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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Monday, Oct. 11, 2010

The best bird art isn’t even on the walls

Art: Take the Fred Tomaselli bird walk through Prospect Park for some real-life nature. Comment

Friday, Oct. 8, 2010

Two very different artists, two very different books, one subject: life

Books: Meet graphic memoirists Martin Lemelman and Julia Wertz at Word Bookshop next week. Comment

Fred Tomaselli show at the Brooklyn Museum starts Friday

Art: Artist Fred Tomaselli’s black light poster-esque psychedelic images are everywhere — online, in books, and even on album covers — but to truly appreciate the art, you need to see it live. Comments (1)

Lemon-y goodness at BAM this month

Dance: Ralph Lemon is back, plumbing the depth of pain. Comment

Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010

Simply the best! Mile End leads Bklyn to top of Zagat Survey

Dining: The newest deli in the city is now officially the best deli in the city. Comments (7)

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A ‘Fare’ to remember

Dining: While Brooklyn was busy racking up acclaim in the Zagat Guide, Brooklyn Fare earned the borough another gold star — or two, actually, in the latest edition of the highly regarded Michelin Guide. Comment

Vito needs a new clubhouse? Here’s our guide

Dining: Now that Cono’s is closed, we all need a new place to call our own. Thankfully, we’ve found them. Comments (5)

New pier show in Red Hook asks you to get in ‘line’

Art: Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s new exhibition is “Lineage.” It’s about lines. Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010

Abdi Farah, reality TV ‘artist,’ meets his viewers

Art: Their favorite son made it big. Comment

‘City of Walls’ duo has a new installment for Comic Con

Books: It all starts this weekend. Comment

Worst movie ever? Sounds like a great idea for a show!

Theater: “Plan 9 From Outer Space” gets the theatrical treatment this month at the Brick. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010

Sharon Van Etten finds a home at the Rock Shop on Saturday

Music: Sharon Van Etten’s best move may have been getting the hell out of Nashville. Comment

It’s Wagner on steroids (and with burlesque) as ‘The Ring’ hits Bushwick

Theater: Forget holy deities — the gods of 1980s-era America were World Wrestling Federation stars. Comment

It’s time to heed the fall craft advisory

Shopping: Fall into the season with a timely market, a new boutique, and updates to a borough favorite. Comment

The best baklava is in Bay Ridge

Dining: To baklava connoisseurs, Samia Ziade’s baklava is legendary. It is the kind of stuff rarely found in this country — airy, not too sticky or tooth-achingly sweet like most baklava. Comments (1)

Monday, Oct. 4, 2010

Get it while it’s hot (and before the city shuts it down)

Dining: Two ladies are running a great restaurant out of their Prospect Lefferts Gardens backyard. Cue the bureaucrats! Comments (1)

What is the ‘taste’ of Hawthorn?

Dining: Here’s the menu at Taste of Hawthorne (at least as long as the city allows it to keep operating) Comment

Even ‘Angels and Accordions’ has to die!

Dance: Green-Wood Cemetery’s site-specific show ends its life at the boneyard this Saturday. Comment

The ‘Soul’ returns to the Bell House this weekend

Music: It’s the second-annual Brooklyn Soul Festival. Comment

Tell Tchaikovsky the news!

Music: Great music, no instruments. Comment

Still ‘Rail’ing after all these years

Books: The Brooklyn Rail puts out a 10th anniversary anthology. Sure, they’re competitors, but, hey, we’re big enough to say, “Good job, guys.” Comments (1)

Friday, Oct. 1, 2010

Rube ‘Goldberg’! Reis sheds his chameleon skin again in Slope.

Foodie-in-Chief: Now he’s opening a taqueria. Plus all the food gossip from our “Foodie in Chief.” Comment

The tragedy of war — quite literally — in this play about Kosovo

Theater: It took a very real tragedy to get a group of actors to confront a ruthless world. Comment

Taste — and support — Red Hook with charity food fundraiser

Dining: It’s not often you can feel good about yourself after a round of binge eating — but at the Taste of Red Hook fundraiser on Oct. 6, you can stuff your gut in the name of charity. Comment

Monday, Sept. 27, 2010

‘Kind of a Funny’ Park Slope story

Cinema: Filmmakers and novelist — all from the Slope — collaborate on big Hollywood film, “It’s Kind of a Funny Story.” Comment