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Monday, Sept. 17, 2001

SCENE UNSEEN

Two-CD set delivers Brooklyn sounds to those who want to know ... first

Throughout history, many of the world’s greatest works of art seem to have occurred in clumps. Comment.

MURDER & MAYHEM

When in 1818, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wrote her gothic classic "Frankenstein," what she had in mind was a parable illustrating what happens when humans attempt to play God. In fact, the alternative title of the novel is "The Modern Prometheus." Comment.

THE THREE S’s

Paul Goebert knew he had a good thing going when he opened Max & Moritz five years ago. The Franco-American cafe with a German beer garden at 426 Seventh Ave. was an immediate success. Comment.

Series is canceled        

Cyclones: The remainder of the New York-Penn League championship series pitting the Brooklyn Cyclones against the Williamsport Crosscutters has been cancelled. Comment.

Brooklyn beats S.I. to win Battle of Boroughs and division title

Cyclones: Reliever Blake McGinley’s fastball cut through the cheers of the Brooklyn faithful Saturday night smoother than a Staten Island Ferry sailing through New York Harbor, and left a first-ever playoff series victory in its wake. Comment.

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