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Irish ayes! If you want to celebrate St. Pats, you need this article

Kiss us, we’ve gone Irish. Comment

It’s Purim — so get baking those hamantaschen

You can usually find hamantaschen — those three-cornered cookies filled with fruit or poppy seeds — year-round in bakeries. But traditionally, it’s a treat meant to be enjoyed during the Jewish holiday of Purim. Comment

Rabbit Hole’s ‘Frankenstein’ is still a sexy beast

It’s alive — again! Comment

Zulu’s kings

They’ve come a long way from “Graceland.” Comment

Checkin’ in with … comic writer Jane Borden

Checkin’ in with: The new “It” girl of Brooklyn literature chats with our “It” reporter. Comments (1)
Theater: It’s alive — again! Comment

Diamonds on the souls of their shoes — Ladysmith Black Mambazo in Brooklyn next week

Music: They’ve come a long way from “Graceland.” Comment

‘It’s Always Sunny’ at the Bell House — on March 15

Nightlife: The Bell House loves it some television. Comment

Checkin’ in with … comedy writer Mike Sacks

Checkin’ in with: Another interview — and breakfast — with a great Park Slope writer. Comments (2)
Art: A new exhibit shows off the newest items in a great museum’s attic. Comments (1)

Diamonds on the souls of their shoes — Ladysmith Black Mambazo in Brooklyn next week

They’ve come a long way from “Graceland.” Comment
Theater: Get ready for the ultimate piece of escapism. Comments (1)

You gotta see this ‘Hamlet’ at the Heights Players

Theater: Shakespeare is at the top of his game on Willow Place. Comments (2)
Theater: And he’s bringing his act to Kingsborough on March 19. Comment
Event: Nobody puts together a comprehensive roundup like Bay Ridgite Michelle Manetti. Comments (2)

Don’t give up! It may be Lent, but here are foods that we won’t do without

Dining: Mardi Gras is over, so the faithful are about to give up something for the 40 days of Lent. Comments (1)

The roots of gentrification — it’s all in this new book

Books: Why do people hate Park Slope? The answer to that question goes back to World War II. Find out on March 14. Comments (4)

A feast fit for three kings — where to eat out this Christmas Eve

Dining: Sure, Christmas Eve is one of the big “family nights” on the Gregorian calendar, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take the family out to a great meal at one of the few borough restaurants that are open. Here’s our guide to the best Christmas Eve dining options (minus Chinese restaurants, which never seem to close). Comment

Yum-Yum! Regina Opera does ‘The Mikado’

Let’s face it, everyone loves “The Mikado.” Comment

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