Tuesday, January 12, 2010

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:

Music: The family that plays together stays together, at least that seems to be the case with the Trachtenburgs, "informational artists" who play the Knitting Factory January 21, with youngest member Rachel's girl band Supercute! also on the bill. For a round-robin of singer-songwriters, try out the Brooklyn Songwriters Exchange, which kicks off the new year January 18 at Union Hall.

Dance: Williamsburg-based dance company STREB reach Olympic heights as they travel to Vancouver for the Winter Olympics' Cultural Olympiad.

Art: Musicians, poets, dancers, and other youth performers from New York’s most talented borough converge on IS 291 January 22 for the series “Real Bushwick/ Bushwick Real?” which promises something for everyone. On January 22,

Books: Laugh out loud at the Fort Greene bookstore Greenlight this month, as it kicks off its comedy reading series Steamboat January 21. At home, we test Food Network sensation Alton Brown's "Good Eats: The Early Years" and his All-Pantry Tomato Sauce.

Food: We take a look at Park Slope gem El Pollo, which serves up Peruvian fare at the cozy spot.

Columns: Pumps & Pleats previews the latest designer line at Target, this one from Rodarte, while the Klutz goes Medieval with tomato soup, and The Reporter's Table saut├ęs and roasts seasonal vegetables.

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


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