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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Boar stiff! F. Martinella Deli closes on Court Street

Dining: The pastrami experiment has failed. Comments (2)
Dining: It’s dim sum time! Comments (1)

Funny money, Walt Whitman and Robinson Crusoe are all just off stage

Waiting in the Wings: Lots of upcoming works, including a spoof of our financial system. Comment

Go off the eaten path for your dim sum

Dining: It ain’t just dumplings, as our iron-stomached reporter discovered (to his gastronomical enjoyment). Comments (1)

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Event: Our reviewer renders his verdict: Cole Brothers is not the “Greatest Show on Earth” — or even in Brooklyn this summer. Comments (6)
Cinema: It’s coming to Celebrate Brooklyn this Saturday. Comments (1)

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

The Park Slope man who saved ‘Purple Rain’!

Cinema: One of the most exciting events of the summer is a participatory screening of Prince’s classic film “Purple Rain” in Prospect Park — but it never could have happened without one Park Slope man. Comments (1)

It’s time to take the bassoon seriously — we mean it!

Music: A legendary bassoon master has come to Park Slope for an open-ended run — so it’s time for you to give the bassoon another chance. Comments (2)

Irish guys will be smiling at Jalopy

Music: Irish folk music joins the lineup at Brooklyn’s pre-eminent folk music champion on Columbia Street. Comment

Monday, July 27, 2009

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The Butcher of Flatbush Avenue Extension has some very nice things to say about the Gallery Players’ production of “King Lear.” Comment

Friday, July 24, 2009


We smash Cobalt and the Hired Guns

Smash or Trash: Cobalt and the Hired Guns is playing Saturday night at Union Hall — that’s tomorrow! July 25! — so the Smash or Trash team gives them the shot in the arm that they so badly need. This band is a smash! Comments (4)

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