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Five things to do in Brooklyn, Feb. 8–14

Locks of love: The dance show “Hair and Other Stories,” opening at Bric Arts Media on Jan. 31, explores isssues of beauty and identity.
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Friday

Feb. 8

To and ’fro

Be sure to show up early for tonight’s production of “Hair and Other Stories.” Before the Urban Bush Women launch the dance and theater show about hair-based beauty standards, local artists and hairdressers will share their stories with the audience.

8 pm at Bric House [647 Fulton St. at Rockwell Place in Fort Greene, (718) 683–5600, www.bricartsmedia.org] $25 ($20 in advance).

Saturday

Feb. 9

Highbrow

Check out the Brooklyn Museum’s new exhibit on artist Frida Kahlo! This paper will have a full story next week, but you can get the advance scoop by catching today’s curator talk, which covers putting the display together and how the painter crafted her public persona.

2 pm at Brooklyn Museum [200 Eastern Pkwy. at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights, (718) 638–5000, www.brooklynmuseum.org]. $25 ($16 seniors and students).

Sunday

Feb. 10

Panel discussion

Browse the work of about 20 comic book artists and writers at the Black Comix Expo, including Bay Ridge creator Jerome Walford (pictured). The celebration of comic artists of color will also feature an art workshop for kids, a cosplay showcase for all ages, and a talk about images of black women in Afro-futurism.

11 am–5 pm BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building [30 Lafayette Ave., at St. Felix Street in Fort Greene, (718) 636–4100, www.bam.org]. Free.

Tuesday

Feb. 12

Noah counts

Get your ticket now, because at press time, the giant Kings Theatre had less than 100 seats left to see comedian Trevor Noah. The host of the “The Daily Show” will discuss his memoir “Born A Crime,” about growing up a mixed-race kid during apartheid-era South Africa, and each audience member will get a copy of the book.

8 pm at Kings Theatre (1027 Flatbush Ave. between Tilden Avenue and Duryea Place in Flatbush, www.kingstheatre.com). $40.

Thursday

Feb. 14

Date night

For Valentine’s Day, go traditional date: dinner and a movie. You can get both at the Williamsburg branch of Nitehawk Cinema, which will screen the 1925 romantic comedy “Seven Chances,” starring Buster Keaton as a young man who has just seven hours to find a bride. With a live soundtrack provided by Reel Orchestrette.

7 pm at Nitehawk Cinema [136 Metropolitan Ave. between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street in Williamsburg, (718) 384–3980, www.nitehawkcinema.com]. $18.

Posted 12:00 am, February 8, 2019
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