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Daniel Kitson is fantastic in one-man show at St. Ann’s Warehouse

Daniel Kitson is enviously entertaining. Comment

A ‘Tempest’ with a superhero twist

If you always thought Shakespeare could use more ka-pow, this is the play for you. Comment

OTiS will elevate you this Saturday night at Southpaw

It only took 10 years, but Craig Schoenbaum finally has a band. Comment

‘Staples’ center! Gospel legend Mavis to play the Bell House next week

Mavis Staples is the queen of reinvention.Mavis Staples at the Bell House [149 Seventh St. between Second and Third avenues in Gowanus, (718) 643-6510], Jan. 18 at 7 pm. Tickets $35 in advance, $40 at the door. For info, visit www.thebellhouseny.com. Comment

Ring in the New Year in style in these dresses

Nightlife: Almost as big a question as what you’re going to do on New Year’s Eve is, what are you going to wear? Of course, you can always forego your tired wardrobe and buy something new, and we found the perfect items in which you can ring in the New Year — dresses that are chic yet still affordable (well, there’s one splurge in there). Comment

Love ‘Letters’! Dance work inspired by history’s greatest epistles

They’re words that move hearts — and feet! Comment

Got MLK? Brooklyn honors Dr. King on Monday

Event: Sure, we all take the time to remember Martin Luther King, Jr. this time this year on the anniversary of his birthday. Though few of us have as vivid a memory of the man as Jimmy Hayes does. Comment

‘Women’ on the verge! Heights Players prison comedy is a riot

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: There is something incongruous about seeing a production of “Women Behind Bars,” a 1975 Tom Eyen play that was a smash hit when it starred Divine and opened Off-Off-Broadway, in the former church on quaint (and historic) Willow Place in Brooklyn Heights that the Heights Players have called home since 1962. Comments (1)

Daniel Kitson is fantastic in one-man show at St. Ann’s Warehouse

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Ignore the title; “The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church” is a thirill ride. Comment

Fort Greene is the star of this show

Francis Morrone is slowly becoming a borough expert, neighborhood by neighborhood. Comment

Brooklyn beer — OK, and some history, too — at the Historical Society next week

Event: Urban tour guides David Naczycz and Cindy VandenBosch want to share a beer, and some history, with you. Comment
Theater: If you always thought Shakespeare could use more ka-pow, this is the play for you. Comment

OTiS will elevate you this Saturday night at Southpaw

Music: It only took 10 years, but Craig Schoenbaum finally has a band. Comment
Music: It’ll be two hard days’ nights of Beatles on ukuleles this weekend at Brooklyn Bowl. Comments (2)

‘Staples’ center! Gospel legend Mavis to play the Bell House next week

Music: If you don’t catch Mavis Staples next Tuesday night, you’re making a big mistake. Comment
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Pants on fire! Bottomless subway ride heats up the rails

Event: Our inside look at the 10th annual (legal!) pantless commute. Comments (2)

Burger time! Morton’s chef shows you how its done

Prime Time: The burger is an American classic — but it’s not always so classic anymore. Comments (3)
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Join our pants-free staff!

Event: Senior Reporter Andy Campbell and new scribe Natalie O’Neill dropped their drawers and joined the annual No-Pants Subway Ride, while Gersh Kuntzman anchored the action from the Community Newspaper Group building in Downtown Brooklyn. Comment

Simone Dinnerstein’s instant ‘classic’ returns on Sunday

Brooklyn has its own certifiable mini-Carnegie Hall, and you have Simone Dinnerstein to thank. Comment
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Hear his defeaning onion rings!

Podcast: We went to Morton’s for a burger and ended up having our eardrums blown out by the crispiness of the onion rings! Hear it for yourself in this priceless one-minute video (advisory: turn your volume DOWN!). Comment

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