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This ‘Cuckoo’ makes complete sense

The Heights Players’ “One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest” gives the often-sedate neighborhood theater a welcome dose of electroshock therapy. Comment

The air sex championship is the most fun you can have with your clothes on

Williamsburg: It’s time to get your “O” face on — the Air Sex World Championships are coming to Williamsburg. Comment

Laurie Anderson’s new show is about supercolliders, the fall of America and, of course, punctuation

“I’ve been asleep for 20 years,” says Laurie Anderson. “What have I been doing all that time?” Comment

Pavement and Williamsburg — perfect together

Pavement fans, your time is now. Comment

Penny for your art

Over the past 10 years, he’s picked up over 400 “lucky pennies” — coins found face up on the street that, as the folklore and your mom tells you, give you good luck. Comment

Willifest is three days of peace, film and music

Don’t let the name fool you — the Williamsburg International Film Festival is more than movies, and it isn’t just happening in Williamsburg. Comment

Are you ready for some football? Our 411 to the NFL on TV in BKLYN

But you’re probably like us: tiny TV, no cable, no backyard (which means no BBQ pork shoulder), and, well, no friends either. Getting all of these game-day amenities takes some real deep digging into Brooklyn’s best sports bars. Comment

Spring into fall with our annual autumnal arts preview

The dog days of summer are over, so now you can put away Christopher Lloyd in summer stock and get serious about arts and culture again. But there are a lot of music, art, theater and events on the schedule, so join us now for our annual cheat sheet on the season to come. Comment

Le Corbusier exhibit shows the architect in all his weird glory

Love him or hate him, you can’t say that Le Corbusier didn’t have a profound impact on the urban landscape. This was the guy, after all, who gave us the projects, or, as he preferred to call them, “machines for living.” Comment
Dining: The real deal starts next Thursday. Comment
Theater: What actually happened after “happily ever after”? Comment

Take a bite out of autumn with our restaurant preview

Dining: Our guide to where you should eat this fall. Comment

Rose without thorns as singer-songwriter takes her show on road

Music: Frankie Rose hates playing live, doesn’t like touring all that much unless it’s more like a vacation, and would be perfectly content to stay in the studio for months on end. And yet, she manages to be one of the most alluring performers around. Comments (2)

Now this is a real ‘Stretch’: Neal Pollack, calm and collected?

Books: The famously grumpy author has found a new muse: Yoga. Comment
Dining: Eat insects at The Brooklyn Kitchen. Comment

Who will you be eating?

Who will you be eating?

Dining: Here’s our guide to four tasty insects. Comment
Nightlife: Football season is upon us — so that means it’s time for the important things in life: beer, meat, and watching your favorite team on a big-screen TV surrounded by lots of screaming, chest-bumping men. Comments (2)

Le Corbusier exhibit shows the architect in all his weird glory

Art: Love him or hate him, you can’t say that Le Corbusier didn’t have a profound impact on the urban landscape. This was the guy, after all, who gave us the projects, or, as he preferred to call them, “machines for living.” Comments (2)

This chicken is hot hot hot!

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: The fried chicken at Peaches HotHouse in Bed-Stuy is worth a trip from anywhere. Comments (4)

Better bookmark the entire weekend for Marty’s literary festival

Books: This one is going to be better than ever. There’s Krugman! And Rushie! And Auster! And Goldberg! And Shteyngart! And even Sarah Silverman! Comments (1)

Sample the best of Brooklyn next week

Dining: It’s all part of Hot Plates Live at the Bell House next Monday. Comment

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