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Thursday, May 28, 2009

The G train is now the Brooklyn local!

Shopping: Forget everything you ever heard about the G train, because it is about to become the best subway line in the MTA system. Comments (7)

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Attention, head-bangers: Indecision is back!

Nightlife: Bay Ridge’s most famous hardcore band has grown up — but it hasn’t gone soft. Comment

BAM finds its Muslim voice

Theater: A festival of Islamic art at the Brooklyn Academy of Music includes an Arabic take on “Richard III” and a concert by Youssou N’Dour. Comment

Pizza the action! Chirico’s got new wine bar on Court Street

Dining: For father and son restaurateurs Joseph and Marco Chirico, the apple — or in this case, the olive — doesn’t fall from the tree. Comment

Get your fala-fill at the Lebanese food fest

Event: A three-day Middle Eastern food fair is coming to Brooklyn Heights this weekend. Comments (1)

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Just four more days to win Wilco tickets!

Smash or Trash: Our contest to win two free tickets to Wilco’s July 13 show at Coney Island ends on May 31. Enter today! With video … Comments (5)

Book him! Barrio honcho now serving at the library

Dining: Spencer Rothschild has brought his Latin beach cuisine to the Brooklyn Public Library. Comments (1)

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The best thing we ate this week: Jacques Torres is making ice cream!

Dining: He conquered the world of high-end truffles and bon-bons. Then he made us look forward to winter with his hot chocolate. When he started baking, his kitchen quickly created the best chocolate chip cookies and brownies in the city. With video … Comment

Friday, May 22, 2009

The day the music died: Williamsburg’s Black Betty to close

Nightlife: The influential Williamsburg music venue Black Betty is closing on a blue note. Comments (9)

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