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Tuesday, March 19, 2013


Musical pieces: Musician makes his own modular instruments

Matthew Regula is a real live wire. Comment.

Monday, March 18, 2013


Beat the brush! Bob Ross-inspired painting takedown challenges Bushwick’s best

Bushwick artists are at the cutting edge of contemporary art, but can they paint a happy tree? Comment.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Prospect Heights

Lords of the rings: Ringling Bros. circus comes to Barclays Center

The Greatest Show on Earth is coming back to Brooklyn. Comment.

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Cobble Hill

Second opinion: State now admits LICH real estate was on the table

They denied it for weeks, but State University of New York officials have finally admitted that real estate was on their mind while determining what to do with the struggling Long Island College Hospital, court filings reveal. Comment.

Striking a chord: Boxing and chamber music duke it out at Gleason’s

It’s a battle of the band. Comment.
Fort Greene

Zombies teach kids life lessons in existential play

It’s like “Waiting for Godot.” But for kids. With zombies. Comment.

Heart in the right place

Hurricane Sandy devastated Brooklyn, but a new work of public art proves the storm couldn’t break the borough’s heart. Comment.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Park Slope

Au revior, dairy! Slope French bistro goes kosher

When in Park Slope’s newest French restaurant, eat as observant Jews do. Comments (5).

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