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Daily Archives: January 3, 2013
From yoga, to accordions that leave “nothing behind but sweet wreckage”, there’s plenty to do around South Slope this weekend. These are our top picks: Thursday, January 3 Check out Rachelle Garnez at Barbes Thursday, at 8pm, for what the New Yorker describes as darkly optimistic story-songs, as she accompanies herself on a variety of instruments including
The new year is here and it’s getting colder. It may feel strange to start talking baseball but, if you’re going to strap on cleats in warmer weather, it’s time to register. Sign ups for the South Brooklyn Baseball League are now open. The league offers indoor training for softball and baseball on Sundays, January 6 through March
If you’re under the impression that shuffle board is only played by geriatrics on a cruise ship, think again. The table variety is wicked fun, especially when played in a favorite local watering hole, with a beer close at hand. If this sounds like something that’s up your alley, give The Dram Shop (339 9th Street)
The brand new 5th Brooklyn Scouts will be holding its first Open House for all interested parents and children on Wednesday, January 9, from 6-8pm at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. The group is a charter of Baden-Powell Service Association, an alternative, community-oriented, and fully-inclusive scouting program, with no children or adults turned away. The association is volunteer-run with a strong focus
Cheers are in order for our local bit of Austria, Cafe Steinhof (422 7th Ave), who shared the exciting news of their 2013 Michelin Guide recommendation last night. CAFE STEINHOF is very pleased to be recommended by the prestigious international Michelin Guide. We thank our loyal regulars, and we are so very happy that people from