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Friday, Jan. 21, 2011

‘Married’ to it! Emma Straub’s new book is a hit

Books: And she’s reading from it next week at BookCourt. Comments (2)

Meet the new ‘Noir’!

Books: Edwidge Danticat edits “Haiti Noir.” Comment

Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011

Music: Liz Phair will fill the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Jan. 26. Be there. Comments (1)
Cinema: Gregg Araki’s new Sundance Festival cult hit will debut in Brooklyn on Jan. 27. Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011

Boro’s biggest jerk off at the Bell House

Dining: Get your mind out of the gutter — we’re talking about a beef jerky contest. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011

This week’s juicy food gossip

Foodie-in-Chief: Dig in. Comments (1)
Dining: All around the borough, this humble staple has become a big ticket item. Some are worth it — some are not. Comments (8)

Simon’s ‘Gingerbread’ is savory, not sweet at Ridge Rep

Theater: Don’t let the name fool you. Comment

And here are the burgers that won’t break the bank

Dining: If you’re hungering for a burger, you don’t always need to break the bank for a good one. We hit the borough and found some cheap — yet enormously satisfying — Brooklyn burgers, all for a Hamilton or less. Comments (5)

Monday, Jan. 17, 2011

Bar toons! Our nightlife cartoonist makes the big time

Art: Bill Roundy has a gallery show in DUMBO. Comment
Theater: A runaway princess, a talking donkey, a singing rooster, and music-loving cat and dog are coming to the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts — and, no, it’s not some knock-off production of “Shrek.” Comment

Get buzzed! Brooklyn Brainery hosts beekeeping course

Event: Admit it — ever since beekeeping became legal in March, you’ve been wondering how you could get in the buzz biz. Comment

Friday, Jan. 14, 2011

A ‘Borkman’ for a long, cold winter

A ‘Borkman’ for a long, cold winter

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The Butcher’s review finds this Alan Rickman-led production just a bit too chilly. But, hey, it’s Ibsen, so what did he expect? Comment
Dining: Fans of Ditmas Park’s Pomme de Terre may have rejoiced when a veteran of that kitchen took over the Newkirk Avenue spot earlier this fall. But don’t expect the same experience at the new Ox Cart Tavern. Comments (1)

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

Love ‘Letters’! Dance work inspired by history’s greatest epistles

Dance: They’re words that move hearts — and feet! Comment

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