Friday, August 6, 2010

The Weekend: 8.6-8.8

Friday, Aug. 6

It's a secret: The Underground Rebel Bingo Club is back in Brooklyn for more meyhem.

Borough-wide: Cobble Hill's Rocketship may be closed, but there are still plenty of other places in Brooklyn to get your comic book fix.

Park Slope: "House of Usher" gets a 21st century makeover, with a new score from Marco Benevento, playing Celebrate Brooklyn tonight in Prospect Park.

Williamsburg: Get an art fix at Firehouse 212, which for just one night becomes a gallery. Then, head over to the Knitting Factory, for some marching band madness.

Saturday, Aug. 7

Park Slope: During the day, soapbox derby racers will take over 17th Street. At night, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings bring soul to the Prospect Park band shell in the second-to-last Celebrate Brooklyn show.

Bushwick: Reggie Watts brings his improvised musical comedy to the Bushwick Starr.

Sunday, Aug. 8

Red Hook: Hang out on the Mary Whalen tanker before it ships out.

Fort Greene: Sink your teeth into BAM's vampire film series, which features films on Dracula to Blacula.


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