Each week we'll preview what you can expect in our 24/Seven print edition, out Thursday for you southern Brooklynites and Friday for the downtown neighborhoods.
Homecoming: Jay and the Americans come home November 14, playing Our Lady of Grace in Gravesend, where some Brooklynites may remember seeing them more than 45 years ago.
Theater: You may need to sit down for this show. The Brooklyn-based theater company The Civilians present "You Better Sit Down: Tales From My Parents' Divorce," November 12-14 at Galapagos Art Space in DUMBO.
Music: Record label Slumberland celebreates 20 years of making music with a anniversary show November 14 at The Bell House in Gowanus, with some of its Brooklyn bands like the Pains of Being Pure at Heart on board for the show. In Williamsburg, Phonograph take it easy at Spike Hill, playing music off their new album "OKNO" November 12.
Comedy: SNL writer Hannibal Buress will bring the laughs to Knitting Factory each week, as he kicks off a weekly Sunday residency November 15.
Columns: Michele gets some cool kicks at Central Sports on Kings Highway for Pumps & Pleats, while the Kitchen Klutz breaks out the panini maker for her original Ham-key panini.
Photography: Documentary photographer Damian Wampler follows Darfur refugee and Brooklyn cabbie Omer Omar in a compelling new photo series included in a School of Visual Arts exhibition called “Surface Tension,” on view now through November 14.
For these stories and more, pick up a copy in your nabe or check back here later this week!