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Monday, Oct. 31, 2011

The Marathon in Brooklyn — 12 miles of beers

Event: Here’s our running guide to not running in next Sunday’s big (make that long) race. Comments (6)

Friday, Oct. 28, 2011

It’s a burlesque exxxplosion as Wasabassco celebrates seven years!

Event: The biggest blow out in the history of blowouts. Comments (3)

Your weekend reads — from three booksellers

Books: Once again, the ladies of BookMark Shoppe, Greenlight and Word give us their hot books of the week. Comment

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011

Modern times! New Brooklyn Museum show explores Jazz Age art

Art: After nearly five years of preparation, the Brooklyn Museum is finally ready to unveil its 100-plus piece exhibition honoring modernity, technology, and progress — but you can forget iPhone photos, iPad doodles and Cory Arcangel-type Nintendo sculptures; this is modernity, 1920s style. Comment

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Commie classics! Brooklyn Philharmonic brings Soviet-era cartoons to life

Music: The Brooklyn Philharmonic will perform original soundtracks to six Soviet-era cartoons — while the animated shorts are screened next week. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011

The ‘Center’ of it all! Chinese acrobats, Russian dancers, flamenco dancers and more

Theater: They say variety is the spice of life — certainly, it’s the spice of the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, which is back in action with a delicious new season chock-full of dance performances, theater productions and musical concerts that cater to the many diverse cultural groups that call the borough home. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011

John Hodgman is big — bigger than Paul Rudd, even

Books: The best-selling triologist of entirely fabricated facts is back with a new book — and all of Hollywood in his sway. Comments (2)

The Bard in Brooklyn (sort of)

Event: Arthur Phillips and Guerrilla Rep perform Fakespeare to benefit the Carroll Gardens library. Comment

Monday, Oct. 24, 2011

Harding returns! Legendary chef to helm Littleneck clam shack

Dining: Alan Harding has been named the chef at the soon-to-open Gowanus seafood stand. Comments (7)

Zen, art and motorcycle maintenance

Art: Vax Moto repair shop hosts a cool art exhibition. But put the pedal to the metal — it’s almost over. Comments (1)

It’s a donut, no it’s a burger! Who cares? It’s delicious

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: The geniuses at Burger Bistro in Bay Ridge have done the impossible: created a donut burger. Comments (9)

Friday, Oct. 21, 2011

Marty’s meat-filled meet up

Shopping: The Beep cuts the ribbon — actually twine — on a new butcher shop in Park Slope. Comments (5)

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