The Unfancy Food Show

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The much anticipated annual Unfancy Food Show was held this past Sunday at East River Bar, celebrating all things local, organic, sustainable, artisanal and Brooklyn.

The Morning Photo + Links

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Photo: Jazmin Francis Yoko Devereaux closing, liquidation sale. [Mens Style] Rare “tacos de suadero” at Mesa Coyoacan [NY Daily News] East Williamsburg’s own “Trailer Park.” [new york sh*tty] Polish American Congress registering voters in Greenpoint. [Polish News]

At Pete’s Candy: A STOOP-ID TALE w/Kimber VanRy

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Tonight at 7:30pm, Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St) presents Kimber VanRy as part of their bi-monthly lecture series they call Open City Dialogue. Few things better evoke the poetic pleasures of a Brooklyn summer than drinking a beer on the stoop on a hot evening.  Just one little thing, though: it’s ILLEGAL!  So Kimber more…

The Morning Photo + Links

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Photo: Sean Ganann Jay Mundy attacks Williamsburg again. [Brooklyn Vegan] Man killed at E. Williamsburg block party. [NY Daily News] Hit Factorie dresses up WORD bookstore window for July. [G Train Salon] Studio B closing (?) for good. [Brooklyn 11211 via Brooklyn Vegan]

The Morning Photo + Links

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Photo: Atisse Marie British airplane mag tags Bushwick as tourist destination. [Gothamist] Keep McCarren Pool “McCarren Pool.” [Greenpointers] Man pulls “Mike Tyson” on another in Greenpoint. [NY Post] 5,000 new apartments expected in W’Burg this year. [Brownstoner]

The Morning Photo + Links

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Photo: jet200nyc Full report on Broadway Triangle. [Brookyln Paper] The ‘Greenpoint’ Banh Mi with Polish Kielbasa from Silent H. [Brooklyn Paper] Brooklyn Bowl reportedly opening this week. [Time Out NY] Bushwick Inlet Park overhaul begun. [Curbed]

“Walk to the Opera” Summer Series

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OperaOggiNY Menotti’s “The Medium” Performances June 22 – 28 With smaller seasons at City Opera and the Met, people are finding that a surprising magic exists in small micro budget performances led by OperaOggiNY‘s artistic director Thomas Toscano and music director Bill Lewis. In the spirit of bringing affordable opera to the people, they have created a more…