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Monday, June 2, 2003

LAST CHANCE

Check out "Space Invaders," a group show of sculptors and painters at the Fish Tank Gallery (93 North Sixth St. between Berry Street and Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg) before it closes June 2. Comment.

WHERE THE GIRLS ARE

Ahh, spring - buds blossom, bees buzz, grass grows green and sweet showers dance earthward. Amid all this signaling of Mother Nature’s powerful abilities, a single lesbian in need of a lover may turn her mind to thoughts of romance, love and perhaps lust. Comments (1).

R&B REVUE

For many Brooklynites, the first sign of summer is not weekends at the beach or installing the air conditioner, but the BAM Rhythm and Blues Festival at Metrotech, which this year begins on June 5 and runs every Thursday through Aug. 7. Comments (1).

SEXY SCANDALS

Timing is everything and the timing could not be better for the opening of the Brooklyn Museum of Art’s latest show, "Pulp Art: Vamps, Villains and Victors from the Robert Lesser Collection." Comment.

TITLE WAVE

Following on the heels of the Rotunda Gallery’s "Water, Water" exhibit in Brooklyn Heights - which featured artwork inspired by and implementing water, a group of artists have partnered with Riverkeeper, a watchdog group that protects the Hudson River, to create a one-day event in Clinton Hill that also celebrates this precious resource. Comment.

BARGE RIGHT IN

After a year of major preservation work in dry-dock, Red Hook’s Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge is back in Red Hook at a new location, 699 Columbia St. Comment.

DAY TRIPPERS

Brooklyn Day, which will be celebrated this year on Thursday, June 5, has always been a holiday primarily for children. Comment.

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