Friday Roundup: It’s All About Brooklyn

The 13th Annual Dumbo Art Under The Bridge Festival is underway this weekend, displaying more than 80 experimental art works like a plastic bag Tree of Life, an oyster shell installation, a roaming “Ballooning Awareness” performance on climate change, and an eco disco. [NYDN]

Mix up your usual champagne brunch Sunday with a visit to the Turkish Festival at Prospect Park for homemade kebabs, baklava, gyros, yaprak sarma, and folk dancing. [NYMag]

If your loyalties don’t lie with any one beer garden, stop in at the new Irish pub Keg and Lantern in Greenpoint. [Metromix]

Huckleberry Bar is turning two, and what better way to celebrate (it also being Wednesday) than by listening to a live New Orleans jazz band while enjoying some drink specials? We just don’t know either. [HuckleberryBar]

The Guggenheim’s “It Came from Brooklyn” continues the music and literature series tonight with featured guest Paul Banks of Interpol, Jane Bowles and Henry Miller readings from Rivka Galchen and Hampton Fancher, and MC Eugene Mirman. [Gugg]

When in Brooklyn, the borough that’s still supposed to be cheaper than Manhattan, here’s where to lunch for $10 or less. [AMNY]

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