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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Dosa, so good: New eatery brings South Indian cuisine to Brooklyn

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Pancakes for dinner? That is the order of the day at Dosa Royale. Comments (6).

Spaced out: P’Slope author writes crime thriller about Nigerian space program

Books: When Deji Olukotun combined his two careers of law and literature, he came up with a novel that is out of this world. Comments (7).

Monday, March 3, 2014

Spice girl: Bay Ridge icon pens new cookbook

Dining: Tanoreen’s Rawia Bishara shows you how to make her beloved Middle Eastern food at home. Comment.

Still waiting for the man: Bands play birthday tribute to Lou Reed

Music: It sounds like a perfect day. Comments (3).

Friday, Feb. 28, 2014

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: Beatboxing, Mardi Gras, record sales, trivia with Pat Kiernan and more things to do and see in Brooklyn this weekend and beyond. Comment.

Brooklyn bars celebrate Oscars with Hollywood-inspired drinks

Cinema: The special ingredient in these cocktails is movie magic! Comment.

Let Bartoonist eat cake

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking cartoonist has his cake and eats it, too — with a chaser of milk! — at Dynaco in Bedfor-Stuyvesant. Comments (3).

Cheap laughs: circus offers discount to customers in clown makeup

Theater: Amateur clowns will be laughing all the way to the bank at this circus show. Comments (3).

Circus smackdown: A tale of the tape

Theater: March is circus season in Brooklyn. Find the best show for your buck! Comment.

Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014

B’wick performance artists to live in giant hamster wheel for 10 days

Art: This sounds like a wheel-y uncomfortable living situation. Comments (29).

Austere Voltaire: Budget-conscious ‘Candide’ is frank and funny

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The Brooklyn Heights theater company makes up for a paltry budget with larger than life performances. Comment.

Dancing about movies: New fest pairs films with live performance

Cinema: Most film screenings begin with a warning to turn off your cellphone. Not these ones. Comment.

What a crock! This cookoff has pots of chili — but no pot chili

Dining: There is just one thing you cannot put in your dish at Barcade’s Underground Chili Extravaganza... Comment.

Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014

Book revue: Comedians take literature low-brow

Books: Here is a new twist on spending Friday night in with a good book. Comment.

Cowboy karaoke: You are the country music star at Downtown’s Hill Country

Music: This karaoke night has both kinds of music — country and western. Comments (5).