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This big smile is from a subway ad on which people are talking about how they saw something suspicious and reported it to the police. They are happy to be good citizens. The message: we must remain vigilant (even though suspicious objects are innocuous almost 100% of the time). You never know.

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The view and the reflections entranced me, so I forgot to look at the menu to see what kind of food they serve. The restaurant is near Bergen Street, if you want to go check it out.

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61 Local, on Bergen Street near the subway, calls itself a public house rather than a pub. It’s a bar that is community minded: a CSA pick-up location with lectures on composting. The space at 61 Local is roomy, with tall ceilings, bamboo picnic tables. The beer is cool and people were enjoying the simple food.

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61 Local is a bar, but don’t take your dog there. The rule, generally, in Brooklyn, is that it’s okay to bring babies and kids to bars, especially during the day, but dogs are not allowed unless you sit at a sidewalk table. The Department of Health may have a completely other set of rules on the topic.

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Chonlada Sirampuj’s painting works off Thailand’s slogan “land of smiles.” Everyone’s smiling, but the hair and head shapes suggest a diversity that tourist advertising doesn’t touch upon. Learn more about Thai artists in NYC here.

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Two things I especially like about this picture: her shadow and the mysterious blue band around the tree.

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The Atlantic Avenue Artwalk is this weekend. There’s interesting work out there, such as this photograph by Andrew Zuckerman of an endangered species in Qatar. I wanted to see more, starting with this animal’s hooves. Check out The Invisible Dog on Bergen Street tomorrow.

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