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Books: Melted cheddar on toast is back and better than ever, baby! Comment

Grilled cheese is nice — but it’s better with Scotch!

Dining: Gary Forsyth of Noorman’s Kil gives us the lowdown. Comment
Event: This year’s Open House New York will open up more than 300 sites throughout the five boroughs — and we’ve got your guide to the coolest things to do and see in the county of Kings. Comment
Music: Brooklyn-based composer and experimental guitar guru Marc Ribot will perform his original musical score to Charlie Chaplin’s “The Kid” live at a screening of the film at PS 10 in the South Slope on Oct. 15. Comment
Event: Why wait for Halloween to dress up your dog in a ridiculous getup when you can do it two weeks early? Comment

‘Onion’ wry! ‘Finest News Source’ turns its rapier wit to sports

Books: Finally, an event for both sports fans and sports haters. Comment
Event: It all begins on Oct. 16. Comments (2)

Some fine sports headlines from the Onion

Books: Onion head writer Seth Reiss gave us his five favorite sports headlines from the world’s finest news source. Comment
Dining: But make sure you’re actually making apple pie if you want to win. Comments (1)

Good vibrations! Brooklyn College revives Sarah Ruhl sexually charged show

Theater: “In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Show”) has buzz for all the right reasons. Comment
Dining: Once again, a humble side dish takes center stage. Comment
Theater: In the Rabbit Hole Ensemble’s final play in the “Frankenstein” trilogy, the roles of doctor and monster are played by women. Comments (4)

Beer-tacular: Get woozy on craft brew at the Brooklyn Pour

Event: It’s all-you-can drink, too. Comments (3)

‘Virgen’ territory! Karen O unleashes ‘psycho opera’ on DUMBO

DUMBO: The Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer creates a “cathartic” ride for St. Ann’s Warehouse — and shuns our interview requests. Comments (1)

Roast beast! This sandwich is amazing

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Artisan Food Valley made $10.50 feel like the bargain of the century. Comments (3)

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