Brooklyn Courier

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012

Greenpoint

Breaking up is hard to do — but it can be funny, too

Daniel Handler and Maira Kalman pen a book about heartbreak Comment.
BoroBeat

‘We do!’ Brooklyn pulls off its first same-sex wedding expo!

You knew we would be the first! Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012

Brooklyn Courier

The keeper of the knish

The knishes are delicious at Adelman’s deli thanks to owner Mohamed Salem, who keeps the kosher favorite alive. Comments (4).

Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012

Clinton Hill

The Book of Hov: Clinton Hill pastor gets inspiration from Jay-Z

On Sunday night, Pastor Jamison Galt delivered his inaugural sermon at Christ Church — using the rhymes of hip hop’s self-described savior. Comment.
Downtown

March down the aisle in $tyle at gay expo

Borough Hall is sponsoring the very first wedding expo that targets gay couples looking to tie the knot — and showcasing a collection of businesses looking to cash in on the burgeoning market. Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012

Boerum Hill

Slammer time! City will reopen House of D next month

Boerum Hill residents fear their lawns and planters will once again become stash spots for drugs, knives and other jail contraband when the Brooklyn House of Detention reopens next month. Comment.
BoroBeat

Three Kings Day steps off with Williamsburg parade

Camels, floats and costumed “kings” brought the magic of the Magi to the festive hordes on Sunday. Comment.
Cobble Hill

Children are truly unbearable in Ben Marcus’ new novel

Author Ben Marcus releases his dystopian novel — a story that will make all parents shudder — at Book Court on Jan. 19. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 9, 2012

Boerum Hill

Sweet Brooklyn Peaches! Duo revives art of synchronized swimming

Two aquatic performers are adding a splash of “Esther Williams” to pool parties around town. Comments (1).
Prospect Heights

‘Bridge the gap’ at this new video installation

Brooklyn Museum’s newest exhibit, “Question Bridge,” which opens on Jan. 13, invites black men from all over the country to define their racial identity in their own words. Comment.

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