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Friday, March 11, 2011

Checkin’ in with … comic writer Jane Borden

Checkin’ in with: The new “It” girl of Brooklyn literature chats with our “It” reporter. Comments (1)

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

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

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Checkin’ in with … comedy writer Mike Sacks

Checkin’ in with: Another interview — and breakfast — with a great Park Slope writer. Comments (2)

Brooklyn Museum’s new show thinks ‘Big’ about design

Art: A new exhibit shows off the newest items in a great museum’s attic. Comments (1)

A divine ‘Comedy’ from Propeller troupe at BAM

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)

Frank Ferrante’s Groucho is right on the Marx

Theater: And he’s bringing his act to Kingsborough on March 19. Comment

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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

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)

Monday, March 7, 2011

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)

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