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Monday, Jan. 30, 2012

DUMBO: This art is devilishly good. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012

‘Grease’ sing-along? We’ll tell you more!

Event: A “Grease” sing-along at the Bell House on Feb. 16 celebrates the Pink Lady and T-Bird in us all. Comment

Your weekend reads — from three Brooklyn booksellers

Books: Once again, the ladies of BookMark Shoppe, Greenlight and Word give us their hot books of the week. Comment

Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012

The Year of the Dragon is supposed to be a fruitful and auspicious year, according to the Chinese Zodiac — and plenty of brownstone Brooklyn foodies are hoping some of that luck goes toward improving their neighborhoods’ dismal Chinese food offerings. Comments (22)

The best places to chow down outside of Chinatown

Dining: When we asked our friends and sources where to find good Chinese restaurants outside of Brooklyn’s Chinatowns in Sunset Park, Bensonhurst, and Sheepshead Bay, the response was almost universally : “Oh … I don’t know.” Comments (9)

Jim Jarmusch adds a rock edge to smooth lute tunes

Music: The famed director will join Greenpoint-based avante garde lute player Jozepf van Wissem at Issue Project Room on Feb. 3 to celebrate the duo’s first album, “Concerning the Entrance Into Eternity.” Comments (1)

Greenpoint’s newest beer shop

Bar Scrawl: It’s beer o’clock at Greenpoint’s newest bar and growler shop. Comments (3)

Friday, Jan. 27, 2012

Dining: We were already fans of Bravo’s “Top Chef Season 4” and “All-Stars” contestant Dale Talde going in — a fact we tried hard not to convey when interviewing him about Talde, his new Asian-fusion eatery on Seventh Avenue and 11th Street in Park Slope. Comments (1)

Park Slope’s on fire

Foodie-in-Chief: Get this week’s hot, juicy food gossip! Comment
Editor’s Picks: Once again, the invaluable Brooklyn Paper is back with some tips for a great weekend. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012

The ‘Importance’ of love!

Theater: In a musical rendition of “A Man of No Importance,” The Gallery Players explore themes of love, acceptance and equality. Comment
Event: NPR’s newest game show combines the airs of geeky troubadour Jonathan Coulton and storytelling of comedian Ophira Eisenberg. Be part of the live tapings at the Bell House through April 23. Comments (2)

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