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Monday, Sept. 10, 2001

FUNNY FACE

BAM’s latest film series remembers best works of Italian comedian Toto

Long before Cher, Sting and Madonna, a one-named Italian comedian was breaking box-office records in his native country. Comments (2).

GROWING BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS

Anyone who’s worried that Mark Morris’ love affair with Brooklyn is just a passing dalliance doesn’t know the renowned choreographer very well. Comment.

AIM TO PLEASE

The Heights Players’ 46th season is filled with comedies, dramas, musicals and family entertainment. Comment.

UP ALL NIGHT

Around this time every year, thousands of the music industry’s biggest wigs flock to New York for four days and nights to see hundreds of the hottest new bands. It’s called the CMJ Music Marathon, and like the Sundance Film Festival is for actors and directors, CMJ is where many up-and-coming musicians get the chance to be noticed and move from the minor leagues into the majors. Comment.

BookCourt to party with creators of Brooklyn book

On Sept. 8, BookCourt (163 Court St. at Dean Street) will celebrate its 20th anniversary with two special guests. Owners Mary Gannet and Henry Zook have invited Cobble Hill residents Michael Robbins and Wendy Palitz to be on hand at 2 pm to join in the celebration. Robbins, editor, and Palitz, designer, have a reason to party, too - the publication of their new book, "Brooklyn: A State of Mind" (Workman Publishing, $19.95). Comment.

SPELLBOUND ON 12TH

A few years ago I was sent on a trip to Paris. Being in the fashion business, my job was to shop in the chicest boutiques. Sounds like a dream trip doesn’t it? Shop till you drop, eat in world-class bistros. Comment.

Fight suspensions are handed down

Cyclones: Although the Cyclones front office put a gag order on its players and coaching staff after last month’s bench-clearing brawl with the Hudson Valley Renegades, The Brooklyn Papers, using heretofore unknown journalistic skills, was able to obtain the complete list of suspensions and fines. Comment.

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