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Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012

Breaking up is hard to do — but it can be funny, too

Books: Daniel Handler and Maira Kalman pen a book about heartbreak Comments (1)

Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012

Drink up — it’s game time!

Our football drinking guide will help you find the best Brooklyn bars for watching the big game. Comment

Friday, Jan. 13, 2012

It’s time to ‘Pig’ out

Bar Scrawl: Our sketchiest correspondent checks out an upscale cocktail and fondue bar in Carroll Gardens. Comment

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The weekender! Here’s what you should do on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Editor’s Picks: Once again, the invaluable Brooklyn Paper is back with some tips for a great weekend. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012

Mocada-it-yourself! DIY fest features demos and workshops

Art: What’s better than buying home-made? Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012

March down the aisle in $tyle at gay expo

Event: Borough Hall is sponsoring the very first wedding expo that targets gay couples looking to tie the knot — and showcasing a collection of businesses looking to cash in on the burgeoning market. Comment

Steely Jon!

Music: Guitar player for famed rock band goes solo Comments (1)

This week’s helping of food gossip!

Foodie-in-Chief: Our foodie-in-chief is back with a sizzling serving of the hottest openings, closings, and new arrivals in Brooklyn’s restaurant scene. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012

Children are truly unbearable in Ben Marcus’ new novel

Books: Author Ben Marcus releases his dystopian novel — a story that will make all parents shudder — at Book Court on Jan. 19. Comment

Va Beh is bene! New Park Slope eatery’s got one crave-worthy crostini

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Park Slope’s newest Italian restaurant serves one of the most authentic crostini this side of Milan — and there’s one reason why: owners brought the fresh, simple recipe straight from the food-centric city itself. Comment

Argentinian eats with an Italian accent

Foodie-in-Chief: Who would have guessed that an Argentina-born Queens resident would become such a pioneer of Italian food in Brooklyn? Comment

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