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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ is relevant — again

Theater: Old Stone House hosts yet another remake of the Great American Story. Comments (2).

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Monday, March 1, 2010

Fork this! Foodies are now leading the gentrification of Brooklyn

Dining: If there is anything that gentrified Brooklynites love more than gentrifying the rest of Brooklyn, it’s eating out. Comments (13).

Where to eat off the beaten path

Dining: This Wi-Fi ready café is the newest in a slew of operations populating Clinton Hill’s edges with gourmet beans. Comments (3).

The Brooklyn Winter Hoedown is this weekend

Music: It’s a little bit country. Comments (7).

Friday, Feb. 26, 2010

No rough seas in this ‘Tempest’ — BAM show rocks!

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Sam Mendes’s production of “The Tempest” is a gripping combination of excellent performances and stunning special effects that puts the perfect punctuation mark on Shakespeare’s oeuvre. Comments (1).

Fork this! Foodies are now leading the gentrification of Brooklyn

Dining: If there is anything that gentrified Brooklynites love more than gentrifying the rest of Brooklyn, it’s eating out. Comments (13).

The best sex you ever had! (Details inside)

Books: Lock up your daughters! The women from the sex toy shop Babeland have written a “How to” book! Comments (11).

A taco cart opens in Downtown — no, this is big

Dining: It has to be the least-likely best restaurant in the borough. Comments (4).

Duo pushing the boundaries of Bushwick with new cafe

Dining: A new coffee bar near the Myrtle Avenue JMZ! Comments (6).

Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010

Our first-ever Williamsburg tapas smackdown!

Dining: Two tapas bars are one block apart. Time for a chorizo-to-chorizo battle. Comments (10).

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