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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Bites of spring: Your guide to enjoying the tastes of the season

Foodie-in-Chief: Spring is here, so you can act like winter never happened and stop pretending you actually love root vegetables. Comment

Season’s eatings: Try these recipes from James restaurant

Dining: Want to really veg out this spring? Comment

Express yourself: Madonna dance party hits Brooklyn

Nightlife: A group of Madonna impersonators are touching down in Williamsburg for the very first time. Comment

Friday, April 20, 2012

Sight unseen: Artists collaborate blindly in Greenpoint exhibit

Greenpoint: Love is blind — and apparently so is art. Comment

Sport stories: Lit nerds and jocks unite for reading

Boerum Hill: Nerds and jocks are finally joining forces. Comment

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Sister act: Streisand’s sibling to perform at Brooklyn College

Midwood: She’s not as famous as her half-sister Babs, but at least this daughter of Brooklyn is making a home-coming. Comment

Writer tells you about his childhood friend: Jeffrey Dahmer

Books: A graphic novel retells the story of infamous murderer Jeffrey Dahmer from a decidedly discomforting perspective — a childhood friend’s. Comment

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Poetry in Motion

Fort Greene: A Williamsburg poet has performed everywhere from Africa to Europe — but she’s never had stage-fright the way she did when she gave an impromptu reading on the Q train. Comments (1)

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

War of the worts! Brooklyn’s beer-makers battle at home-brew fest

Williamsburg: There are drinking games, and there are drinking contests. Comment

Lit night in Paris: Author who gave up Big Apple for France returns

Greenpoint: Think Brooklyn is the greatest place on earth? Try living in Paris for a year. Comment

Monday, April 16, 2012

Chez Moi is chez toi in Brooklyn Heights

Breaking Chews: A new French bistro hopes to become a meeting point where neighborhood foodies of all kinds can come together. Comments (3)

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