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Monday, Aug. 20, 2001


St. Francis College gives Brooklyn Shakespeare company a home

The founder and co-artistic director of the Kings County Shakespeare Company now has something she never before had in her 18 years of producing the Bard’s work in Brooklyn - a home. Comment.


Shakespearean actors are not born. They are nurtured and developed. And if part of this means learning that the show must go on no matter what the conditions, then the Kings County Shakespeare Company’s Classical Actor Training Program Company certainly earned its stripes when it opened "The Comedy of Errors" on the hottest evening of the year - a day when triple-digit temperatures rendered most people in the metropolitan area helpless in front of their air conditioners. Comment.


Theme restaurants irk me. Comment.


Jamie Moore has a lot of friends. The question, of course, then follows; who is Jamie Moore? Answer: Jamie Moore is the drummer for a Kensington-based band called Yes Virginia. He is also the founder of Brooklyn Above Ground (BAG). Comment.


As the borough pauses to reflect on the 10th anniversary of the Crown Heights riots, filmmaker Marc Levin is giving Brooklyn even more to talk about. Comment.

Players branching out to new digs        

Cyclones: After spending half a season in purgatory — dorm rooms at St. John’s University in Queens — a number of Cyclones have finally gotten roomier digs. Comment.

Clones weather storm on Island        

Cyclones: In the end, it was definitely worth the wait. Comment.