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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Red diaper baby! Catch Said Sayrafiezadeh at powerHouse on April 15

Books: Saïd Sayrafiezadeh’s debut memoir, “When Skateboards Will Be Free,” has garnered considerable acclaim for its grace and humor as he detailed a not-so-common childhood — being raised by ardent Socialists in Pennsylvania. Comment.

Aria code! Dyker Heights’ Regina Opera turns 40!

Music: And the fat lady is not even warming up. Comment.

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Elizabeth Streb has a dance show for all of you who don’t like dance

Dance: This is action-packed dance, not some stuffy Lincoln Center thing. Comment.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

When the zombies come, you’ll want to be prepared

Books: An exclusive interview with a man who knows how to kill the undead! Comments (2).

Freedy Johnston is back — and better than ever

Music: And he’s singing his own songs again. Finally! Comments (1).

Greenpoint food market returns on Saturday

Shopping: Talk about getting a spring in your step. Comment.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The tastiest restaurant gossip — including more smoked meat on Hoyt Street!

Foodie-in-Chief: It’s been a booming fortnight in the foodie world. Here’s the latest gossip and news from our gourmet desk. Comments (1).

It’s time for the Gowanus Grind

Gowanus: Skateboard enthusiasts can show off their stuff on April 17 when Thomas Green Park hosts Gowanus Grind, a full day of skate clinics and contests. Comment.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Three new wine bars bring vino back down to earth

Dining: Wine may be a sometimes daunting beverage, but three brand new Brooklyn wine bars are here to get even the most intimidated novice over their fears. Comment.

Call him Ahab

Art: Matt Kish’s Moby Dick is “Moby Dick.” Comment.

Crop to Cup finally opens a cafe

Dining: Buyers, beware — you may enter the new Crop to Cup Café in Brooklyn Heights seeking nothing but your morning coffee, and find yourself leaving with an antique armoire. Comment.

They will they will rock ewe!

Dining: At the Lamb Takedown at the Bell House, anything goes (as long as it’s lamb). Comment.

Get this — this photographer’s muse is the fetid Newtown Creek!

Art: There’s beauty in every fetid, disgusting, toxic site — it just takes a natural to capture it. Comment.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

The Brooklyn Indie Market reopens today!

Shopping: And there will be cupcakes, too! Comment.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Glass act! Trippy new exhibition channels Warhol

Art: Put this in your pipe and smoke it. Comment.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Hide the charge cards — Barneys is coming to Cobble Hill!

Shopping: Hold on to your Manolos, fashionistas! Barneys is coming to Cobble Hill! Comments (3).

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