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Friday, Dec. 18, 2009

Are you a nerd — or looking for one? Come to Union Hall on Dec. 29

Event: Union Hall will host an unprecedented speed dating night for nerds, because nerds need love, too! Comments (2)

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Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009

No bull! This Montreal man will change your notion of pastrami forever

Dining: Noah Bernamoff is taking Brooklyn’s national dish to a new level. Comments (15)

Face it, you need help finding some bubbly for New Year’s Eve

Shopping: And the Greene Grape is happy to lend a hand. Comments (1)

They’re pudding on the ritz at Gordon Bennett

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: You don’t go to a British-style pub for the food — and you certainly don’t go for the dessert. Comments (3)

Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2009

We did it! Paper helps singer raise money for new album

Music: Singer-songwriter Greta Gertler will finish her new album — and she has Brooklyn (and its Paper) to thank for it. Comments (3)

Monday, Dec. 14, 2009

Chewing it over with novelist Jonathan Safran Foer

Books: Our exclusive interview with the greatest writer of his generation, whose new book, “Eating Animals,” is a non-fiction work about the disaster that is mass consumption of meat. Comments (11)

Places for non-meat treats? Here are five from Foer

Books: He’s a vegetarian and a Brooklynite — which means novelist Jonathan Safran Foer has pretty strong opinions about the best places to avoid eating animals. Comments (6)

Foer vows: I will return to fiction

Books: Don’t worry, fiction fans — Jonathan Safran Foer says his journey into journalism is over. Comments (1)

The full Foer: Read the transcript

Books: Here is the full transcript of The Brooklyn Paper’s interview with novelist Jonathan Safran Foer (“Everything is Illuminated”), author of the new anti-meat book, “Eating Animals” (Little, Brown). Comments (3)

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