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Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010

Theater: “Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song” is back. Sweet! Comment

So what’s all this jive about ‘Sweet Sweetback’?

Theater: “Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song” tells the story of a black man whose rage against corrupt white authorities eventually reaches a boiling point, leaving two racist cops dead and him on the run to the Mexican border. Comments (1)

Think your taco’s got the mojo? Enter this contest

Event: Enough football — it’s finally time for taco makers to compete in a Super Bowl of sorts, the Brooklyn Taco Experiment. Comments (1)

Bulletproof! This Gowanus Chinese takeout will be clean and green

Dining: Chinese take-out may be a New York staple, but restaurateur Michael Bruno is hoping we can all make room in our hearts for a healthier version of the fare when his new restaurant on Third Avenue in Gowanus opens shop this March. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: And they call “As You Like It” a comedy? Comments (2)

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010

DUMBO is saying hooray for ñ

Dining: Finally, Brooklynites don’t need to cross a river — or an ocean — for great tapas. Comments (2)

Catch wrestle mania next weekend

Williamsburg: Get out the old Ric Flair T-shirt and work on that fist pump — the borough is about to receive its first piledriver of the decade. Comment

Monday, Jan. 25, 2010

The L.A. story — Cynthia Wade quits Slope for Hollywood

Cinema: Park Slope is losing an Oscar-winning director to Los Angeles. Comment
Shopping: First Jacques Torres, then Almondine and the ice cream place. Now, an old-fashioned candy shop. Comments (2)

Friday, Jan. 22, 2010

Life in a Blender makes the big time

Checkin’ in with: On the eve of a big BAM gig, front man Don Rauf checks in. Comment

Check out ‘The Ant’ this weekend!

Art: Xavier Roux’s massive arthropod is up at Invisble Dog — and it’ll teach you a thing or two about death! Comment

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