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

Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005


It’s not difficult to find panini in Brooklyn, but finding perfectly grilled panini with interesting fillings takes a little work. Joe Eloriagga, the chef and owner of Tost, a panini and wine bar in Park Slope, offers plenty of the grilled sandwiches with great fillings such as sardines with roasted tomato and red pepper mayonnaise; prosciutto San Danielle, mozzarella and fig compote; and Gorgonzola dolce, slivers of green apple and caramelized onion. Comment


Matthew Modine was a 24-year-old actor when cast as Private Joker in Stanley Kubrick’s 1987 Vietnam epic "Full Metal Jacket." Comment


The repertoire for cello and piano is a healthy one. Comment


On Nov. 1, former New York Mets All-Star first baseman Keith Hernandez (pictured) steps up to the plate for the Cobble Hill Health Center. Funds raised at the annual "Field of Dreams" benefit, which is chaired by Hernandez and hosted by Warner Wolf, are earmarked for a planned assisted living center for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Comment


In "Cam’ron on location" [GO Brooklyn, Oct. 22, 2005] the timing of the release of Cam’ron’s DVD and CD, both titled "Killa Season," was incorrect. Both items will be released in February 2006. We regret the error. Comment


There’s a funny cast of characters behind the recently opened Cibo e Gente on Smith Street. Comment


Legendary theater-film actress Ruby Dee was at The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation’s Billie Holiday Theatre on Wednesday to celebrate the organization’s acceptance of an unprecedented $900,000 commitment from Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz’s capital budget funds. Comment


Happily, autumn has arrived, and with it a flurry of gala invitations to fabulous parties - aka GO Girl column fodder. On Tuesday night, GO Girl gratefully stashed her invite to the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s "2005 Next Wave Gala" in her ruffled handbag, slipped on her impossibly high heels and staggered off to Fort Greene. Comment


On Halloweeen, the Brooklyn Academy of Music invites trick-or-treaters (left) to its "BAM BOO!," held in front of the building located on Lafayette Avenue between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street in Fort Greene. Comment

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