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Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011

Artist: Who needs ‘Black History Month’?

Event: And this coming from a man who’ll lead a Black History Month exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, no less! Comments (4)

We’re grateful ‘Dead’ will be returning to Littlefield

Music: All Conrad Keely wants to do is scare you — make you turn the lights on and pull up the covers. Comments (1)

‘Super’ parties at rival Cobble Hill bars

Event: Two storied football franchises are facing off in the Super Bowl —and so are two storied Cobble Hill bars. Comments (2)

Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011

Heights Players take on ‘Frost/Nixon’

Theater: By hook and by crook, this is a great play. Comments (1)

Nothing ‘Drowsy’ about Gallery Players’ production of ‘Chaperone’

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The mousy man in the Broadway memorabilia-filled apartment just wants to be entertained by a story and a few good songs. Comment

This month, BAM is the Church of Sarandon

Cinema: A well-deserved retrospective to the lady behind the sunglasses in “Thelma and Louise” and the white T-shirt in “Atlantic City.” Comments (1)

Monday, Jan. 31, 2011

Oh, doctor! Dr. Suess gets the burlesque treatment in DUMBO next week

Nightlife: The perfect show for bedtime (though not for bedtime stories). Comment

Coffee, scones and capitalism at Crop to Cup

Dining: The “collective” management style has been replaced with real ownership at Crop to Cup’s new Third Avenue shop — and the coffee is even better. Comment

You’ll say ‘Shalom’ about Joe’s Israeli chicken

Prime Time: Last year, my beautiful wife Abby and I visited her family in Israel. Comment

In this football play, there are no boys allowed

Theater: Are you ready for some gender politics? Comments (2)

It’s Regina Opera’s annual ‘Salute to Broadway’

Music: So long, Wagner — hello, Webber! Comment

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

Lake Simons’s new show is life upside down

Theater: Get ready to throw all sense of reality out the door. Comment

Comediennes take center stage at Word Bookshop next week

Books: Three comics headline a night of laughter by women, but for everyone. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011

Spend and win on Fifth Ave.

Shopping: All it takes is $14 and a dream. Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011

The Idiotarod rolls off at 10 am on Saturday

Awesome: It’s the third jewel in the hipster Triple Crown. Comments (3)

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