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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Saturday, May 29, 2004


This Saturday, May 29, and Sunday, May 30, Smack Mellon Gallery in DUMBO will host "In Serenity, We Face," a program featuring the New York debut of works by five performance groups from Tokyo. Comment


Let me confess: I am not a big fan of Tony Kushner. Comment


How much has Fort Greene changed? Ten years ago, liquor stores kept their bottles behind bulletproof Plexiglas. Now the houses sell for a million dollars a piece, the streets are lined with bistros and there are wine shops with easy access to the goods. Comment


As if you needed an excuse to go shopping, you can now splurge for an artistic cause when the DUMBO Bazaar returns this Saturday, May 29. The bazaar, organized by the non-profit mobile arts organization Nest, will offer works for sale by local artisans, as well as live music and a bar. Comment


Chef Marc Elliot, the Grateful Dead enthusiast and seafood maven of Cobble Hill, has relocated. Comment


When Matt Schicker and Heather Curran took over direction of the Gallery Players’ Black Box New Play Festival last year they made a dramatic departure from with the past. Instead of focusing on presenting new one-act plays, they inaugurated an active program of developing plays throughout the season, with the festival as the culmination of the effort. Comment


The Seventh Annual Brooklyn International Film Festival, "Stretch Edition," kicks off June 4 at the Brooklyn Museum. One hundred films from 30 countries will be shown at this international film competition, which continues through June 13. Comment

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