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

Friday, Oct. 14, 2011

Cheesy goodness! Tasty toasty sandwiches are taking over town

Books: Melted cheddar on toast is back and better than ever, baby! Comment.

Grilled cheese is nice — but it’s better with Scotch!

Dining: Gary Forsyth of Noorman’s Kil gives us the lowdown. Comment.

Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011

Open up, New York! Annual tour takes you behind the scenes

Event: This year’s Open House New York will open up more than 300 sites throughout the five boroughs — and we’ve got your guide to the coolest things to do and see in the county of Kings. Comment.

Marc Ribot rocks ‘The Kid’ this Saturday at PS 10

Music: Brooklyn-based composer and experimental guitar guru Marc Ribot will perform his original musical score to Charlie Chaplin’s “The Kid” live at a screening of the film at PS 10 in the South Slope on Oct. 15. Comment.

Canines in costumes at Narrows Botanical Gardens ‘Harvest Festival’ on Oct. 16.

Event: Why wait for Halloween to dress up your dog in a ridiculous getup when you can do it two weeks early? Comment.

Monday, Oct. 10, 2011

‘Onion’ wry! ‘Finest News Source’ turns its rapier wit to sports

Books: Finally, an event for both sports fans and sports haters. Comment.

Finally, a weeklong tribute to hard cider

Event: It all begins on Oct. 16. Comments (2).

Some fine sports headlines from the Onion

Books: Onion head writer Seth Reiss gave us his five favorite sports headlines from the world’s finest news source. Comment.

Friday, Oct. 7, 2011

Get baked! Enid’s annual apple pie contest is next Saturday

Dining: But make sure you’re actually making apple pie if you want to win. Comments (1).

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

Good vibrations! Brooklyn College revives Sarah Ruhl sexually charged show

Theater: “In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Show”) has buzz for all the right reasons. Comment.

Bacon us crazy! The Takedown returns to the Bell House on Oct. 16

Dining: Once again, a humble side dish takes center stage. Comment.

The female ‘Frankenstein’ reaches its climax

Theater: In the Rabbit Hole Ensemble’s final play in the “Frankenstein” trilogy, the roles of doctor and monster are played by women. Comments (4).

Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011

Beer-tacular: Get woozy on craft brew at the Brooklyn Pour

Event: It’s all-you-can drink, too. Comments (3).

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011

‘Virgen’ territory! Karen O unleashes ‘psycho opera’ on DUMBO

DUMBO: The Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer creates a “cathartic” ride for St. Ann’s Warehouse — and shuns our interview requests. Comments (1).

Friday, Sept. 30, 2011

Roast beast! This sandwich is amazing

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Artisan Food Valley made $10.50 feel like the bargain of the century. Comments (3).

Your weekend reads — from three booksellers

Books: Once again, the ladies of Greenlight and Word — plus a special guest! — give us their hot books of the week. Comments (1).

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