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Monday, July 30, 2001

ELEGANT DESIGN

Sushi Yu chef shares flavorful Japanese cuisine with Park Slopers

There’s a new restaurant amid the myriad small businesses and eateries on the frenetically bustling block of Prospect Park West just south of Bartel Pritchard Square. Sushi Yu, a tiny, unassuming Japanese restaurant opened about six months ago and, according to chef-owner Jimmy Liu, it’s been doing a great business ever since. Comment.

SHORT BUT SWEET

Decades ago, just about any film you might see at your local movie house was part of a double bill - two feature films for the price of one. And, of course, there was the newsreel to start everything off. There was also a time when, just before the feature began, you could witness a brief entertainment known as the short film. Comment.

MAGICAL MAYHEM

Surrounded by venerable old trees and rolling meadows, the Prospect Park Tennis House Pavilion with its classic columns, steps and arches, is the ideal stage for Shakespeare’s "A Midsummer Night’s Dream." But this has not led The LITE Company to create a traditional production. Comment.

THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKING

Brooklyn’s best-kept secret may just be a group of master cobblers tucked away under the el on McDonald Avenue. Comments (2).

’HEARTBREAKER’ RETURNS

Perhaps you lost track of Pat Benatar sometime around 1985, after she contributed "Invincible" to the soundtrack of the hit movie, "The Legend of Billie Jean," but to paraphrase LL Cool J, "Don’t call it a comeback. She’s been here for years." Comment.

POST OFFICE CENSORS BAM

What’s the big deal about nine middle-aged men walking the streets of suburbia in the buff? Comment.

Cyclones split with ‘rival’ SI Yanks

Cyclones: This “rivalry” just might be heating up. Comment.

The talented  Mr. Piercy

Cyclones: One minute you’re standing in front of a cluster of TV cameras getting whipped cream smeared all over your face, the next day you’re yesterday’s news. Comment.

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