Tuesday, October 20, 2009

This week in 24/Seven

Each week we'll preview what you can expect in our 24/Seven print edition, out Thursday for you southern Brooklynites and Friday for the downtown neighborhoods.

Highlights include:

Art rock: A look at the Brooklyn Museum's latest: "Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present." Yes, it's as cool as it sounds. Opens October 30, with a special preview exhibition the day before open to museum members, and featuring a performance by one of rock and rolls greats - Blondie.

Food: Foodies unite! October 27, food-lovers from across Brooklyn and beyond will descend on Stage 6 at the Steiner Studios in the Brooklyn Navy Yard for the borough’s annual gustatory extravaganza, Brooklyn Eats. Get a taste of what to expect.

Theater: Ireland’s premiere theater company, Druid, returns to the Brooklyn stage this season with more powerful storytelling in Enda Walsh’s “The New Electric Ballroom,” opening October 27 at St. Ann's Warehouse in DUMBO, which marks its 30th season this year.

Halloween: Last week we looked at what to do with the kiddies this Halloween season. For those looking for a night out that doesn't involve trick or treating, catch our guide to what's going on in Brooklyn, from masquerades to acrobatics.

Music: Boston R&B throwback Miss Fairchild had such a positive experience playing the Brooklyn Academy of Music a couple of years back, it was only a matter of time before they returned to the Fort Greene venue. They do just that this October 30, with a sure to be stellar show at BAMcafé Live.

Film: On screen at BAMcinĂ©matek: “Hungarians in Hollywood,” now to October 27 and again on November 23. This series, featuring an incredibly diverse list of films from the last 75 years, honors the Hungarian directors, actors, composers, and screenwriters who have made a major impact on American cinema.

Columns: It's the final showdown of "The Iron Klutz," as The Next Iron Chef” star Seamus Mullen gives Michele her toughest challenge yet with not one but two dishes from the tapas menu at his restaurant Boquieria. Meanwhile, Pumps & Pleats heads to Cog & Pearl, a boutique in Park Slope that carries a lovely collection of fine jewelry crafted by emerging designers, many of whom live in Brooklyn.

For these stories and more, pick up a copy in your nabe or check back here later this week!


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