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Events Sound Syndrome: Soho Heartbreaker
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There are a whole bunch of fun events coming up in the neighborhood this weekend — from a reading celebrating female writers, to a theater and dance performance that glows in the dark, to a ton of local Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend events, to a sexy cocktail hour. That, and so much more, so get
Events Marathon Banner on 4th Avenue
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Up to 12,000 people volunteer their time to make the TCS New York City Marathon one of the best races in the world — and you can help! If you’re looking to do more than stand along 4th Avenue and cheer on the runners as they pass through our neighborhood this year on Sunday, November 2, consider signing
Events Brad Lander, Park Slope Armory, Hurricane Sandy, via Masbia
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When Hurricane Sandy hit, we saw neighbors leap into action to help people in need around the city. We’re hopeful we never see an emergency like that again, but it never hurts to be prepared, and there’s a great training opportunity coming up next week to help with that. The free Organizing Neighborhoods for Emergency Response
Events Prospect Park, fall leaves on trees
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Summer is on its way out, but there are still a tong of great things to do throughout Prospect Park — whether you’d like to learn about birds on a walk, take an after-hours tour that culminates with cocoa, or give back to our great, big backyard on one of its volunteer days, there’s something
Events dog beer by Nina Matthews Photography on Flickr
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There’s plenty to enjoy around the neighborhood this week, from Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend events, to a philosophical talk on street art, to a chance to drink with some dogs while helping a rescue organization in the process. Details on those events and more below. Slam, Bam, Thank You Ma’am. When: Monday, September 15, 7pm
Events Brooklyn Book Festival via FB
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The Brooklyn Book Festival, the annual, free, massive literary event that is a must for readers of all ages, is coming up on Sunday, September 21, and will feature a ton of events. But if you just can’t wait, you certainly don’t have to — starting this Monday, numerous Bookend events are scheduled for around
Events St Luke's Chamber Ensemble via FB
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There are a whole bunch of fun, free events coming up in the neighborhood this weekend for both grown-ups and kids! We’ve got details on a chance to row on the lake in the park, a book launch, an art opening, a dance party, a chamber ensemble performance, and so much more, so get out
Events via the kondablolu brothers
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Whether you’re looking to laugh, or show off your deep knowledge of the 1990s, or watch some reality TV while eating nachos with one of the contestants, there’s plenty to enjoy around the neighborhood this week. Details on those events and more below. Night Train With Guest Hosts The Kondabolu Brothers When: Monday, September 8, 8pm
Events Hammerstep via FB
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If you’re looking for something fun to do in the neighborhood this weekend, you’ve got some great options! From a celebration of Dolly Parton to a dance performance outside of the library, there are some fun events coming up. Details on those and more below: Dollypalooza: An Epic Fan Tribute To Dolly Parton When: Friday, September
Art & Music Geisha Kikuna via J-Collabo on FB
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This Sunday, September 7, you’ll have a chance to see a famed Japanese Geisha perform right here in the neighborhood. Geisha Kikuno is coming to Brooklyn to demonstrate the ancient artform at J-LABO (300 7th Street), collaborating with multimedia director Kenji Williams, as part of a Fall Festival at the space. Look for ”Kidoairaku” performances
Events police cars in prospect park
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On Sunday, September 14, Patrol Borough Brooklyn South will be hosting its annual Unity Showcase Festival, featuring food, games, and entertainment for kids and adults. Join officers from 11am-5pm at Bartel-Pritchard Square (at 15th Street and Prospect Park West) for safety tips, family activities, and educational info about the diverse precincts in PBBS. For more
Art & Music (crop) Open Sesame - The Story Of Seeds, Sean, via website
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On the second Tuesday of every month, the meeting room above the Park Slope Food Coop fills with neighbors interested in the industry, politics, and culture of food. They gather to watch a thought-provoking film, take part in a Q&A, and enjoy some delicious refreshments — all for free, and for members and nonmembers alike. It’s called Plow to
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