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  • Altered states and role playing games: Your guide to Pisces season in Brooklyn

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  • Downtown Brooklyn’s historic Paramount theater gets a makeover and a opening date

    The Paramount in the 1950s Downtown Brooklyn’s long-awaited Brooklyn Paramount concert venue announced on Thursday that it will officially open on March 27, with a performance by two of Bob Marley’s sons, Damian and Stephen. Other artists slated to play in the venue’s first few months include Guster, Mariah the Scientist, Belle and Sebastian, The Decemberists, Sum 41 and Brooklyn’s…

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  • Inside Second City’s first-ever New York outpost

    Like what you’re hearing? Subscribe to us at iTunes, check us out on Spotify and hear us on Google, Amazon, Stitcher and TuneIn. This is our RSS feed. Tell a friend! It’s a good time in New York — even just Brooklyn — to take in some live comedy. Union Hall, The Bell House and Littlefield are just three clubs clustered in the center of the borough that have…

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  • Quick Bites: Oden omakase, Roman pizza, jerk chicken tacos, oh my!

    Welcome to our fifth installment of Quick Bites, a semi-regular roundup of all the local food news that’s fit to eat. Dashi Okume hosts an outrageously good ‘Oden Omakase’ on weekends through March One of two bowls of oden served during the omakase (Photo by Scott Lynch) Every day is a umami party at Dashi Okume, the shop within Greenpoint’s…

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  • ‘Beauty in these differences’: Christine Alcalay weaves heritage into modernity

    The Lunar New Year is a holiday of renewal and growth. But for Vietnamese designer and founder Christine Alcalay, embracing her heritage didn’t always come second nature. Alcalay moved to Brooklyn with her mother at 2, and as she got older, she often felt disconnected from her family’s cultural traditions. As Alcalay matured, though, she found herself naturally leaning on…

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  • A climbing community grows in Brooklyn

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  • Beloved Greenpoint dive bar Irene’s Place has closed after 44 years

    Irene’s Place has apparently served its last $1 Jell-O shot. The Greenpoint dive bar, beloved by locals for its cheap beers (in particular its Polish beers), posted a sign on its window that it had closed after an “incredible” four-and-a-half decade run. The bar had already shut down by 10:30 p.m. Thursday night  when the sign was first spotted by…

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  • André 3000 and Lunar New Year: 16 things to do in Brooklyn this weekend

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  • ‘More united than they think’: Ayat hosts a joyful Shabbat dinner

    The lines were as long as spirits were high at Ayat in Ditmas Park last Friday for a Shabbat dinner at the Palestinian eatery. You read that correctly: Shabbat at a Palestinian restaurant. Restaurateur Abdul Elenani and his wife, Ayat Masoud, for whom the restaurant is named, welcomed the local Jewish community for a meal to thank them for their…

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  • The Brooklyn Magazine Restaurant Week barbeque report card

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