorkable lead in “Scott Pilgrim” and “Superbad” plays twee indie rock alongside Alden Penner of The Unicorns as part of the Northside Festival.

11 pm at Knitting Factory [361 Metropolitan Ave. at Havermeyer Street in Williamsburg, (347) 529–6696,]. $15.


June 13

Teeny weenie

The wee willy competition is back! Diminuitive dudes compete today at the Smallest Penis in Brooklyn Pageant, complete with a talent, swimwear, and formal attire competition.

2:30 pm at Kings County Saloon [1 Knickerbocker Ave. at Johnson Avenue in Bushwick, (347) 987-3751,]. $10 ($5 in advance).


June 14

Little orphan DJ

The hard-knock life eases up a little at this SummerStage event aimed at kids, featuring 11-year-old DJ Fulano spinning records and a screening of 2014’s “Annie.”

7 pm at Betsy Head Park (Bristol Street between Blake and Dumont avenues in Brownsville, Free.


June 16

Unseen university

Uncover the hidden history of Brooklyn and other, lesser boroughs in “The New York City You’ve Never Seen,” a virtual tour of little-known spots from sightseeing guide Richard Exelbert.

6:30 pm at Brooklyn Brainer [190 Underhill Ave. between Sterling and St. Johns places in Prospect Heights, (347) 292–7246,]. $10.


June 17

Not just a friend

Beloved rapper, beatboxer, and “Sharknado 2” bit player Biz Markie performs with Brownsville rapper Masta Ace. I can only assume that this evening will end with everyone in the park coming together to belt out “YOOOOUUUU! You got what I NEEED!”

7 pm at Herbert Von King Park (Lafayette Avenue between Marcy and Tompkins avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Free.

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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