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What’s in this Junk Science?

Take the rhythms and voice of El-P from his 2002 album “Fantastic Damage.” Then add … Comment

Check out this ‘Junk’ at the Knitting Factory on Friday

Not much has changed since Baje One and DJ Snafu were teenagers. Comment

‘Score’! Swap meet returns on May 29

You’re sure to score at this event. Comment

This ‘Lion’ roars for two Zimbabwean exiles

Two Zimbabwean greats combine for a poetic fusion of dance and music this month. Comment

This ‘Bad Idea’ sounds pretty damn sexy

Jonny Porkpie has a bad idea. Comment

It’s a pizza the action for Cucina legend Michael Ayoub

Like his pizza, Michael Ayoub’s career as a pizza man has been circular — when he opens his second outpost of Williamsburg pizza spot Fornino this week in Park Slope, he’ll be returning to the space where he first made his mark nearly 20 years ago at Cucina, once the lone high-quality eatery in Park Slope. Comment
Music: And it’s too big for just one venue! Comment

Go to Southpaw to laugh at cancer

Nightlife: A benefit — plus some laughs. Comments (4)

This ‘Bad Idea’ sounds pretty damn sexy

Nightlife: Jonny Porkpie has a bad idea. Comments (2)

reBar is retooled in DUMBO

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Don’t worry, it’s good news, thanks to chef Jeremy Leech. Comment

The ‘Gersh’ is back!

Dining: ReBar has recreated the greatest cocktail ever — the Gersh. Our writer is so proud. Comment

It’s a pizza the action for Cucina legend Michael Ayoub

Dining: Like his pizza, Michael Ayoub’s career as a pizza man has been circular — when he opens his second outpost of Williamsburg pizza spot Fornino this week in Park Slope, he’ll be returning to the space where he first made his mark nearly 20 years ago at Cucina, once the lone high-quality eatery in Park Slope. Comments (3)

‘Tusk’ tusk! Fleetwood Mac-loving band honors forgotten, but great, album

Music: A long-overdue tribute to Lindsay Buckingham’s seminal work. Comments (1)

Gallery Players have an ‘Angel’ on 14th Street

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The troupe’s revival of “City of Angels” is a hit. Comment

DUMBO’s new ‘Front’

Dining: The ritzy Five Front is now Brooklyn Bridge Gardens, a new bar near Brooklyn Bridge Park that will open this Friday. Comment

‘Swoon’ing for Haiti with a sculpture show about the earthquake

Art: After Haiti’s devastating earthquake, a celebrated Brooklyn street artist wanted to make a difference — by making art. Comment

Chew on this! Two cooking giants square off at Sunday’s Taste of Williamsburg

Dining: The Peck vs. Suarez battle is the highlight of the all-afternoon food fest. Comment

Get ready to ‘Jumble’! Bike flea market coming to Slope

Shopping: Brooklyn is a borough of cyclists. Lucky for you, recession-friendly transportation is about to get a discount at a bicycle-themed flea market. Comment
Art: Marc Granager’s photos from the Algerian War of Independence in the 1960s are a must-see. Comment

New Nerve Tank piece is short on dialogue, long on modern angst

Theater: This avant-garde theater group aims to set off a dirty bomb in your brain. Comment

The tastiest restaurant gossip — including, of course, Roberta’s!

Foodie-in-Chief: It’s been a yummy week. Here are our tastiest morsels of restaurant openings, closings and, of course, some really good gossip. Comments (1)
The Best Thing We Ate This Week: This is what you have been dreaming about for years. Comment

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