Friday, September 17, 2010

The Weekend: 9.17-9.19

Friday, Sept. 17

Cobble Hill: Check out Michael Worthington's penny paintings, and maybe some of his good luck will rub off on you.

Brooklyn Heights: Take in the Heights Players's latest, a production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."

Park Slope/Gowanus: Laugh with Eugene Mirman during his annual comedy festival, at the Bell House, Union Hall and Rock Shop.

Williamsburg: Find out what happened to Hansel and Gretel "happily ever after" at 17 Frost Street.

Saturday, Sept. 18

Park Slope: Or, for more comic fare, head to the Gallery Players for "What The Butler Saw."

Bushwick: Celebrate Oktoberfest with good brew and fine food at Roberta's.

Borough-wide: Feast on authentic Mexican cuisine at great prices through the aptly named New York Authentic Mexican Restaurant Week.

Midwood: Or, if you're in the mood for Greek specialities, head to the Three Hierarchs Church's Greek Food Festival. Also Sunday.

Borough-wide: Yom Kippur's over, and you're hungry. Check out our guide to eating right post-fast.

Sunday, Sept. 19

Williamsburg: Indie gods Pavement play the Williamsburg Waterfront.


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