Sections

Sign up for daily news emails!

GO Brooklyn archive

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

Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007

Australian dining, Brooklyn style

Dining: How do you like your burger: rare, well or covered with beets, pineapple and a fried egg? Comment.

Brooklyn Paper wins 2 top prizes

Brooklyn’s Real Newspaper was recognized Friday for editorial excellence, winning two first-place awards in the Suburban Newspaper Association’s annual competition. Comment.

Camera Obscura bring their act to the Warsaw

Music: Brooklyn’s “little Poland” will take on a Scottish accent on Jan. 24 when the Glasgow sextet Camera Obscura hit Polish National Home-cum-indie rock venue the Warsaw. This is the only New York stop on the American tour supporting the band’s 2006 release “Let’s Get Out of This Country” — and you won’t be able to catch them across the East River. Comment.

Brooklyn Museum exhibits magical artifacts

Art: Wrapped in rags, bone thin and rabidly obsessed about. No, not another starving starlet — mummies. Comment.

Gratuitous violins: BFCM Mozart marathon

Music: And you thought the marathon was only in the fall. Comment.

Brave New World Repetory Salon Series

Theater: Inspired by the parlor culture of the 18th and 19th century, the Brave New World Repetory Salon Series harks back to a sophisticated era where salon gatherings were the choice entertainment for a night out (or a night in, more accurately). Comment.

Brooklyn Burlesque Blitz

Theater: “It’s a tease in the best sense,” says Jonny Porkpie, one of the hosts of the Brooklyn Burlesque Blitz. “It is to me the most exciting type of performance.” Comment.

One Girl Cookies

Dining: The Jan. 24 breakfast-in-bed class at One Girl Cookies might be sold out, but you can still scoop up their Lucia bars, made from shortbread, chocolate and caramel, or the Enza biscotti with white chocolate and apricots. Comment.

Links