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Ogle This Ice Cream Porn From the Brooklyn Flea Ice Cream Festival

Lucky for anyone who likes at least the occasional frozen treat, New York City runs deep in good ice creameries, and these parlors are especially worth celebrating in the hot months. Over the weekend, you could have done just that: The Brooklyn Flea hosted an ice cream festival at the Ft. Greene and Williamsburg flea markets, showcasing the work of more than a dozen purveyors. Photographer Emily Tan captured a nice collection of eye candy from the event; have a look at some of the city’s best scoops.

Alchemy Creamery
Alchemy Creamery
Alchemy Creamery
Alchemy Creamery
Blue Marble
Blue Marble
Butter and Scotch
Butter and Scotch
Butter and Scotch
Butter and Scotch
Butter and Scotch
Butter and Scotch
Fort Grace
Fort Grace
Fort Grace
Fort Grace
Morgenstern's
Morgenstern’s
OddFellows ice cream
OddFellows ice cream
Peoples Pops
Peoples Pops
Peoples Pops
Peoples Pops
Phin and Phebes
Phin and Phebes
Steve's Ice Cream
Steve’s Ice Cream

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Have a Taste of Pig & Khao’s BBQ Blowout at Good Company

A July downpour couldn’t stop Williamsburgians from crowding around the barbecue from the Lower East Side’s Pig & Khao, which ventured across the East River and to the back patio of Good Company (10 Hope Street) on Tuesday night. Pig & Khao’s chef and owner Leah Cohen was on hand to help serve the $10 plates, while Ducky provided the music for umbrella-holding eaters.

Have a taste of the festivities here, then head on over to our slide show for a second helping.

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The Best of 2014’s No Pants Subway Ride

Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday afternoon (Jan. 12). Celebrating its 13th year in existence, sure, the annual prank has lost some of the surprise factor. But after taking the subway with the brave individuals who were willing to go pant-less in the 40-something-degree weather, it was obvious that the the charm it had in 2002 is still there. With lots of giggles and smartphone flashes, the live performance piece that founder Charlie Todd envisioned was realized through the subways of New York and culminated in Union Square for a celebration of showing off legs and wacky undies. [ALL PHOTOS BY EMILY TAN]

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See Also:
The No Pants Subway Ride Streaks Underground (2013)
No Pants Subway Ride 2012
Watch the No Pants Subway Ride 2011
NYC No Pants Subway Ride (2010)
No Pants Day 2K9
No Pants Day! (2008)