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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2007

Oh, Yoko: South Williamsburg designer finds himself in vogue

Fashion: Yoko Devereaux is not an actual person. Comment

Greenpoint’s Franklin Street is boro’s new hot spot

Nightlife: The editors of the Lonely Planet guidebooks named Brooklyn one of the top-30 travel destinations for 2007 — and to think, they did it without even mentioning Greenpoint. Comment

Barbeque with deja vu: Newly reborn Park Slope grill pit has smoke signals crossed

Dining: The best fried chicken I’ve ever had was in the dining room of a department store in a weird little town in South Carolina. Comment

A ‘Diavolo’-cal plan: L.A.’s cutting edge dance troupe makes Brooklyn debut

Dance: Does one really have to forego a career in dance if he is neither graceful nor quick on his feet? Comment

BAM honors MLK

Dance: Rutha Harris, 66, who performed for Martin Luther King, Jr. just before his “I Have a Dream” speech, will headline this year’s BAM tribute to the slain civil rights leader. Comment

Seoul food

Dining: Cathy Palm is turning the border of Prospect Heights into a mini restaurant empire. Comment

Draw a crowd

Nightlife: If Jessica Rabbit is more your speed than Jenna Jameson, it might be time to get yourself to the “Strip Club.” Comment

‘Deluxe’ show

Theater: Cynthia Hopkins (pictured), who garnered widespread acclaim for her amnesia operetta “Accidental Nostalgia,” returns to DUMBO’s St. Ann’s Warehouse on Wednesday with the New York premiere of her “Accidental” prequel, “Must Don’t Whip ’Um.” Comment

Tony time

Cinema: Bay Ridge filmmaker Tony De Nonno’s latest presentation was 400 years in the making. Comment