Brooklyn Flea Market
Photograph: Michael Kirby
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Time Out says
Mon Feb 22 2010
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Don’t worry—you’ll probably be spared from endless sock vendors at this Fort Greene bazaar. The space outside of Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School on Lafayette Avenue between Clermont and Vanderbilt Avenues offers a quirky roster of items, including a slew of antiques, vintage clothes, records, art and jewelry. Hungry for something more? Blue Marble organic ice cream, Whimsy & Spice cookies and Hot Bread Kitchen should sate your grumbling belly.
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It’s that time of year when the grass defrosts and the Brooklyn Flea comes back outside in Fort Greene on Saturdays and Williamsburg on Sundays. Keep an eye out for Trees and Nails’ salvaged-wood kitchenwear ($30–$200) and wool cat sculptures by artist...