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

Saturday, Dec. 8, 2007

Holiday gift guide

Shopping: Mom & pops offer unique gifts for your whole list. Comment

Where to GO: Editors’ Picks

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More GO Brooklyn stories

Boutique bedding

Park Slope’s Hotel Le Bleu opens just in time to welcome your holiday guests.  Comment

Brooklyn hotels, bed & breakfasts

GO’s guide to where to put your friends and family.  Comment

Diner dash

Dining: Forget tasting menus and wine pairings! Here’s GO Brooklyn’s guide to the borough’s classic diners, where disco fries reign supreme.  Comments (8)

King for a day

Music: Kelly King’s debut album is called “Live the Dream,” and the pop singer, hailing from Bedford-Stuyvesant via Nashville, seems to be doing just that. Comment

Santa’s slay

Music: Most everyone whom GO Brooklyn knows is asking for a Nintendo Wii from Santa this year, but if the Tiger Lillies have their way, we’ll all be getting “Suicide for Christmas.” Comment

What the ‘Huck’

Nightlife: Until now, late night food and drink on the eastern edge of Williamsburg usually meant beer and a slice of pizza. However, with the opening of Huckleberry Bar on Grand Avenue at Lorimer Street, all of that has changed. Comment

Armchair art in DUMBO

Shopping: There’s a new gallery on the scene in DUMBO, and it brings more to the table than just pricey prints and free merlot. In fact, it actually brings the table. Comment

‘Match’ point

Cinema: Look out, Cannes! It was only last week that the Gotham Awards brought film superstars like Uma Thurman and Kyra Sedgwick to Brooklyn, yet the borough is already gearing up for another exciting cinematic celebration: the Brooklyn Heights Jewish Film Festival. Comment

Tasty restaurant gossip

Breaking Chews: We’re dishing up Brooklyn’s latest food news. Comment

Paradise in Metrotech?

Art: If you’ve walked through Downtown Brooklyn’s Metrotech and wondered why plastic jugs have been thrown high into the trees, well, it’s art! Comment