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Saturday, April 14, 2012

A brief wondrous reading

Downtown: Brooklyn twenty-somethings take note: acclaimed author Junot Diaz says this isn’t the place to live if you want to be an artist. Comment

Junot Diaz’s favorite Dominican restaurant in Brooklyn

Bushwick: Junot Diaz is best known for his intricately woven narrative about a nerd seeking love and challenging fate — but many fans of the literary star say his writing is actually at its most poignant when he’s describing Dominican food. Comment

Friday, April 13, 2012

Weird sisters: Sideshow women talk feminism in Coney

A panel of professional women will convene in Coney Island to discuss female independence and entrepreneurship — but don’t be surprised if they show up wearing nipple tassels or bedazzled, lobster claw gloves. Comment

Do analog drummers dream of electric beats?

Music: Questlove’s music is probably on your iPod — and now your iPod is influencing his music Comment

A visit to the ‘Fort’

Bar Scrawl: Our bartoonist hits Park Slope’s new meat — and cocktail — castle. Comment

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Music: The Feelies are still rocking after more than 30 years, and shockingly, so too are their fans. Comment

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s … Supermensch!

Art: Move over, Elijah — a new Jewish superhero is coming to the rescue. Comment

New Mexican: Lights on for DUMBO’s new Gran Electrica

Dining: Gran Electrica is adding a jolt to DUMBO’s oft-maligned food scene. Comment

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Night on the ‘Town’ — Gallery Players take on Broadway classic

Theater: It’s a big Broadway play in a little Brooklyn theater. Comment

Monday, April 9, 2012

It’s food gossip time!

Dining: It’s out with the old and in with the Ethiopian in Carroll Gardens, while Park Slope and Sunset Park go seriously green in this week’s bumper crop of locally produced gossip! Comment
Park Slope’s newest dessert destination boasts star chefs and a Gordon Ramsay pedigree, but it’s going to be more ma-and-pa eatery than “Hell’s Kitchen.” Comment

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