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

Saturday, April 2, 2005


A proud defender of the underdog, singer-songwriter Adam Stengel has recently donned the hat of record label executive in the hopes of getting his own work and that of other musicians out into the pop music marketplace with his new label, 67 Records. Comment


Soda Lounge reminded me of guys I once knew. I’d meet them in bars or at parties and think, "No." Comment


Does dry, sophisticated wine for Passover seem like an oxymoron? It might if a glass of syrupy sweet Manischewitz accompanied your matzoh balls and brisket on the Seder table. On Sunday, April 3, from 5 pm to 7 pm, the Park Slope Jewish Center is hosting the Second Annual Passover Wine Festival, and no, Manischewitz isn’t invited. Comment


Kiku means "chrysanthemum" in Japanese, which may explain the restaurant’s subtle pale green and cool gray color-scheme and its quiet, Zen-like ambience. Walk through the door and soft-voiced waitresses lead you to a banquette with the grace of geishas. Comment


On April 5, the fifth annual Brooklyn Jewish Film Festival kicks off with the New York premiere of the French film "The Grand Role," directed by Steve Suissa. Although this edition of the festival is titled "Stand Up and Laugh," there isn’t much to laugh about in this movie about a Jewish actor, Maurice (Stephane Freiss), who auditions for the role of Shylock in a famous American director’s Yiddish screen version of "The Merchant of Venice," but doesn’t get to keep the part. Comment


Award-winning social activist singer-songwriters Pat Humphries & Sandy O will perform in a combination fundraiser and celebration of social justice at the First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn Heights on Friday, April 8. Comment


Choreographer James Kudelka, artistic director of the National Ballet of Canada since 1996, had an idea for a new ballet after staging the perennial favorite, "The Nutcracker." Comment


In modern times it’s become almost commonplace to reinterpret Shakespeare - switching gender, setting, order of scenes and more. But few renditions of Shakespeare come close to the chaos of Jess Winfield, Adam Long and Daniel Singer’s "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)." Comment

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