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EVENT LISTINGS - Week of 4/25/08

Exhibits

Black and White Art Gallery, 483 Driggs Ave., 599-8775, thru sun. 5/25, hours: fri thru mon. 12-6 and by appt., Law of the Land, works by Kim Holleman.

Brooklyn Historical Society,128 Pierrepont St., 222-4111, hours: wed., thurs., sat., 10am-5pm, sat. 4/26, Walking Tour, Walt Whitman’s Brooklyn Heights • thru 8/28, Reflections on Community Development: Stories from Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation • thru sat. 4/26, Lost in Transition: South Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Coney Island, exhibition curated by Rebecca Krucoff and the Urban Memory Project.

Front Room Gallery, 147 Roebling St., 782-2556, thru sun. 5/4, hours: fri. thru sun. 1-6pm, and by appt., The Searchers, works by Sasha Bezzubov and Jessica Sucher.

Nurture Art Gallery, 475 Keap St., 782-7755, hours: thurs. thru mon. 12-6pm, and by appt., thru mon. 5/3, Serial Meditations, the language of drawing and sculpture to investigate the meditative properties of repetition and seriality.

After Dark

Black Betty, 366 Metropolitan Ave., 599-0243, every sat. 11pm, DJ Lil’ Shalimar • every sun. 10pm, Brazilian Beat w/DJ Sean Marquand and DJ Greg Caz • every mon. 10:30pm, Rev. Vince Anderson and his Love Choir • every tues. 10pm, HotRocks • every thurs. 11pm, The Greenhouse w/ DJ MonkOne • every fri. 11pm, DJ Mihoko.

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