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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Jacques treat! Torres getting into ice cream

Dining: Chocolatier Jacques Torres has again made mouths water by spilling the beans on his latest treat: DUMBO’s Willy Wonka is expanding into ice cream. Comments (1)

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Bite of spring

Dining: Our top chef offers her contribution to The Brooklyn Paper’s spring fever coverage. Comment

It’s spring fever time

Everyone talks about global warming, but no one seems to do anything about it. In other words, baby it was cold outside for much of the past four months. Comment

Big Impression(ism): Caillebotte at the Brooklyn Museum

Art: Gustave Caillebotte may be the Rutherford B. Hayes of Impressionist painters. True, his name might not often be mentioned in the same breath as Monet and Renoir, but without this canvas jockey, the whole artistic movement might never have gotten off the lily pad. Comment

New fancy beer store in Greenpoint

Shopping: Buying beer in Greenpoint is about to become a gourmet experience. Comment

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

This ‘Bus’ breaks down

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Mike McLaughlin, the butcher of Flatbush Avenue Extension, slams “Bus Stop” at the Gallery Players. Comments (2)

Authors may want to plead the ‘fourth,’ thanks to Heights college prize

Books: For some novelists, the fourth time’s the charm — especially if they win a new prize being offered to fourth novelists by St. Francis College. Comment

Shake your Coney-maker to ‘save’ the People’s Playground

Coney Island: One awesome party next week might not be enough to save Coney Island, but it can’t hurt. Comments (2)

High-wire act in Williamsburg

Dance: Whizzing gizmos, flying trapezes, rooftop jumps, and revolving 20-foot floors — all part of STREB dance company’s opening show on March 27. Comment

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