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Even ‘Angels and Accordions’ has to die!

These angels’ time on earth is up. Comment

Lemon-y goodness at BAM this month

Out of the death of a loved one springs the choreographer’s latest moving piece, “How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere?” which premieres at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this month. Comment

The ‘Soul’ returns to the Bell House this weekend

Richard Lewis didn’t want to jinx anything. Comment

Get your ‘Fela’ for free at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Awesome: A concert version of the hit Broadway show — for free! Comments (3)

Remember this — Myla Goldberg is the ‘It’ girl of Brooklyn literature

Books: A new book keeps the “Bee Season” writer humming. Comment

Now you can cook like the Brooklyn pros

Books: The borough’s restaurant scene has never been hotter — and now it finally has its own cookbook. Comment

A few of her favorite things

Books: Myla Goldberg gives us a tour of her Kensington. Comment

You can’t ‘Beet’ this salad

Books: A free recipe from “The New Brookly Cookbook.” Comment

Tom Chapin’s Sunday folk festival

Music: Catch the singer at the Brooklyn Center. Comment

This is the way to ring in Oktober

Awesome: The main event may be in Germany, but over here, you can still get some Oktoberfest action, thanks to Kelso of Brooklyn’s own outdoor brews, brats, and beats event on Oct. 2. Comment
Books: A jackhammer cracks the road open, a car alarm blares and the F train brings a rumble of thunder from above every 10 minutes. Comments (1)

Classic silent films return to Brooklyn Public Library — with live piano

Cinema: It’s hard to keep quiet about silent film this good. Comment

Lord of the fleas? You will be with this week’s Market Watch

Shopping: Last week, we introduced our new column, Market Watch. This week, we continue it! Comments (1)

Brooklyn — In Dean Haspiel’s words

Books: Dean Haspiel can talk as much as a draws. Here are some of his insights into his work, career and, of course, Brooklyn. Comment

Hot time in the city thanks to the Botanic Garden’s Chile Pepper festival

Event: The world is a volatile place — so perhaps it’s no surprise that the only thing that everyone agrees upon is the beauty and joy of the fiery chili pepper. Comment

Haspiel takes on Castro in Lockpez’s bittersweet revolution memoir

Art: If comic books were DVDs, this would be the “making of” extra. Comment

The most egg-cellent sandwich

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Put down this newspaper or click the red circle on the top left corner of this web page and head right now to Five Leaves in Greenpoint for the best egg sandwich in the city. Comments (1)

This ‘Dead’ play is very much alive

Theater: Paging Mr. Sartre! A new play at the Irondale Center offers a new ‘Exit’ ramp Comment

A real ‘meat’ and greet at Roberta’s

Dining: Brooklyn, you’re about to witness the most epic all-you-can-meat party the borough has ever known. Comments (1)

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