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Saturday, Jan. 27, 2007

‘Four-Scored’: Laurie Anderson joins the Philharmonic at BAM

Music: “Different is what always appeals to me,” Laurie Anderson was saying the other day. “I’d choose [it] over beautiful anytime.”  Comment

X-ray visions

X-ray visions

Art: Danny Simmons’s Corridor gallery exhibits art inspired by comics. Comment

Get your ‘Phil’: Brooklyn Philharmonic presents ‘Earth Awakened’

Music: Brooklyn Philharmonic adds a didgeridoo for new season opener. Comments (2)

Take a hike: Experimental music, popular but tough to get to

Music: The clubs may be hard to find, but experimental music still makes noise in Brooklyn. Comments (1)
Dining: The problem with Top Ten restaurant lists is that no sooner do I file one with my editor, than I discover one more eatery I’d like to add to the roundup. So, I’ll have to make Stonehome Wine Bar in Fort Greene number 11.  Comment

Catch the ‘Clap’

Music: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s new record, “Some Loud Thunder,” meets loud applause. Comment

Canon-ized

Books: Author James Canon returns to Brooklyn to read from his debut novel. Comment

Dance in DUMBO

Dance: The Cool New York Dance Festival hits White Wave in DUMBO. Comment

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