Arts and Entertainment

Lines for Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop go 'round the block

Paulie Giannone, owner of beloved Greenpoint pizzeria Paulie Gee’s, has opened a new slice shop — and the lines are long. Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop opened last week steps away from the flagship, and already the counter-service eatery is flooded with queues that go around the corner. … Full Article

brooklynONE brings ‘Godspell’ back to Dyker Heights

If you enjoyed the brooklynONE Productions presentation of the musical “Godspell” in a Dyker Heights church earlier this summer and were hoping for a repeat performance, your prayers have been answered. … Full Article

Williamsburg chef to open new pasta eatery at Domino Sugar Refinery

Fettuccini fans, rejoice. Missy Robbins, the woman behind the beloved Williamsburg eatery Lilia, is opening a new restaurant at the Domino Sugar Refinery this weekend: Misi. … Full Article

New food hall in Williamsburg attracts well-known eateries

A new food hall in Williamsburg – the North Third Street Market, located at 103 North Third St. between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street – is filling up with some well-known eateries. … Full Article

Come walk across the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise

Tourists do it. Why not give it a try? Travel websites tell everybody that walking across the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise is an awesome experience. Guess what? They're right. … Full Article

Pig Island pork festival returns to Red Hook

The Pig Island pork festival is coming back to Red Hook for its 9th year running next weekend. … Full Article

Hank’s Saloon lives on at Austin-inspired food park Downtown

When Hank’s Saloon, a long-beloved dive bar and music venue in Boerum Hill, announced its closing last year, the owner took to Facebook to put out a call to “Keep Hank’s Alive.” Now, those who have been regulars at Hank’s for the past 13 years will be pleased to know that Hank’s is indeed b … Full Article

Gentle humor was the lifeblood of playwright Neil Simon

When master playwright Neil Simon accepted the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in 2006, he was visibly nervous. But his gentle humor was evident. … Full Article

VIDEO: Artists reinterpret flags at Old Stone House art exhibition

“For Which it Stands,” a contemporary art exhibition that provides a look at the relevance of flags in the current political climate, opened Thursday night at the Old Stone House. … Full Article

2 Chainz joins lineup at free Gowanus music festival barbecue

In a dynamic farewell to summer, 2 Chainz will join the lineup for the second annual Genius IQ/BBQ concert series. … Full Article


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