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

Friday, Dec. 3, 2010

Knitting Factory becomes ‘Spin City’ for dreidel finals next week

Event: The biggest sporting event of the season is back. And no, it’s not hockey. Comments (1).

Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010

Stuff and nonsense: Taxidermy show honors animal craft and storytelling

Nightlife: At this taxidermy contest, the living may overshadow the dead. Comment.

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Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010

Joe Raiola’s London broil is a cut above

Prime Time: Learn how to make it yourself! Comments (4).

Book ‘em! Comic artists gather at festival on Saturday

Art: Independent comic book doodlers will rub elbows with fine artists from matchless metropolitan magazines on Dec. 4 as the second annual Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival touches down in Williamsburg. Comment.

Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010

A ‘Red Hot’ New Orleans event at BAM

Music: The Big Easy comes to Brooklyn on Dec. 3 and 4. Comments (1).

Perfect gifts for Brooklyn lovers

Shopping: This borough really is the gift that keeps on giving — thanks to these three designers. Comment.

Nadia Kalman has crafted a ‘Fiddler’ for these times

Books: Finally, “Fiddler on the Roof” gets a 21st-century reboot. Comments (1).

Brooklyn’s Little Italy — changing, but still Italian

Shopping: Here’s our insider’s guide to Bensonhurst, one of the greatest neighborhoods in the borough. Comments (3).

Paul Murray reads a funny book at Word on Sunday

Books: This writer is deadly funny. Comment.

Monday, Nov. 29, 2010

Tacos and donuts and bread — oh, my!

Foodie-in-Chief: Our food gossip column is back! Comment.

A Momofuku for Brooklyn

Shopping: It used to be that the worst thing about the delicious cakes, pies and pastries offered at Momofuku’s Milk Bar was the subway ride into Manhattan to get them. Comment.

Food fight! Ths Sunday, a battle for the best holiday dish

Dining: They’ve battled over brunch, chosen the best cheeses, and even tackled tacos. But cookoff pros Theo Peck and Nick Suarez are about to take on what might be their most ambitious Food Experiment yet: the holidays. Comment.

‘Check out’ the deals you can get with a library card

Shopping: “Will that be cash, credit or library card?” Comment.

Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010

Old school meets new at Brucie’s

Dining: The name may be redolent of an old-school Italian eatery, but Cobble Hill’s recently opened Italian market and restaurant, Brucie, is anything but. Comments (1).