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Events (crop) anacortes via NYC Guitar School
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The temperatures are starting to feel a bit more enticing, so if you’re ready to head outside, there’s plenty to check out this weekend in our area. Here’s a recap of some of the events going on in the neighborhood today and tomorrow, from a puppet version of Goldilocks, to a ton of live music, to a screening
Events (crop) Brooklyn Folk Festival via FB
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The weather is only getting warmer, and this weekend looks like it should be a nice one to get out and about in the neighborhood. If you’re looking for something to do close to home this weekend, there’s a ton of music to check out, from a composer performing at The Old Stone House, to
Events Old Fashioned, by hellabella on Flickr
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The weather is going to be a bit up and down over the next few days, but don’t let that hold you back from enjoying some of the great events coming up in the neighborhood this week! From a workshop for authors of children’s fiction, to a classic cocktails course, to a TV trivia night,
Events Fireworks by Jeremy Zilar on Flickr
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The last time we sat on a Park Slope rooftop and watched the Macy’s 4th of July fireworks show over the East River was in 2008, but we can get ready for the return of the summertime tradition as Mayor de Blasio and Macy’s are expected to announce their return to our side of Manhattan
Events (crop) Vigorous Showa via J-COLLABO on FB
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As the weather begins to warm up, there seems to be more and more fun things to do around the neighborhood! Here’s a recap of some of the events to check out in the neighborhood today and tomorrow, from learning about compost with the kids, to an art opening focusing on the Showa period in 20th century Japan. Details
Events Roller Skates by Mykl Roventine on Flickr
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Ready to roll? The ice has been removed from the rinks at the LeFrak Center at Lakeside in Prospect Park, and it’s ready for roller skating! Just in time for the public school spring break, starting on Saturday, April 12 at 10am, roller demons can lace up and take a spin. The rink is open daily, and
Business A Taste Of Fifth Video Still with Du Jour
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The restaurants and bars of 5th Avenue brought their A game to A Taste of Fifth 2014 from the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on Wednesday night, and as a sold out crowd descended on The Grand Prospect Hall, it quickly became apparent that organizers knocked this year’s event out of the park. We spent the evening catching up
Events Can't and Won't by Lydia Davis, via Macmillan
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It may be a bit rainy tomorrow, but the rest of the weekend looks lovely, and we’ve got a lot going on in the neighborhood that will be worth heading out for either way. If you’re looking for something to do close to home this weekend, there’s a protest for free expression in China at
Events prospect park lake
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If you love Prospect Park and you want to help keep it clean and safe for local wildlife, join W.I.L.D. for Prospect Park on Saturday, April 19 from 11am-1pm for its first Lakeside Cleanup and Visitor Outreach of the year. Volunteers will gather by the side of the lake near the Vanderbilt Street/Prospect Park Southwest
Events A Taste Of 5th via 5th Ave BID
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It’s the first full week of April, and we’re starting to see more and more events that will lure us out of hibernation. From a lesson for women on fixing up your bike to a poetry reading and a chance to to taste so much of the great food 5th Avenue has to offer, there’s
Events via Kafkarotica
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Ready to enjoy the first weekend of April? Here’s a recap of some of the events to check out in the neighborhood today and tomorrow, from the annual Opening Day parade to a guided bird walk, from a food truck rally to a night of literary erotica. Details on those and more below! Participatory Budgeting Vote When: Saturday, April 5,
Events (crop) CMYK Art Party
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It’s really starting to feel like spring, the kind of weather that makes you want to get out and enjoy it! If you’re looking for something to do in the neighborhood this weekend, there’s a discussion with novelist Jamaica Kincaid, bingo, an art opening, and even some literary erotica. Details on those events and more:
Events Taste of Fifth 2013, V-Spot
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The official Taste of Fifth restaurant list has been released, and Mark Caserta, Executive Director of the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID, tells us that attendees have lots of delicious treats to look forward to, including samples from the recently announced Luke’s Lobster. The 2014 participants are: 200 Fifth ACME Wine and Spirits featuring Brooklyn Republic Vodka Al Di La Aperitivo Backyard
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