Go to a craft fair, plant a tree, listen to a symphony or visit the Brooklyn Wedding Expo this weekend.
Brooklyn Pop-Up Market is headed to Clinton Hill for the first time this spring.
The festival features local artisans and musicians.
The vendors congregate on a one-block stretch between Vermilyea and Sherman Avenues.
The LED-lit balloons will fill a room at the arts venue Mister Rogers.
The Park Slope market near the Old Stone House is increasing its schedule to Sundays and Wednesdays.
More than 20 local businesses will participate in the wedding expo on April 13.
The U.S. Second District Court of Appeals disagreed with artists' First Amendment lawsuit.
The decades-old festival combines African, Caribbean and Spanish traditions and flavors.
Fort Greene Flea has some new vendors this summer, including Housatonic Canoe Shop.
Fletcher's Barbecue, Butcher's Daughter and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream will all open up at the pier.
Melissa Mark-Viverito wants the Parks Department to push back and explain new performer regulations.
Vendors and fitness classes are also headed to the waterfront lot before Two Trees' towers are built.
Councilwoman Margaret Chin's bill calls for new fines for vendors who park too close to fire hydrants.
But Mayor Bloomberg has promised to veto the bill that reduce fines for street venders.
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