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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Big boppers: The New Cookers bring the bop to Brooklyn Jazz Fest

Music: The New Cookers is steeped in the ghosts of jazz past. Comment

Cooking the book: Chef-turned-author writes novel on life in the kitchen

Books: The pen is mightier than the carving knife. Comment

Monday, March 24, 2014

One-man show blends slapstick with social media

Theater: A new show at City Tech allows audience members to interact with a clown on a mission to find love via social media. Comment

Mom and popping: Over-50s hip-hop group busts a move in Willamsburg

Dance: Forget the Jitterbug and the Charleston — these golden gals are popping and locking like pros. Comment

Saturday, March 22, 2014

What to read this week

Books: Neighborhood booksellers give their recommendations. Comment

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: A Smiths tribute show, Saint Patrick’s Day round two, the US premiere of “Red Velvet” and more things to do in Brooklyn March 21–26. Comment

Bartoonist drinks beer near Barclays

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking cartoonist finds a craft beer in a muffin tray at St. Gambrinus. Comments (12)

Chili factor: Aviator’s chili fest has ostrich on the menu

Dining: Something spicy is cooking at Floyd Bennett Field. Comment

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Forever young: Bands play tribute to ’80s-era Bob Dylan

Music: The times, they are a-repeating. Comments (4)

Game of crones: Gowanus shuffleboard club to launch mahjong league

Nightlife: The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club is adding another grandma-inspired activity to its roster. Comments (12)

Gray is the new black: Other activities Brooklyn’s young can co-opt from the elderly

Nightlife: Bingo and bocce are hip, so why not couponing and water aerobics? Comment

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Child’s play: Teen actors go pro in Fort Greene production

Theater: These kids are all right. Comment

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Soul man: Fort Greene author Nelson George on ‘Soul Train’ and gentrification

Books: Nelson George, one of the preeminent critics of African-American pop culture, discusses his new book, and Spike Lee’s comments about Fort Greene. Comments (1)

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