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

Saturday, June 26, 2004

TEAM PLAYER

Dancing with the New York City Ballet is a dream come true for Sean Suozzi. Comment

BOLLYFOOD

One problem that Indian restaurants in some Brooklyn neighborhoods face is diner apprehension - because we’ve suffered through so many dumbed-down versions of authentic Indian cooking we approach a meal expecting disappointment. Comment

FOREVER YOUNG

Celebrate Brooklyn teams up with producer Hal Willner again this year, for a musical tribute to Neil Young on June 26 at 7:30 pm. Among the artists expected to sing Young’s material at the Prospect Park Bandshell are Cat Power, Ron Sexsmith, Iron and Wine, Jane Siberry (pictured), Antony, The Be Good Tanyas, Jenni Muldaur, Bonfire Madigan, Joan Wasser and Stan Ridgway. Comment

BROOKLYN COUTURE

Like many Brooklyn brides, when Myridith McCormack was searching for a wedding gown in 1999, she had no choice but to shop at the venerable Kleinfeld’s in Bay Ridge. Comment

KING MOBY

Musician Moby and singer-actress Theo, of the Lunachicks, will be the King Neptune and Queen Mermaid leading this year’s Mermaid Parade starting at 2 pm on Saturday, June 26. Comment

ON THE MARK

Fifteen dancers enter and exit through exposed lighting towers standing at the side of the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s opera house stage like wings. Glowing vertical panels hang above, marked with designer Stephen Hendee’s ruled geometry. The high-tech set is the stage for Mark Morris’ latest dance, "Violet Cavern," which premiered at BAM on June 8. Comment

ART BY THE SLICE

Brides-to-be listen up! Ruth Seidler, a former art conservator, has taken her considerable talent and started her own bakery, JollyBe, in Park Slope where she creates the most exquisite made-to-order cakes you’re likely to find anywhere. Comment

BORN TO EAT

Graphic documentaries have been known to make viewers lose their appetites, but on Thursday BAMcinematek will screen a film that is guaranteed to produce nausea - and a few laughs. Comment

MONSTERS IN LAW

Inside an eerie office building at the fictional 13 Court St. in Downtown Brooklyn two of its most prestigious lawyers are celebrating their silver anniversary. But these mal-practice lawyers are unlike any of the other legal eagles hastily shuffling in and out of the courthouses daily; and their clients are unlike any clients ever seen on Brooklyn’s notoriously litigious street. Comment

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