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Theater: Cate Blanchett revival of Tennesse Williams classic is already sold out at BAM. Comments (1)
Forget Minnesota Fats playing in a smoke-filled room. Today’s Brooklyn pool halls are good clean fun. Comments (3)
Sometimes, you want to knock around a few balls while having a beer. Here’s where to go. Comment

The greatest! Jean Balukas — pool legend — speaks!

This is the exclusive you’ve all been waiting for: Jean Balukas, the greatest female pool player in history, recalls her glory days. Comments (4)

Jonathan Blum has a 10-year retrospective coming up

Art: The Park Slope artist may be the most prolific painter in the city. Comments (2)
Music: A festival next month will present every single song by the biggest band ever — on the smallest guitar ever. Comment

Paul Auster is back with another mystery

Books: The Park Sloper’s new book, “Invisible,” is not about a character that can’t be seen, but rather about the moments in a life that fly under the radar. Clearly, it’s not autobiographical. Comments (2)

Deity goes from dancing to dinner

Dining: Brooklyn doesn’t have many restaurants like Deity. Comments (1)

Ring a ding dunce

Bay News: A bone-headed Brooklynite who tried -- and failed -- to hire a hit man to take out his estranged wife was singing the jailhouse blues Monday when he was sentenced to two to six years in prison. Comment

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