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That Rushdie really is a legend

From a death sentence to kids books — is there no end to Salman Rushdie’s talents? Comment

Glidden paints a picture of Israel through the eyes of a skeptic

Sarah Glidden thought she was leaving her art studio in Greenpoint for a 10-day trip through Israel, but it turns out she was embarking on a deeply personal and spiritual journey. Comment

Pie in the sky this Sunday in Williamsburg

This baking contest sure won’t be easy as pie. Comment

The last greenmarket guide you’ll ever need

The last place you want to be in the middle of November is outdoors, but that’s where you’ll find the best, freshest produce in Brooklyn. Comment

Yes, but are greenmarkets overpriced?

Wondering how a greenmarket will hit your wallet? Here’s a look at the last week’s prices at the Windsor Terrace Greenmarket. Comment

Another chance to get ‘Baked’

Get Baked right in your own home. Comment

Girls! Girls! Girls! An old-time Ziegfeld-like spectacle at Galapagos on Sunday

Once you do the math, it’s only $1 a dance. Comment

Brooklyn’s best chefs share their tips

Ever wish you could bend your favorite chef’s ear for some advice in the kitchen? Well, with the holiday cooking season upon us, we asked some of the top foodies working in Brooklyn to share their tips in the kitchen. The results are some basic rules to stand by, as well as tried-and-true methods. You’re welcome. Comment

Saturday recipe corner! It’s easy being green with beans this good

City Tech isn’t just about technology. If you’re looking to brush up on cooking skills, or even just looking for new ideas, the continuing education is offering special culinary classes this month. Comment

Ladies night! Clover Club reveals its secrets — but only to women

Nightlife: On Nov. 11, a woman’s-only drinks-making class is a true cocktail tease. Comment

War stories at the Old Stone House next Thursday

Books: Four vets share the hell of battle in the heart of a peacenik neighborhood. Comment

This weekend’s sales and markets

Shopping: Brooklyn is gearing up for the holidays — so why wait? Get shopping with our help. Comment

Annie Keating, Park Slope parent, celebrates her fourth album at Southpaw

Music: The show is next Wednesday at the Fifth Avenue club — her home turf. Comment
Music: Where would Carly Simon, Alanis Morissette, and 99 percent of country musicians be without bad breakups? Comments (1)

Believe it! American finally wins Slope chili cookoff

Dining: And you get the recipe, too. Comments (1)

The marathon is not just about running

Dining: The athletes will jog, but you need to eat. Here’s our guide. Comments (3)

Our guide to the Brooklyn portion of the route

Event: Even if you won’t spend three hours running the New York City Marathon this Sunday, that doesn’t mean you have to sit on your butt at home. Comment

King Con lives up to its name — starting on Thursday

Event: Call it King Con: The Revenge. Comment

Ein stein! Craft beer festival comes to Red Star Bar

Event: The more you enjoy this annual Greenpoint festival, the less you’ll remember it. Comment

Debbie Almontaser to speak on Friday

Cinema: A new film dissects how a Muslim-American educator turned into Public Enemy Number 1. Comment
Nightlife: What a ride it’s been for the Wasabassco Burlesque troupe — and we’ve got the pictures to prove it. Comment

Stage version of Kurosawa’s ‘Macbeth’ film is a chrysanthemum ‘Throne’

Theater: “Throne of Blood” plays at BAM next week. Comment

Hot time! Burlesque returns to Red Hook on Saturday night

Nightlife: Red Burlesque has a second run at Sugar Lounge. Comments (2)
Theater: For Abby Browde and Michael Silverstone’s latest production, the two theatrical types wanted to work in the least theatrical-like setting possible. And lucky for them, they found it only a few blocks from where they live. Comment

Saturday recipe corner! It’s easy being green with beans this good

Dining: City Tech’s adult education program serves up something good. Comment
Art: A new retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum will change the way you think about this much-derided painter. Comment
Books: Since Robert Zimmerman changed his name to Bob Dylan, he’s transfixed, confused, annoyed and inspired generations of listeners. Chief among them Greil Marcus. Comments (1)

One ‘Curious’ play headlines the fall at the Narrows Community Theater

Theater: A forgotten gem is getting its due. Comment

Our full Halloween parade roundup

Event: You’ve got your costume together, now show it off! Here’s a rundown of Halloween parades happening in a neighborhood near you, for those on two legs and even four! And don’t miss the grand-daddy of them all — the Park Slope Civic Council parade on Sunday night. Comment

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