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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Saturday, March 20, 2004

ERIN GO BROOKLYN

Brooklyn will continue to celebrate both St. Patrick and Irish culture in big ways this Sunday and the next with parades in Park Slope and Bay Ridge. Comment.

CHEAP EATS WEEK

Goodbye Elaine’s, hello Marco Polo. Comment.

BIGGER & BETTER

With 15,000 square feet on two floors, Park Slope Sports Club is one of the biggest athletic facilities in the neighborhood. And with the club’s recent $100,000 renovation, it’s also the most state of the art. Comment.

’SUMMER LOVIN’

After Shakespeare’s "Twelfth Night,’ Anton Chekhov’s "The Bear" and Oscar Wilde’s "The Importance of Being Earnest," Waterloo Bridge Theatre Company Artistic Director J. Brandon says he’ll "keep the humor rolling" with Shakespeare’s "A Midsummer Night’s Dream." Comment.

PERSONAL TOUCH

It’s not getting to the gym, it’s getting back to the gym. Comment.

HEAT WAVE

Despite chilly, gusting winds outside, the temperature is rising inside of Hot Yoga People, in Fort Greene. In fact, it is rising in yoga studios throughout Brooklyn. Comments (1).

DEAR DIARY

If you, too, have wondered if there is an alternative to gyms filled with the sounds of clanging barbells, where the only staff you see on a regular basis are the ones emptying baskets of trash or towels, read this workout journal about a writer’s first-hand experience at the Curves fitness and weight loss center for women. Comment.

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