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Friday, July 9, 2010

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Bard in Bklyn! This summer, it’s Shakespeare in the (real) park

Theater: It’s Shakespeare in the Park — our park! Comment

Too much summer Shakespeare? Here’s more

Theater: What is it about the summer and Shakespeare? Ibsen doesn’t get all of winter for productions of his dreary shows. And why doesn’t Arthur Miller get that ultimate season of death, the fall? Comment

Say ‘Ola’ to David Wingo at Littlefield next week

Music: By day, David Wingo is a composer, having left his mark on such films as “All the Real Girls” and “Gentlemen Broncos.” Comment

Get the lead out with this stained glass workshop

Fort Greene: Become a glass act in just a few days. Comment

Yeah, but what is stained glass?

Art: You’ve seen it in the windows of churches and on really expensive lamps, but what is stained glass? Comment

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

It’s time for you to have the perfect bra

Shopping: More than 80 percent of women are wearing the wrong bra size, killing their support, weakening their posture and ultimately causing pain to themselves and, perhaps, others. Comments (4)

Tips for putting your breast foot forward

Shopping: Fittings are free at Iris Lingerie — and owner Iris Clarke’s got an extensive array of low- to high-end lingerie to choose from. But in the meantime, here are Clarke’s top-three tips for finding the perfect undergarment. Comment

Even under Obama, Clinton is still the man

Music: Of course, we’re talking about George Clinton. Comment

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Food smarts for the finicky locavore

Books: From milking goats and hunting monkfish to working at an organic restaurant, Melanie Rehak gets down and dirty with her food. Comment

Monday, July 5, 2010

Sedaris family values at the Old Stone House

Theater: The Park Slope-based Piper Theatre made a conscious decision to move away from Shakespeare this summer — and it couldn’t have found a better opposite to the Great Bard than the Sedaris Family. Comment

Cap the World Cup in style with an African music show

Music: It’s OkayAfrica — and it’s Sunday, July 11 at the band shell in Prospect Park. Comment

Sunday, July 4, 2010

JellyNYC releases its ‘pool party’ schedule

Music: And it’s a good one. Comment

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