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¡Comida Mexicana querido at Authentic Mexican week

Dining: Saturday Comment

‘Check out’ the deals you can get with a library card

“Will that be cash, credit or library card?” Comment

A ‘Red Hot’ New Orleans event at BAM

The Big Easy is coming to Brooklyn. Comment

Brooklyn’s Little Italy — changing, but still Italian

In a borough that’s constantly changing, it’s comforting to know that at least one neighborhood can maintain most of its old-school charm. Comment
Dining: Our food gossip column is back! Comment
Dance: Besides mistletoe, egg nog and that sweater from grandma, there’s no greater holiday tradition than “The Nutcracker.” But no two “Nutcrackers” are alike, so we checked them all out to give you an insider’s guide. Comment

‘Fight Fest’ returns to Williamsburg’s Brick Theater

Theater: Finally, a theater series that asks the question, “Are you ready to rummmmble?” Comment
Theater: If you thought the book about a guy transformed into a bug was haunting, wait until you see it on stage. Comments (1)

Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ — live on stage next week

Music: It’s a benefit concert performance of the best-selling Beatles solo album ever — at the Bell House on Nov. 29. Comment

Bay Ridge gets its own pie social on Sunday

Event: Nothing brings folks together like some warm, homemade pie. Comment

Dan Zanes is back

Music: He’s still the king of kiddie rock — but this time, he’s playing the Music Hall of Williamsburg. Comments (1)

A rave for St Ann’s ‘Red Shoes’

A rave for St Ann’s ‘Red Shoes’

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, “The Red Shoes,” has inspired its fair share of adaptations, from films to musicals. But none have stuck as closely to the source material, while still making the story its own, quite like this one. Comments (1)

Elizabeth Streb’s gravity-defining dance troupe is back

Dance: Elizabeth Streb has a knack for testing the limits of the human body. Comment

Ayoub’s Fornino is a high-end, family friendly joint

Dining: Michael Ayoub has done the impossible — again — by creating a truly fancy restaurant that is truly family friendly. Comments (1)

Cool new kids shop on Vanderbilt Avenue

Shopping: Prospect Heights parents have a new place to shop, thanks to Livie and Boo. Comment

Yards drama will delight Ratner, appall opponents and confuse everyone else

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: “In the Footprint” retells a story best left to the historians, not the playwrights. Comments (10)

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