Friday, July 29
Gowanus: Calling all kings of New York — the Bell House is hosting a "Newsies" sing-along tonight. There'll be trivia and a dance off, so practice those high kicks.
Fort Greene/Williamsburg: An animation festival lands at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Automotive High School this weekend — but don't expect Bugs Bunny.
Windsor Terrace: The Bard meets Brooklynese in the newest production from Brave New World Repertory Theater — "The Merry Wives of Windsor (Terrace)." Also Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday, July 30
Coney Island: Coney's got talent in the second annual Coney Island Talent Show, right on the Boardwalk.
Red Hook: Practice your "Arg, mateys!" A pirates festival comes to the Enviromedia Mobile, a traveling nature and maritime museum.
Sunday, July 31
Prospect Heights: That's no toga party — a free production of Sophocles' "Antigone" comes to Mount Prospect Park today.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Photo by Stefano Giovannini
The Whats and Whys of Programming Languages - daytime!
Backyard Chickens - all you need is a patch of dirt and some know-how
Edible Botany - brush up on your Latin and learn to tell a pumpkin from a squash
Cocktail Alchemy - infuse your way to awesome drinks
Solving Crossword Puzzles - tips and tricks from two expert solvers
How I Learned to Solve a Rubik's Cube in 2 Minutes - you'll impress everyone
Jars of Joy: Homemade Chutneys - or, what to do when you have too many tomatoes
English Grammar - never confuse 'lie' and 'lay' again
How to Kill at Karaoke - everything you need for a stellar performance
Cooking 101: Organic, Local, Sustainable - eating well, on the cheap
Longer Night Courses
Music Theory for Non-Musicians - demystifying music for the rest of us
Living Philosophy - back for an August session!
Sustainability vs. Culture - plastic, shelter + food
Playwriting: Your First Work - two weeks to your first play
Monday, July 18, 2011
Friday, July 15, 2011
Friday, July 15
Brooklyn Heights: Theater 2020, a new local company, puts on a production of "Romeo and Juliet."
Saturday, July 16
DUMBO: Go kayaking under the Manhattan Bridge as part of a waterfront festival, then check out Q-Tip as he headlines the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival.
Borough-wide: It's National Ice Cream Day — so get out there and get some crazy ice cream.
Park Slope: Bring the kids to Prospect Park for a free concert by Dan Zanes, the king of the kid's music scene.
Sunday, July 17
Carroll Gardens: Smith Street Stage puts on a production of "Macbeth" in Carroll Park. Make it a picnic.
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