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Monday, Aug. 6, 2001

CHANGE IS GOOD

The 19th annual Brooklyn Working Artists Coalition sculpture show will be unveiled at Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park on Saturday, Aug. 4. Comment.

NOT WORTH IT

The Impact Theater is looking for new plays from Brooklyn playwrights. Lord knows we can use some new talent. Comment.

EMMYLOU TO HELP CELEBRATE BROOKLYN

Country singer Emmylou Harris is lending her considerable talents to Celebrate Brooklyn’s first-ever benefit concert on Aug. 7. Comment.

BRITISH INVASION

Who would have thought that this population of marathon-running, fat-avoiding, fit folk would be flocking to an establishment like Park Slope’s The Chip Shop, where fried food rules and health consciousness is out the window? Comment.

GEORGIA PEACH

Brooklyn Philharmonic conductor Robert Spano will also assume the reins of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra this fall, putting the maestro in the enviable position of simultaneously running two of America’s most up-and-coming orchestras. Comment.

TOON TIME

In America, a few eyebrows may still rise at the sight of a major art institution turning its attention to cartoons. But the West’s growing recognition of "anime," Japanese animation, is currently much in evidence at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Comment.

Vlad escaped Cuba to chase a dream

Cyclones: One of the newest Cyclones also has the best story. Comment.

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