Friday, September 24, 2010

The Weekend: 9.24-9.26

Friday, Sept. 24

Park Slope: The New York Craft Beer Week kicks off at Rock Shop tonight with Freaktoberfest. It's not as scary as it sounds.

Coney Island: The Coney Island Film Festival is back for a whole weekend of diverse cinema. Don't miss the annual "Warriors" screening.

Prospect Heights: See T.S. Eliot's acclaimed play, "Murder in the Cathedral," in, fittingly, a church.

DUMBO: The DUMBO Arts Festival takes over the neighborhood this weekend.

Fort Greene: Laurie Anderson allures in "Delusion" at BAM, the kick-off to the space's Next Wave Festival.

Saturday, Sept. 25

Williamsburg: Willifest takes over the neighborhood, with film, art and music, with free jams all day long at Washington Plaza.

Fort Greene: Explore the Brooklyn Navy Yard by bike.

Coney Island: Clean up the beach, and take in some dance, during the Artichoke Dance Troupe's "Human Mapping Project" performance.

Sunday, Sept. 26

Boerum Hill: The city's largest street festival takes over Atlantic Avenue once again, with music, food and general antics.

Brooklyn Heights: Take a pause from the Antic and explore the borough's largest stoop sale, ever!

Your house: Jonathan Ames much-loved Brooklyn-based TV show, "Bored to Death," returns for its second season tonight. Tune in to HBO or find a friend who has it!


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