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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Norah Jones to open Celebrate Brooklyn

Music: Cobble Hill resident Norah Jones will get back to what she does best — performing before adoring audiences instead of irking her window-hating neighbors — and kick off Celebrate Brooklyn with a free concert on June 9. Comments (2)

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Mean streets on display at BAM

Art: For those whose school bus was the subway, and sprinklers were fire hydrants, the Brooklyn Academy of Music has a photo exhibit is for you. Comment

Great rock photo exhibit at Boerum Hill’s DeCastellane Gallery

Art: For those mourning the closing of the Brooklyn Museum’s “Who Shot Rock” exhibition, there’s another show in town where you can get your fix of rock photography. Comment

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Fatty ‘Cue opens in Williamsburg

Dining: And the duck is amazing! Comments (1)

Gotta dance! But they need a brownstone in which to do it

Dance: A Brooklyn dance company needs a home. Several, actually. Comment

Library is on Fire is heating things up in Williamsburg

Music: All things considered, you’d think Steve Five would stay in Ohio. Comment

Monday, March 29, 2010

Air apparent! It takes more than hot licks to win the air guitar championships

Music: Sure, it takes talent to wail on an axe in front of a blood-thirsty crowd — but it takes some serious finesse to put on a show with nothing but the music at your back and the wind between your fingertips. Comment

Friday, March 26, 2010

Andy in a box! Our columnist gives the gift of love

Campbell’s Soup: There really is nothing better than giving someone a life-sized replica of your genitals. Comments (11)

Hey, Sean, what’s up with that towel?

Theater: Sean Edward Lewis is used to doing underground theater. With his ensemble Lilac Co. and St. John’s Theatre, he’s performed primarily in a church basement in Greenpoint. Comments (1)

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