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Hats by Nadege

Originally from Normandy and raised in "Honfleur", Nadege
travelled to New York in 1990. After three years she
began working with the finest milliners.
All of her hats are handmade using traditional methods.
To see her beautiful work, check out her website!

Literary Tuesdays
March 24, 7:30 p.m.

The Perch Cafe
curated by Pam Laskin

Evie Ivy, dancer and poet, runs the Green Pavilion Poetry Readings in Brooklyn. She produces the seasonal “Dance of the World” dance and poetry series. She has published two chapbooks and a book, The First Woman Who Danced and soon, Dinner with the Muse the anthology of the Green Pavilion Poetry Event, out some time in February or March, and including some of the finest poems in the NYC area. She will be reading with Jack Tricarico, a New York City painter, poet and t’ai chi instructor, who has been published extensively. He has written seven chapbooks, and is working on his eighth. He lives in the East Village with his dog, Blanca.

Also at Perch
Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30 p.m.

The Charistmatic Megaphonic String Orchestra is an old-time string band with a modern twist. Its members are Park Slope's own Bilger family--Burkhard Bilger on guitar, Jennifer Nelson on violin and accordion, Hans Bilger (13) on stand-up bass, and Ruby Bilger (10) on vocals and percussion. Their friend and spiritual leader Michael Abrams plays ukulele and the youngest Bilger--Evangeline (5)--occasionally joins in on songs about chickens. The band plays an uproarious mixture of folk songs, novelties tunes, and rock-and-roll classics, filtered through their own sweet but slightly skewed sensibilities.

Future dates unless otherwise noted: April 8 & 22nd, May 6 & 20th, June 3 & 17th

F/R Train to 4th Avenue/9th Street (btwn 5th and 6th St.)

Killer of Sheep
Friday, April 3, 7:00 p.m.

Save the Date:
at the
powerHouse Arena in Dumbo

Find out why Brooklyn is the bloggiest place in America at
the Fourth Annual Brooklyn Blogfest on
May 7, 2009 at powerHouse Arena in DUMBO.

"Where better to take the pulse of this rapidly growing community of writers, thinkers and observers than the Brooklyn Blogfest?" ~ Sewell Chan, The New York Times

For more information or to register, visit the Brooklyn Blogfest website.

To find out about sponsorship opportunities for Brooklyn Blogfest, contact Louise Crawford
(e:, c: 718-288-4290).

The Details:

Fourth Annual Brooklyn Blogfest
May 7, 2009
Doors open at 7 p.m.
powerHouse Arena
37 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Admission: $10

Brooklyn Blogfest after-party
Galapagos Art Space
16 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
(right across the street from powerHouse Arena)
Cash Bar

wafels & dinges
good things belgian

The yellow wafel truck can now be found in Park Slope, Brooklyn every weekend. They park in front of Keyfood on 7th Avenue and Carroll Street. They used to come the first Saturday of each month but the wafel guys told me Park Sope loves wafels!
I tried 'Smokin' Joes pulled pork BBQ wafel' for $8.00! Wow! They made mine spicey and it was delicious. If you are ever in the Slope, stop by and treat yourself with a wafel to go!

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