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Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006

’WILD’ ABOUT IBSEN       

The Brooklyn Academy of Music is following up the triumphant success of the March production of Henrik Ibsen’s "Hedda Gabler," with another Ibsen classic, "The Wild Duck." Comment

HITS THE ’SPOT’

You want French, Italian, Thai and good old American bistro fare? Head to Fifth Avenue in Park Slope and there are plenty of options to chose from. But if you’re looking in this area for vegan dining, we wish you lotsa luck finding a soy burger. Comment

SPECIAL LADY       

Call it beginner’s luck. Call it the right place at the right time. However you view it, The Farm on Adderley, a new restaurant in Ditmas Park, is getting off to a fine start. Comment

TUMBLETY’S POV       

Even though cinematographer David Tumblety loves his life in Prospect Heights, he admits it is nice to get out of town once in a while. Comment

NEW TALENT

When Christopher Eaves of Park Slope’s eavesdrop theater collective heard that he was one of the six recipients for the highly coveted Space Grant from the Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX), he was jumping up and down with joy. The rehearsal space he got at BAX Annex, located in the Old American Can Factory in Gowanus, "couldn’t have been more perfect," the 39-year-old theater director told GO Brooklyn. Comment

HAUNTING ’PHANTOM’

Those looking for a little Halloween fun that won’t result in a sugar-fueled frenzy and a trip to the dentist, might want to drop by the Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims in Brooklyn Heights on Friday for a special screening of the 1925 horror classic, "The Phantom of the Opera." Comment

HOT SHOTS

A photographer who snares headlines in her own right for securing access to the world’s most sought after celebrities - such as Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’s baby Suri for the September issue of "Vanity Fair," Annie Leibovitz has now drawn the attention of the Brooklyn Museum, which opened an exhibition of 200 of her photographs on Friday. Comment

TUMBLETY’S POV       

Even though cinematographer David Tumblety loves his life in Prospect Heights, he admits it is nice to get out of town once in a while. Comment

CORRECTION

"Brooklyn Bites: Court Street" [GO Brooklyn, Oct. 7] incorrectly listed the days Mexicali is open for business. The restaurant is open every day. We regret the error. Comment

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