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Nightlife: Let’s get ready to mumble! Comments (1)

A big pop reunion and first-time rockers

Music: The Feelies have rejoined for a show in Williamsburg — the same neighborhood that will host a festival of new bands. Comments (2)

Eat pie, hot chiles or curly fries

Eat pie, hot chiles or curly fries

Event: It’s the fall “Events” preview! Comment

From “The Underpants” to the war in Iraq.

From “The Underpants” to the war in Iraq.

Theater: Here’s what’s on stage this fall. Comment

Between the covers

Books: Rick Moody has a new book — plus a complete oral history of Brooklyn. Comments (1)
Art: From the DUMBO galleries to that big museum on Eastern Parkway, here’s your fall art preview. Comments (1)
Dining: Here’s an offer you can’t pass up: Free food. On Sept. 18, dozens of eateries along Park Slope’s Seventh Avenue — the dowdy older brother to hot hip restaurant rows on Fifth Avenue and Smith Street — will be doling out hors d’oeuvres and other toothsome samples in the latest phase of the Park Slope Chamber of Commerce’s “Buy in Brooklyn” campaign. Comment

Chop chop

Dining: Come on, admit it: you want to learn how to butcher a pig. Comment

There is no god

Event: The leading lobbyist for one of the largest, but weakest, special interest groups — the “non-theistic” — is coming to Park Slope to champion the oft-elusive separation of church and Sarah Palin. Comment

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