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Wyclef Jean Awarded Key To The City Of Brooklyn

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Wyclef Jean and the arc of his career has been largely associated with New Jersey by way of his fame with The Fugees. However, the Haitian-born producer and global artist first arrived in America and settled in the planet of Brooklyn with the borough awarding him a key to the city over the weekend.

Jean was nine years when his family came to New York from his native Haiti and while New Jersey is where he came to form The Fugees alongside Lauryn Hill and Pras Michel to worldwide acclaim.

At the Wingate Summer Concert Series, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams handed Jean the award for his contributions to music and beyond. Also in attendance were his wife, Claudinette Jean, and their daughter, Angelina.

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“I accept this key for the forgotten. If you can make it in Brooklyn. You can make it anywhere,” said Wyclef Jean to the masses.

The timing couldn’t be better for the multi-talented star as he’s gearing up for the release of his upcoming mixtape, Wyclef Goes Back To School and doing a tour stop next month at New York’s Sony Hall.

Wyclef Jean’s mixtape drops on Sept. 6, and his tour stops on the same day in New York City.

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Brooklyn Teen Used Last Breaths To Identify Her Killer, Man She Rejected

A 2016 murder case has a great chance of putting the alleged perpetrator behind bars thanks to the victim’s wise use of her very last words.

16-year-old Shemel Mercurius was fatally shot inside a Brooklyn apartment. NYPD alleges that she was allegedly killed by 25-year-old Taariq Stephens who showed interested in dating her but was repeatedly turned down.

It seems he would not take no for answer and showed up to her Brooklyn Avenue apartment a week later. According to documentation, Shemel was babysitting her three-year-old cousin when Stephens came in and shot her three times with a sub-machine gun.

Respondents kicked the door down to find Mercurius bleeding to death, her baby cousin laid next to her covered in blood. During recent court proceedings it was detailed how she had not much time to live but was cognizant enough to talk. Officer Kyle Thomas Daly testified about his experience at the murder scene “I put on gloves, took her off the car and laid her down and began rendering aid. She regained consciousness, gave me her name and date of birth.”

While she was in and out of consciousness she told the officers that it was indeed Taariq Stephens and that she had met him at a daycare the week prior—rejecting his advances. Stephens faces 25 years if convicted.

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Brooklyn – John Crowley

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In this charming love story based on the best-selling novel, Saoirse Ronan stars as Eilis Lacey, a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. The initial shackles of homesickness quickly diminish as a fresh romance sweeps Eilis into the intoxicating charm of love. But soon, her new vivacity is disrupted by her past and Eilis must choose between two countries and two men.

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Baby makes three! Brooklyn Decker and tennis champ Andy Roddick welcomed their first child together — a baby boy — on Sept. 30, UsWeekly reports

The couple, who married in April 2009, announced Decker’s pregnancy on the model-turned-actress’ Instagram account in May: 

Decker, 28, has been openly excited about starting a family. In 2010, the “Just Go With It” star told Women’s Health, “I want to live a normal life — drive my kids to school, have tons of animals running around, be barefoot and pregnant.” Decker also told Flare magazine in 2012 that she hopes to adopt a child with disabilities some day.

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Barbra Streisand was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Still in her teens, she left home to pursue her dreams of becoming an actress. She went on to conquer the worlds of stage, screen, and music, winning the Tony Award, multiple Oscars, Emmys, and selling out concerts around the world. She’s the most successful female recording artist in popular music history and the only singer to have a number-one album in five consecutive decades. This concert video, recorded on October 11th & 13th, 2012, captures Barbra's triumphant return to her hometown. With special guest Chris Botti and a thrilling duet with her son, Jason Gould, Barbra achieves yet another career milestone, proving along the way that you can take the girl out of Brooklyn, but you can’t take Brooklyn out of the girl!

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Dr. John is joined by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, featured guitarist and producer of the album Locked Down, and the handpicked band featured on the recording, for a one-time-only concert of the co-composed album material – plus some Dr. John favorites – at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's (BAM) Howard Gilman Opera House. Filmed on March 31, 2012.

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They Are Wearing: Afropunk Fest in Brooklyn

The two-day Afropunk Festival — “a weekend of live music, vibrant art and good vibes” — has been known to bring out some of the most expressive and original street style in Brooklyn. The 11th annual festival, held this past Saturday and Sunday in Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park, was no exception, offering up plenty of eclectic, electric style. As Lenny Kravitz, Grace Jones, Lauryn Hill, Danny Brown, SZA and other artists performed, festivalgoers competed for sartorial attention with vibrantly hued head wraps and dashikis, bold eyewear, chunky jewelry and imaginatively colored hair. It was a celebration of both individuality and community — cool confidence on a hot summer weekend.

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The Beautiful Brooklyn Chase Talks Adult Entertainment !

The lovely Brooklyn Chase takes the moment to sit down and speak with us about adult entertainment, her interests and much more ! Hailing from the West Coast we are pleased to introduce to you Brooklyn Chase one of the hottest new talents in the game !

 

Hello Brooklyn Chase, tell us a bit about yourself, where are you from ? How did you get your name ? Tell us about yourself.

I was born and raised in beautiful San Diego, but just moved to the East to be near family. I’ve been in the industry for just over three years and I’m having an absolute blast! I got my name by going through a baby name book and mixing and matching until I found “it”.

How did you get into the industry ? How many scenes have you done and what is your favourite type of porn to shoot ?

I got into the industry by finding my first agent. Porn was never on my radar until then, but I was looking for a new career where I could embrace my sexuality and enjoy life. I was thinking about stripping when I stumbled into porn. I have no clue how many scenes I’ve shot, but it’s a lot! My favorite type to shoot is boy/girl.

Were there any porn stars in the industry you looked at as inspiration to be like in terms of success ? We’ve seen girls like Lisa Ann, Nikki Benz, Skin Diamond, Sasha Grey, Sara Jay, Pinky, Abella Anderson and many others surpass porn and branch off into other areas. Is that something you would do?

I’ve always looked to Lisa Ann as inspiration. She built her name into a porn empire and she’s still a sweet and classy lady. I’d love to follow in her footsteps, with my own Brooklyn twist!

Going by your instagram, if I didn’t know any better I’d never guess you were in adult films, you have that “girl next door” look to you. Are people surprised when they find out your profession ?

There aren’t many people that I have to tell. Most already know before they meet me, but I have had some surprised friends. I’m very “normal” and that’s what surprises people. I cook, clean, craft, never wear makeup, always like to be covered in clothes; totally different than I am in film. But both are real parts of me!

If you weren’t doing porn what would you be doing instead ?

I would love to do interior design. I enjoy putting together my home and helping friends decorate theirs. Im pretty good at it, too.

Are you single and do you find it harder to balance relationships outside of porn ? Do you have an expectation of porn sex versus regular sex ? Is it harder to sustain that level of ecstasy ?

I am married. I think if you have a supportive spouse, the balancing act is easy. Porn sex and regular sex are often polar opposites, mostly because regular sex has an immensely stronger emotional connection, which makes it better.

What makes for a good sex scene/sexual experience for a scene ? What turns you on ?

A really good scene is a perfect storm of many things. The girl needs to feel comfortable, she needs to feel confident in her body/makeup/outfit, the male and female talents need to be comfortable with each other, and it needs to be a fun environment. If everyone is feeling good, good sex (and therefore a good scene) is a given.

You’ve done some interracial in porn, recently we’ve seen Lisa Ann speak about it the controversy surrounding it in interviews, Sasha Grey also spoke on it also. Did you catch any flack for it ? Would you keep doing it and do you date black men in your personal life ?

I absolutely will keep doing interracial scenes. I truthfully don’t understand what the controversy is around it. I have caught some flack, but it’s been very minimal. And I don’t need fans like that, anyways.

According to Google, pornography is the most searched topic, it could be argued that porn is perhaps one of the best technological revolutions to grace the internet, we’ve seen it go from Peer to Peer sharing sites and go all the way to pay sites to tube sites where people get it for free. Do you think that’s a good thing or bad thing for porn studios and are you personally affected by free porn ?

Every person that is in any way connected to the adult industry is negatively affected by free porn. If studios aren’t making money off a scene, how can they possibly have the resources to continue to produce more content? If viewers want to continue to have porn to search, they need to understand that it isn’t free to produce. Pay for your porn!

If you had to name one guy or girl alive or dead in entertainment (sports and film), music or pop culture, that you would sleep with, who would it be ?

No contest, it would be Justin Timberlake. I’ve had an unhealthy obsession for more years than I care to reveal.

Seems like you’d utilized social media pretty well, congratulations on 250,000 followers ! Some feel that social media is making it harder for entertainers because now they have to directly compete with everybody else and people can become stars almost overnight. Do you worry about that or has the game been good to you ?

Hitting a quarter million followers still blows my mind, so thank you! I’ve never felt competition, but it’s not because I think I’m anything special. Every star has their own look, their own energy that they bring to a scene, and their own following. If a company doesn’t shoot me, it’s not because I have competition. It’s because what I bring to the screen isn’t right for their particular fan base, and that’s ok!

What’s been the biggest challenge for you so far in porn ?

My biggest challenge isn’t anything serious. I hit 30 years old this year and have found it harder and harder to keep my body in tip-top shape. Diet and exercise have never been my forte.

A few more important questions that always intrigued me. It’s in regards to Mr. Marcus a few years back falsifying a document so he could shoot a scene. How does the testing go before a scene is shot ? How long does it take for results ? Do you and the person(s) you’re working with stay in the same vicinity so you’re not out having sex with someone else before the scene is filmed ?

Testing results are received 24 hours after the samples are obtained and remain valid for 14 days. Before a scene is shot, both male and female talent show each other their test results and ensure that everyone is comfortable. We have no control over what, or who, people do in their personal time, but as a whole, talent is respectful of the risks and is careful.

Do you have other interests outside of porn ? Like another business interest or something you do people would be surprised to know ? Make it interesting !

I’m so boring! I have a craft room in my house and spend a lot of time in there. I love making DIY projects for my home and as gifts for others.

I always have to ask – Who would be your top 5 favourite artists and why ? And what would be your top 3 favourite albums of all time ??

I’m a country listener, so my top five artists would be Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban. I’ve never been an album buyer. I like the variety of the radio.

Can we expect to see some new material from you soon ? What do you have coming up next ?

I just shot a solid week of new scenes, so there will be some new and exciting stuff soon!

Do you have any shout outs or anything you want to leave the fans with ? Where can we find more of your work or keep up to date with the beautiful Brooklyn Chase ?

I would like to say thank you to my fans, new and old! Your support is unimaginable! People can find me on Twitter at@brooklyn_chase and on Instagram also at @brooklyn_chase.

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Brooklyn Teens Film Themselves Slapping Uber Driver Senseless [VIDEO]

School is out for the summer and the extra freedom can sometimes be counterproductive for kids without anything to keep them busy.

A group of presumed teenagers in Brooklyn recently set back all the progression made this week when they stupidly filmed themselves assaulting a Uber driver who wouldn’t take them where they wanted to go.

At the opening of the :90 second clip, at least three Black kids are seen sitting in the parked vehicle with another one filming and they’re already unruly. As the Uber driver refuses to start the trip, both of the individuals in the backseat obliges to the cameraman’s orders to “smack the sh*t out of him” while the one sitting in the front seat was a tad bit more forceful.

Once the cameraman shifted his angle to the driver’s side the ferocity of the slaps increased and the would-be passenger began to growl how “he was a beast” and proceeded to put the Uber driver into a chokehold.

According to Uber’s Code of Conduct, “Violence of any kind will not be tolerated” and “Uber expects that all riders and drivers will treat one another with respect and courtesy.”

Also, the Uber account linked to the phone of the Brooklyn teens will make it a walk in the park for law enforcement to track them, since they decided to share it on social media like fools.

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Live, From Brooklyn

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Value typically parallels price. High-quality food tends to be expensive. Ditto for clothes, airline seats — even medical treatment.

The rule does not hold for live comedy. In New York City, global mecca for stand-up, discerning comedy nerds know the best stuff costs between $ 8 and free. Not that there aren’t alternatives. Caroline’s on Broadway is a comedic Cheesecake Factory, churning out jokes designed to satisfy if not edify, at a market-high price (hovering at the high end around $ 100 a ticket, plus a two-drink minimum). Around the country, comedy clubs have franchised the venerable Manhattan institution’s model, attracting audiences so trained to expect reliable fare that “you could just have a chair on stage with a mic next to it and that chair will sell the 9:30 show,” the comic Hannibal Buress told me recently, recalling a large club he frequented during his early stand-up years in Chicago.

Buress is one of a new class of comics making Brooklyn the anti-Caroline’s. The experimental scene that colonized subterranean East Village bars in the 1990s has shifted as ballooning Manhattan rents have shut down major comedy hubs. Today, rising stars hone their bits in low-priced sets across the water, either in various pockets of Williamsburg or along a strip of venues stretching in the southern part of the borough, from Park Slope to Gowanus.



Hari Kondabolu dissects the charm of the Brooklyn comedy show he occasionally hosts, “Night Train.”

Call it artisanal comedy, unique from the genre known as alternative or alt-comedy due to new realities of time and place. At Brooklyn shows, the borough shapes the product, just as soil and sunlight flavor a wine. The craftspeople — in this case, comics — are as fêted as the work they create. Free from the tyranny of the big club’s joke churn, they act out. Individuation is the new normal; any comic with big dreams must know herself. Where making it once foreordained an ensemble cast (see: “The Cosby Show,” “Seinfeld”), TV hits now orbit tightly around the universe of a single person (“Inside Amy Schumer”), a like-minded duo (“Key & Peele”), or even the phenomenon of Brooklyn itself (“Girls”).

Like a top-notch MFA program, Brooklyn is enabling this industry shift. Take the happenings at “Night Train,” a weekly comedy show held at a multiuse venue in the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood of Gowanus. Not even a decade ago, the strip that houses the show’s venue, Littlefield, held mostly mechanic shops and small manufacturers of items you might see at Home Depot.

That past is a faint shadow today. Fans of the Comedy Central show “Broad City” know Gowanus as the Oz that Abbi Abrams stumbles upon in an early episode this past season, dazzled. Granted, her character was compromised at the time, tripping on an accidental cocktail of painkillers and super-strong weed. But that narrative twist only amps up the high even a sober keeper of the past might feel in the neighborhood these days, what with all the kids licking small-batch ice cream scoops, and passersby carrying bows and arrows, heading to or from the archery range down the block. In this setting, the Gowanus Canal, the epically filthy regional waterway Jonathan Lethem once called “Brooklyn’s armpit,” is almost a comfort: incapable of putting on airs.

Abbi indulges her high at the already trippy Whole Foods in Gowanus.

Imagine a cross between a college campus and a cruise ship, with the intellectual sensibility of the former and the manic entertainment value of the latter. Within less than a mile radius of Littlefield lies the archery place, a shuffleboard club, several print shops, a fencing center (swords, not gates), Ample Hills Creamery (where summer weekends mean kid traffic from multiple birthday parties), and a rollicking new Whole Foods, the latter of which prompted one of Abbi’s hallucinations — a talking tooth — to intone bleakly about “a whole new Gowanus.”

“Night Train” slots in as yet another luxury tailor-made for the clientele: premiere live comedy, priced at a rate acceptable to the kind of person who knows what’s available for free on YouTube. The stereotype of Brooklyn transplants that has conquered popular opinion holds here. “Night Train” audiences tend to look like a bunch of extras on “Girls”: mostly white, all young, skinny jeans galore.

That description hardly fits the comics on tap. On a typical night, the lineup at “Night Train” might hit a dozen boxes on a census survey: black, queer, Asian, immigrant, first-generation, native New Yorker or West Coast visitor. Up-and-comers on the comedy circuit intermingle with the occasional drop-in star or grizzled veteran. The mix reflects a sea change in comedy itself, an industry Joan Rivers once called “an angry white man’s game.” At Littlefield, on stage at least, that demographic is the minority.

Wyatt Cenac, the “Daily Show” alum who started “Night Train” in 2012 and acted as its first host, says the show’s outward face was a conscious choice from the beginning. When approached by Marianne Ways — a veteran East Village booker now decamped to Gowanus — “one of the things that we had talked about was trying to have the lineup be as diverse as possible,” Cenac said.

A recent “SNL” sketch skewered — and kinda loved on — Brooklyn gentrification.

Despite this, new Brooklyn looms large. This writer heard more stroller jokes during a year of “Night Train” attendance than actual strollers she could recall seeing in the neighborhood. For that matter, any domestic comedy has its place. A recent set by a trio of former roommates — Kenny DeForest, Clark Jones and Will Miles — redefined the borough’s neighborhoods by way of the movements that lead to stroller-ing: a move to Gowanus from East Williamsburg being the first step toward marriage.

Critique of and affiliation to Brooklyn — a balance underlying this year’s standout niche “Saturday Night Live” sketch, in which three black Bushwick “corner boys” wax poetic on artisanal mayonnaise — reflects the borough’s status as comedy’s new epicenter. Buress partly credits his years hosting a weekly show at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg for the momentum that ushered him through the pivotal threshold from stage to screen: he’s now a “Broad City” regular. (He’s since abdicated his Knitting Factory duties to DeForest, Jones and Miles, the “Night Train” drop-ins who mapped Brooklyn neighborhoods according to relationship stages).

Beyond the hosting gig’s intellectual demands — “X amount of stage time each week, no matter what,” Buress said — the initial appeal was as simple as the reason a person might choose a laundromat: location, location, location. The Knitting Factory sits two blocks from his Williamsburg apartment. “I could be in the shower at 8:45 and out the door and on stage by 9,” he said. Given that the virtue of hosting is the regulated draw on a comic’s generative abilities, the stability of proximity helps.

As the scene has formalized, farther-flung comics have joined. Aparna Nancherla, a D.C. transplant now living in Astoria, Queens, uses the stage at Littlefield as a workshop space, refining jokes meant to eventually enter the world in what she calls a “crystallized” form, rendered for posterity on an album or major tour.

She contrasts the “cozy” feel of Brooklyn shows with the atmosphere at “The Meltdown,” an influential comedy show run out of a comic book store in West Hollywood. Brooklyn venues offer the same double-edged intimacy as New York City apartments. They’re “cramped, with not a lot of room to move,” Nancherla said, hypothesizing that city density and spontaneous walk-in traffic make that so. The result, Nancherla finds, is an atmosphere conducive to experimentation.

Contrast that traffic flow with the movements of a driving populace more inclined to plan out an evening ahead of time. “It’s not necessarily about which famous people are on the bill, which sometimes feels more like the thing in LA,” she said.

Because of the skewed economics that come from living where the comics do, Brooklyn showgoers pay less and subsequently demand less than their counterparts across the country. This is a counterintuitive boon to comics. Setups can be long and experimental. Wandery not-quite-jokes are often rehashed over many months. Nancherla unveiled a bit she’d polished in front of several “Night Train” audiences last fall, while opening for the eastern leg of Tig Notaro’s highly publicized “Boyish Girl Interrupted” tour. In it, Nancherla compares living in New York to a hypothetical reality show that tests a contestant’s breaking point. One flourish came to her while on stage at Littlefield. “Is it gonna be the pigeon with the lazy eye?” The audience’s laughter convinced Nancherla to “crystallize” the line. “It’s become a part of the joke,” she said.

Hosts exercise new muscles too, says Hari Kondabolu, a comic who occasionally subs in for Cenac at “Night Train.”

Along with his brother and co-host, former Das Racist rapper Ashok Kondabolu, Hari sees his job as an order of magnitude beyond what Dave Chappelle once quipped as the opener’s sole duty, that is, getting “the audience used to looking at the stage.” At shows where hosts carry selling power, “the point is to set the tone, that we’re going to be playing around here,” Kondabolu said. “You don’t know what we’re going to do, and you don’t know what everyone else is going to do. They’re going to be trying some stuff and also — you paid five dollars. What are you complaining about? You’re in New York; there’s nothing to complain about. And maybe Aziz Ansari will show up, who knows?”




If Brooklyn shows are essentially MFA workshops for comics, feedback comes from the audience. Playing Littlefield can’t compare to performing on a late show in terms of compensation or visibility. “It’s not the place that you’re expecting scouts to go to,” Kondabolu said. “But I am expecting that I’m going to have a smart audience and that they’re going to be nice and not heckle.”

Like Nancherla, Kondabolu is Indian American. His highest profile work often tackles nuanced concerns of the Indian community, shattering the standby comedy model of catering to one’s own ethnic group. Performing on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” he spoke of a woman who slid into the backseat of his father’s car, presuming it was a cab. (The punch line: “Apparently she’s so racist, she looks at the color of the driver before looking at the color of the car.”) On “Conan,” he started as a schoolteacher might, defining the theme of his set as “colonialism.” Creative freedom starts in venues like Littlefield, where audiences expect only to be challenged.

That desire is driven in part by economics, Kondabolu pointed out. A “20-something with five to eight dollars” is spared the typical clubgoer’s calculation: “’I just had to get a babysitter for my kids, I made this my night out. I just had to get a ton of drinks. I’m exhausted from the week and this person is up here talking about police brutality.’” “Night Train” operates on self-selection. “When you’re talking about a gentrifying class going to a show in Brooklyn, and who watch ‘The Daily Show,’ and who might know Wyatt from that,” Kondabolu said, “it’s going to reflect what you can say.”

Arbitration by young, white liberals has precedent in comedy lore. In the early 1970s, Richard Pryor defected to Berkeley after a string of high-profile but unfulfilling coups in Los Angeles: national appearances on Johnny Carson’s and Ed Sullivan’s shows in which Pryor delivered jokes “like placards” to the nation, as the writer Hilton Als would describe them nearly three decades later. It was as if each bit arrived with a heading, wrote Als, in a 1999 New Yorker profile tracking the comedian’s evolution, “that read ‘Joke’: When I was young, I used to think my people didn’t like me. Because they used to send me to the store for bread and then they’d move. Badam cha.”

Als writes of “show-business luminaries” advising Pryor to follow the model of Bill Cosby. He quotes Pryor’s recollection of a conversation with a white writer called Murray Roman. “Don’t mention the fact that you’re a n—-r. Don’t go into such bad taste,” Pryor said in a Rolling Stone interview. “They were gonna try to help me be nothin’ as best they could.”

One of the earliest beneficiaries of an alternative comedy scene, Richard Pryor fled the racism of 1970s Hollywood for the freedom of the college town up north.

In Berkeley, Pryor found a voice rooted in his past. In a new memoir titled Pryor Lives!, Cecil Brown, a journalist who began a 30-year friendship with Pryor after seeing the comedian perform in Berkeley, writes of the “white youth who lined up to see Richard” perform his strange new acts, in which he might pronounce a single word in different ways, or impersonate the winos of his childhood memories.

These were hippies and students eager for brutal honesty — “the core of the counterculture,” Brown called them — “lied to by the leaders of the nation, by the leaders of their local towns, by the Oakland Police, and by the Berkeley Police.” Swap out the geographical terms and his description of Pryorheads this could apply to Brooklyn-based activists arrested during Occupy Wall Street, or the thousands who demonstrated near the borough’s largest train hub this winter, protesting police action in Ferguson, Missouri.




That power dynamic lingers today. Byron Bowers, a wiry LA-based comic, says he regulates his comedy based on setting. During a “Night Train” set last fall, he riffed at length about his love of hallucinatory mushrooms, a typically “white-kid” obsession that he predicts might throw a club audience if he were to make the same claim there (Bowers is black).

He likens the comedy world to his high-school experience as an athlete who took honors classes. The clubs correlate to the people he hung out with after school: rowdy “athletes and cheerleaders” looking for an unambiguous good time. Audiences at indie shows — like the kids he took classes with — let him explore nuance. “The subject matter I can talk about [with them] is much more deep.”

The unusual economics of the comedy world help make this liberation possible. In the tradition of the East Village bar circuit, the choicest Brooklyn comedy happens in venues that aren’t devoted to it. Littlefield is an event space, the Knitting Factory a concert hall. Union Hall — a Park Slope institution whose lived-in basement served as the setting for the stand-up scenes in comic Mike Birbiglia’s hit indie movie “Sleepwalk with Me” — is a bar.

As opposed to venues with other sources of income, comedy clubs are tasked with luring in audiences every night of the week. That desperation results in a necessary evil of the comedy world, Cenac said. “Themed nights, whether it’s the Black Night or the Latino Night.” He recalls a club in Los Angeles with “Refried Fridays” and “Chopstick Comedy.”

“People still do whatever to get butts in the seats,” he said “The challenge of live comedy is that we live in an age where, if someone wants a laugh, they can just go onto their laptop and pull up a YouTube video.”

In Gowanus, you may as well just walk down the street.

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Nike Opens First Community Store In Brooklyn [Photos]

All you have to do is look down whenever you’re in Flatbush, Brookyn to know Nike is a staple in the hood. But the brand takes things a step further by opening its first community store in the neighborhood. 

The new store—who design includes imagery from local photographer Anthony Blasko—opened today (May 28) near the corner of Nostrand and Flatbush Avenues borough claiming by the Notorious B.I.G, Jay Z, Mike Tyson and many more.

The “Community Store” concept aims to empower locals and their community and being deep in Flatbush was as good place as any to set up shop.

“Nike Community Stores are about neighborhood roots and community connection” said Dennis van Oossanen, Vice President of Nike’s North America Direct to Consumer business via a press release. “So when we looked for a location, we wanted a place that was instantly recognizable, that expressed the unique spirit of Flatbush and Brooklyn and that amplified the values of the Nike brand. We think we found the perfect spot.”

The store has already met its target of having 80% of its employees be from the neighborhood. Also, employees will actively participate in community service events and help local non-profit organizations. Already on the schedule are after-school programs, a Zoom League basketball program and the Honor Roll Skate Club middle school students.

Products from Nike running, training, basketball and sportswear—as well BK specific items—will be available for women, men and young athletes in the store.

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Brooklyn x Queens Day Festival Kicks Off June 4th

A music, art & fashion festival kicks off next week at Santos Party House where there will be 2 floors, 2 stages and 3 bars for a packed show. Mainstage Performers include up and coming talents like Manolo Rose, Yung Joey, 821, Lil Ock, 2Milly, BK Brasco, Ferriswheeljay, Dub Aura, Fly, Louder, Social Club, Fre$ h, Hardaway, Yung Roc, SureShot, Najisdope, Nisoel and many more. The art show will feature Spike TV’s Ink Master “Made Rich” & Lavan Wright while DJ Sets will be conducted by DJ Spazo (Hot 97), DJ Marz, Trauma Radio, Ernzworld. For more info or media/press inquiries contact BROOKLYNQUEENSFESTIVAL@GMAIL.COM and for tickets visit the following site: http://bit.ly/bqf2tickets.

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Elie Tahari Partners With Vespa Brooklyn

Elie Tahari is speeding into summer via a new partnership with Vespa Brooklyn. Memorial Day shoppers in the designer’s East Hampton, SoHo and Fifth Avenue stores will be the first to eye the scooters Tahari-ized with his name and fabrics from the spring and sport collections, which include mesh, red-berry Neoprene and tie-dyed blue silk inspired by Santorini’s Aegean Sea.
Although Tahari will only be showcasing his designer scooters at the boutiques until July 4, he will be buying one. “It is a fun thing for summer,” the designer said. “My older brother, Avi, used to have one when I was a kid. He still has one. Now I’m going to get the latest model and make him jealous.”

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BOROUGH 24/7: Juice bars and barber shops are not the only things in Paris that nod to the influence of Brooklyn hipsters. Swanky Left Bank department store Le Bon Marché is planning a storewide exhibition this fall devoted to the borough’s influence.
Slated to run from Aug. 29 to Oct. 17, the showcase is to span men’s and women’s fashions, jewelry, ceramics, beauty products, home items and specialty foods from such neighborhoods as Williamsburg, Dumbo and Bushwick. More than 100 brands are to be imported, some making their international debuts; others providing exclusive products. These include J. Crew for men’s and kids, an exclusive to the store; along with Ulla Johnson, Yune Ho, Harvey Faircloth, Knickerbocker, Brooklyn Tailors, M.N. Davis & Son, Brooklyn Circus, Kinfolk and Brooklyn Industries.

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Super exciting news — Brooklyn Decker is pregnant and expecting her first baby with her husband Andy Roddick.

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Brooklyn Woman Serves Husband Divorce Papers On Facebook

You can now serve divorce papers on Facebook. It may not be a trend (yet) but it worked for a Brooklyn woman after a judge ruled in her favor.

Ellanora Arthur Baidoo has been trying to track down her ex-hubby-to-be, Victor Sena Blood-Dzraku. She was obviously frustrated with his nonsense, so when Blood-Dzaku told her that he didn’t have an address or a job in which to send the paperwork, she got crafty.

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After exhausting other ways of serving him the papers, Spinnell filed an application asking for “service by alternate means,” in this case, via social media.

In his decision, Justice Matthew Cooper said the “advent and ascendency of social media,” means sites like Facebook and Twitter are the “next frontier” as “forums through which a summons can be delivered.”

Before Cooper agreed to her using Facebook, Baidoo had to prove the Facebook account belongs to her husband, and that he consistently logs on to the account and would therefore see the summons.

Spinnell said Baidoo’s marriage to Blood-Dzraku began to unravel shortly after they married in 2009 because her husband refused to participate in a Ghanian wedding ceremony that would include both their families

The couple never lived together, according to court documents.

The down part of this story is Baidoo still can’t reach this guy. If she doesn’t respond to the papers soon she’ll be grants a “divorce by default.”

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6 Brooklyn Salons Worth Crossing the Bridge for This Month

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Brooklyn sits at the nexus of nearly everything nowadays: Imaginative restaurants, smart boutiques, charming bars, and forward-thinking fitness studios have all found a foothold in New York’s insiders-only borough. In recent years, it has also given rise to a thriving beauty scene—one that has resulted in a wave of noteworthy new hair salons. For those who don’t like to leave Manhattan unless dragged by an overzealous pal—but pine for a directional cut or pitch-perfect set of highlights—we’ve come up with six good reasons to cross a bridge, enter a tunnel, or board a ferry. Each of them will leave you looking better than when you left the city. Behold, Brooklyn’s six best salons.

 

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Kennaland Brooklyn Hair Salon

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Kennaland
As the Brooklyn outpost of owner Kenna Kennor’s original London hair studio, everything about this jewel box space radiates British cool. From the rowdy affability of Kennor himself to the vintage leather chairs and the hundreds of Edison bulbs dangling from the ceiling, effortless style is the name of the game. For a look that channels the same philosophy, ask for Amy Bradbury—a Fekkai alum and resident Brooklynite who is known for her low-maintenance cuts.

113 Franklin Street
347.335.0666
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Williamsburg

 



Ludlow Blunt Brooklyn Hair Salons

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Ludlow Blunt
Owner Russell Manley doesn’t like to “shout about” Ludlow Blunt’s more well-known clientele, so we’ll do it for him: Tilda Swinton and Lady Gaga have both been coiffed at this old-school barbershop-meets-modern salon. Whatever your hair game, Manley’s skilled team is up to the challenge. Going blonde? Ask for Laura Estroff. Straight-edge razor cut? Brittany Holmes. On the other hand, if it’s a graphic bowl you’re after, Derek Bogle is your man.

85 North Third Street
718.388.8288
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Commune Brooklyn Hair Salon

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Commune
Commune is well-known amongst local insiders for its stylish and reliable cuts. Translation: There’s no risk of leaving here in tears. Most of the foot traffic comes from BK-based artists and cool kids whose aesthetic vibes with the laid-back whitewashed industrial space. Standout stylists include Kumiko Shimizu and Shoko Yokoyama; both have earned a loyal following for their artistic eyes and attention to detail.

185 Roebling Street
718.384.7412

 



Cutler Brooklyn Hair Salon

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Cutler
The Williamsburg location of this well-known Manhattan-based salon is a five-seat affair—making cuts and color an intimate experience. For a textured, lived-in crop—arguably the holy grail of hair—book an appointment with Tyson Kennedy, who is also a founder and co-owner. Bonus: Each cut is served up with a side of delicious treats from the nearby coffee house, St. Balmain.

178 North Eighth Street
212.308.3838
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Little Axe Brooklyn Hair Salons

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Little Axe
Fashion muse Jamie Bochert and rocker Kim Gordon get their tousled manes fine-tuned at Little Axe, the slick salon that’s known for its spot-on cuts. Its simple interior (white walls, black chairs, wood floors) is reflective of its approach to hair: easy, comfortable, chic. For pitch-perfect blonde or dimensional brunette, ask for Kristen Keller, who trained with L.A. supercolorist Tracey Cunningham before joining this gang.

124 Bedford Avenue
718.388.4700
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Bushwick

 



Pickthorn Brooklyn Hair Salon

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Pickthorn
This low-key hair studio is a one-woman show helmed by Chelsey Pickthorn—she does the cuts, the color, and the styling. Best known for her blondes (Abbey Lee) got her signature platinum done here), Pickthorn has designed the space to be warm and inviting—and with good reason: Her hand-painting color process, while famous for its results, can translate into a daylong affair that’s well worth the wait.

61 Wyckoff Avenue
718.928.7336
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Nicki Minaj’s Ex Safaree Gets His Hood Pass Revoked By Brooklyn Goons [ViDEO]

Now that Nicki Minaj is no longer with Safaree, it seems that it is open season on the former hypeman. While attempting to shoot a video in Brooklyn, SB got confronted by some unidentified men in Flatbush and got sent packing.

In a video clip posted to Instagram earlier today (March 11, 2015), Safaree is seen surrounded by several men who are talking very reckless to the upstart. After a brief back and forth about SB being out of pocket, another man, who is attempting to cover his face, enters the camera’s view and Scaff promptly exits stage right. #Shocker

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Another video then followed with Safaree being confronted by the same group as the rapper sits in his vehicle. Here Minaj’s ex holds a firm ice grill while the men continue their verbal intimidation.

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To add even more salt to the situation, Nicki’s new alleged love interest Meek Mill goes on Instagram and likes the video. This can’t be life.

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The internets are saying that Safaree is very familiar with the men as he is originally from this specific part of Brooklyn.

Is SB ducking the fade? Sound off below.


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KissMe Girl Explicit: The Core Scenes: Anikka Albrite And Brooklyn Lee

Anikka Albrite & Brooklyn Lee star in our latest KissMe Girl Explicit scene! We’ve shot both Brooklyn and Anikka on the standard KissMe Girl site, and of course we were excited about seeing both girls join us for a KissMe Girl Explicit scene. We’ve always known that Brooklyn loves to get down with the girls, and Anikka more than proved in her other scene that she also enjoys her time with the girls. Anikka is gorgeous blonde with that girl next door appeal, but don’t be fooled, she will surprise you with her dirty side. Anikka seems to love getting her face in some pussy and ass!! Brooklyn is always ready to go, and she seemed to have no issues with munching on Anikka’s beautiful pussy. Scene highlights include very nice pussy licking, great ass eating, fingering, humping and KissMe Girl kissing. There are no toys in this scene and we don’t plan on having any toys at all in any future KissMe Girl Explicit scenes.

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Diana Ross Headlines Brooklyn Theater’s Grand-Reopening: Concert Review


The veteran star is the first to perform at the historic Kings Theatre in Flatbush following its $ 95 million restoration.

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'Community' Star Says Goodbye To Greendale, Hello To Brooklyn

She may have graduated from NBC, but now one “Community” alum is going for her PhD in HBO.

TVLine reports that Gillian Jacobs is set to star in a recurring role on HBO’s “Girls.” Jacobs will appear in the upcoming fourth season as Mimi-Rose Howard, making her debut in an episode simply titled “Mimi-Rose.”

Jacobs last starred as Britta Perry on the NBC’s “Community,” which was canceled this month despite a spirited campaign to get a sixth season and a movie.

Though the sting of the cancellation is still fresh, Jacobs’ return to TV should give “Community” fans cause for celebration.

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KissMe Girl Explicit: The Core Scenes: Anikka Albrite And Brooklyn Lee

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Anikka Albrite & Brooklyn Lee star in our latest KissMe Girl Explicit scene! We’ve shot both Brooklyn and Anikka on the standard KissMe Girl site, and of course we were excited about seeing both girls join us for a KissMe Girl Explicit scene. We’ve always known that Brooklyn loves to get down with the girls, and Anikka more than proved in her other scene that she also enjoys her time with the girls. Anikka is gorgeous blonde with that girl next door appeal, but don’t be fooled, she will surprise you with her dirty side. Anikka seems to love getting her face in some pussy and ass!! Brooklyn is always ready to go, and she seemed to have no issues with munching on Anikka’s beautiful pussy. Scene highlights include very nice pussy licking, great ass eating, fingering, humping and KissMe Girl kissing. There are no toys in this scene and we don’t plan on having any toys at all in any future KissMe Girl Explicit scenes.

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Anikka Albrite & Brooklyn Lee star in our latest KissMe Girl Explicit scene! We’ve shot both Brooklyn and Anikka on the standard KissMe Girl site, and of course we were excited about seeing both girls join us for a KissMe Girl Explicit scene. We’ve always known that Brooklyn loves to get down with the girls, and Anikka more than proved in her other scene that she also enjoys her time with the girls. Anikka is gorgeous blonde with that girl next door appeal, but don’t be fooled, she will surprise you with her dirty side. Anikka seems to love getting her face in some pussy and ass!! Brooklyn is always ready to go, and she seemed to have no issues with munching on Anikka’s beautiful pussy. Scene highlights include very nice pussy licking, great ass eating, fingering, humping and KissMe Girl kissing. There are no toys in this scene and we don’t plan on having any toys at all in any future KissMe Girl Explicit scenes.

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