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Simon sings

Music: Superstar Paul Simon announces 15 nights of live music at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Comments (1)



On Feb. 3, the New York Giants and New England Patriots will be facing off in Phoenix, Ariz. in Super Bowl XLII. Here in Brooklyn, however, there will be an equally important competition: Who’s having the best Super Bowl party? Comment

‘Fan’ empowerment

Books: editor and Cobble Hill resident Will Leitch cheers on the fans in his new book, “God Save the Fan.” Comment

Salvage mission

Salvage mission

Fashion: Freegans, a group that rejects consumerism and finds its nourishment by harvesting discarded (but clean) food out of Dumpsters, have taken their movement to a new level, by staging a fashion show on Jan. 25 in Bushwick. Comment

Happy birthday

Music: The Brooklyn Philharmonic pays season-long tribute to Academy Award-winning composer, and Brooklyn native, John Corigliano. Comment

Tasty restaurant gossip

Breaking Chews: We’re dishing up Brooklyn’s latest food news! Comment

Mad for Madiba

Dining: ”Every restaurateur has to grow up at some stage,” laughed Mark Henegan, and with this month’s re-launch of Madiba, his eight-year-old South African restaurant in Fort Greene, Henegan is doing just that. Comment

Yodels and yee-haws

Music: Bluegrass and old-time string band music fans have another reason to kick up their heels: from Feb. 8 through Feb. 10, the weekend-long “Brooklyn Winter Hoedown” returns to DUMBO for a fourth year. Comment

Proudly weird

Theater: Live weekly sitcom takes to the stage in Williamsburg. Comment

Food for the home team

Food for the home team

Dining: Recipes for Super Bowl snacks from local chefs. Comment

Score with more

Event: If you’re looking to get off the couch and onto a bar stool, these bars will have the game on in a neighborhood near you. Comment

Interns wanted!

Go is now interviewing candidates for our spring internship program. Comment

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