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Horton Foote’s ‘Dividing the Estate’ celebrates a Brooklyn premiere

Brooklyn Heights
Acclaimed playwright Horton Foote’s knowing comedy about family, money, power and greed is having its Brooklyn premiere at the Heights Players this September.  Considered a “must for discriminating theatergoers” by The New York Times, “Dividing the Estate” will delight with it … Full Article

Brooklynites Abroad: The curious case of Kilimanjaro

The last thing I expected after climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro was to spend July 4 in a hospital bed. In the Amsterdam airport. With food poisoning. My five minutes in the tarmac ambulance were novel, but they took me away from where I wanted to be – on that KLM flight bound for New York City. … Full Article

WEST INDIAN PARTY! Mayoral candidates join Brooklyn's giant parade

Crown Heights
 The city's West Indian Day Parade rolled through the streets on Monday with politics in the air and a child's death on marchers' minds. … Full Article

BAM bike park and mural being unveiled Sept. 4

Brooklyn-based artist KAWS, BAM President Karen Brooks Hopkins and Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at Con Edison Frances Resheke will unveil the new BAM Bike Park and BAMart: Outdoors installation at 31 Lafayette Avenue  … Full Article

Tickets available for 4th annual ‘TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint’

Williamsburg
Advance tickets for the 4th Annual TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint have officially gone on sale via brownpapertickets.com. … Full Article

LIVE FROM BARCLAYS CENTER IN BROOKLYN: Timberlake, 'N Sync take over Video Music Awards

Brooklyn Boro
Miley Cyrus' foam finger, Lady Gaga's thong, Taylor Swift's mean streak and the look on Rihanna's face while Drake performed will surely be remembered, but these MTV Video Music Awards belonged to Justin Timberlake. … Full Article

BAM and New York City Opera to present ‘Anna Nicole’

Fort Greene
Opening at BAM on Sept. 17, the highly anticipated U.S. … Full Article

PAL brings ‘Christmas in Summertime’ to Coney Island

Coney Island
Christmas came more than four months early to a group of Coney Island kids, thanks to the Police Athletic League (PAL) and the Brooklyn Cyclones, who co-hosted a “holiday” party at MCU Ball Park on a recent Friday afternoon. … Full Article

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