Tuesday, June 30, 2009

This week in 24/Seven

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.

Highlights include:

Art: More than 800 pieces of artwork will be on display in Red Hook when the Brooklyn Waterfront Coalition presents "Art in Changing Perspectives" starting July 11.

Film: See Brooklyn Heights-based author Tim McLoughlin's novel, "Heart of the Old Country," on the big screen, as the Brooklyn-based story is the basis for the independent film, "The Narrows," in theaters now.

Music: Is America part of the world? In certain music scenes, that question begs to be asked, and Nation Beat founder Scott Ketner does so through his outdoor music festival July 11 at the BKLYN Yard in Gowanus, featuring local bands that defy genre conventions.

Performance: The music of Elvis Costello comes to life with the The Badass Record Collection at the Brick Theater, starting July 9 at the Williamsburg venue.

Columns: Pumps & Pleats hearts Swank in Sheepshead Bay, The Kitchen Klutz tries out Honey BBQ Hamburgers, just in time for the Fourth of July, and Mangiare Bene shares a favorite Sunday treat, stuffed "Pan PurBri"

For these stories and more, pick up a copy in your nabe or check back here later this week!


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