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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Stuff it! Hey, Brooklyn — this lady says you don’t know a thing about taxidermy!

Books: Sure, there are stuff animal shows all over the place, but Melissa Milgrom wants you to know about the real deal. Comment

Bank robbery on Montague St!

Brooklyn Heights: He said there’d be no trouble if there were no dye packs. And he wasn’t lying. Plus all the other crime news from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Comment

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Honoring a blogger? Have pigs taken flight?

Brooklyn Heights: The Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual meeting on Monday night was great fun (even when the group gave a “community service” award to our competitor!). Comments (1)

New boxing drama at St. Ann’s lacks punch

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: “Beautiful Burnout” has some nice moments, but it’ll make you throw in the towel early, our critic says. Comments (1)

Monday, Feb. 28, 2011

Sharp benefit for Issue Project Room

Music: Steve Buscemi and his wife, Jo Andres, host benefit for the Issue Project Room on March 4 — and Elliott Sharp will perform. Comments (2)

Friday, Feb. 25, 2011

Small town America comes to Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights: Yes, people, there’s now a Rotary club in America’s first suburb. Comments (2)

Where to eat, drink and make merry while looking at art

Art: Beyond the obvious neighborhood staples. Comment

This art festival will put DUMBO on the ‘Verge’

Art: Move over, Manhattan, Paris, Tokyo. One of the world’s biggest art fairs is coming to Brooklyn. Comment

Now this is ballet, Brooklyn-style

Dance: The name may be Brooklyn Ballet, but the game is fusion. Comments (2)

Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011

Marty’s flies the flag of solidarity for the people of Egypt

Downtown: We’re with you. Comments (9)

Monday, Feb. 21, 2011

‘Mass’ exodus! Zannah out as the Walentases’ cultural ambassador

Art: DUMBO has lost its art ambassador. Comments (1)

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