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Kid Friendly Weekend Roundup

In addition to this weekend’s Montague BID Sunday Social, several additional family-friendly events are happening in and around Brooklyn Heights. So get out there while the gettin’ is good! Thursday, September 16th – Sunday, September 19th Brooklyn Americana Music Festival: When bands have names like The Wild Goats, Bobtown, and The Dang-It Bobbys you KNOW you’re in for […]

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Get Social IRL at the Montague BID’s Sunday Social This Weekend

After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, The Montague BID’s 5th Annual Sunday Social is this Sunday, September 19th from 12:00 – 5:00 pm on Montague Street between Clinton Street and the Promenade. This free outdoor, family-friendly event will feature an Entertainment Zone full of music and dance, more than 25 free activities in […]

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Harpsichordist Lucille Gruber Serenades At Zion Lutheran Church November 4

Harpsichordist Lucille Gruber, who was deemed by The New York Times as “a musician who commands both her instrument and its repertoire” will perform works of J.S. Bach and D. Scarlatti at Zion German Evangelical Lutheran Church at 125 Henry Street (off of Clark) on Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 […]

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String Orchestra at Fort Greene Park

This Saturday, the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, which normally holds concerts at St. Ann’s Church, will be branching out to Fort Greene Park—so mosey on over for a free concert starting at 6 p.m., featuring Beethoven’s Symphony #6, aka the “Pastoral Symphony.” Also, information on upcoming concerts is here.

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Couple More Video Snaps of John Legend and the Roots in Brooklyn Heights

Here’s ?uestlove with  Melanie Fiona. And hanging out between takes with John Legend. “Wake Up Everybody” was originally released by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes with Teddy Pendergrass in 1975.

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Mailer’s Son Looks at New Orleans Through the Eyes of Strippers

John Buffalo Mailer, the son of the late Brooklyn Heights based author Norman Mailer has published a new ebook which looks at the recovery of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina through the eyes of strippers.  Music, Food, and Death – The State Of New Orleans Through The Eyes Of The Strippers is available via Smashwords […]

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Music Events This Week

If you are looking to expand your music knowledge or check out what’s new on the scene, there are two events this week at Galapagos and Halcyon.  The Galapagos space in Williamsburg has moved to DUMBO. This weekend they are hosting a music project.  Details after the jump.

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