24/Seven

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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Come on in! House tour season starts this weekend

Calling all voyeurs. Comment.
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These guys are really serious about comedy

The Brooklyn Arts Council is getting serious about comedy. Comment.
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Guac attack! It’s all about the avocado at this cook-off

There’s only one rule at this cook-off: Don’t double-dip! Comment.
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Sheepshead Bay’s biggest party returns on May 15 with BayFest

This just may be the best BayFest yet. Comment.
Dining

Purple Yam is one great place for Mardi Gras

Get the taste of the Caribbean this Carnival. Comment.
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You’ll say yes to Nyonya, a palace of Malaysian cuisine

The complex flavors and textures of Malaysian cuisine are relatively unknown, even in Brooklyn’s expansive culinary universe. Comment.
Dining

Mamma Lucia!

Sitting in Mamma Lucia — nestled into a corner storefront on a quiet strip of Foster Avenue in Flatbush — is like being a guest in owner Giorgio Migliaccio’s home. Italian music plays softly in the background while unique bric-a-brac, including taxidermy and aged photographs of celebrities, adorn every available spot on the white stucco walls. A peak at those walls reveals a “who’s who” of the bistro’s famous patrons: Look, there’s Giorgio with Jimmy Smits! Is that Mickey Rourke I spy? And there’s Luciano Pavarotti! Comment.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

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These guys are really serious about comedy

The Brooklyn Arts Council is getting serious about comedy. Comment.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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Nemo spotted in Coney Island!

You can find Nemo in Coney Island! Comment.

Monday, April 25, 2011

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Bread lines! New cookbook is devoted to the greatness of sandwiches

This cookbook goes between the bread. Comment.
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Get a load of Scott Brindl’s sausage

Some grandmother’s pass down recipes for meatloaf and mashed potatoes, others make the best lasagna, arroz con pollo, or sweet potato pie. Comment.
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A ‘King Lear’ for the ages! Derek Jacobi stars in BAM production

He’s been Hamlet in “Hamlet,” Richard II in “Richard II,” Julius Caesar in “Julius Caesar,” and Macbeth in “Macbeth.” And now, Derek Jacobi is taking on the obvious role in “King Lear.” Comment.
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Nemo spotted in Coney Island!

You can find Nemo in Coney Island! Comment.
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Royal wedding fever! Bloody good parties for Wills and Kate

Royal wedding fever has officially crossed the pond. Comment.
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Bugging out

A man who turns into a spider. Aerial acts above the audiences’ heads. Zip lines running from one end of the theater to the other. Comment.
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Head for the Inner Banks this Friday

All four members of Body Language have clearly defined roles. Matthew Young writes most of the lyrics. Ian Chang creates crazy beats on the drums. Grant Wheeler mans the keys. And Angelica Bess? Well, she adds the sparkle. Comment.
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Rabbit Hole’s ‘Frankenstein’ is still a sexy beast

For your next vacation, think green. Comment.

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