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Monday, Oct. 8, 2001

HEART AND SOUL

St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble returns to Bklyn Museum with trio of concerts

The reassuring power of music remains one of our best hopes for the continued survival of civilized society, and the fact that the fall classical season is underway will undoubtedly "civilize" us even further. Comment.

BLUE’S FACTORY

There’s a new club in Red Hook which opened quietly on Sept. 21. Red Hook Blue is located at 18 Commerce St. between Richards and Columbia streets in the former Royal Ink factory. Comment.

’IVAN’ THE GREAT

When Andrei Tarkovsky died in 1986, shortly after finishing his post-apocalyptic fantasy "The Sacrifice," he left behind a sturdy body of work that encompassed just seven feature films over a quarter-century. Comment.

BLUE’S FACTORY

TALES OF THE CITY

In 1955, the Brooklyn Dodgers brought pride and joy to their hometown when they defeated the New York Yankees to win the World Series. Two years later, the infamous Walter O’Malley took our beloved Dodgers to Los Angeles. Comment.

THE PIANO MAN

Although the dark cloud of the recent World Trade Center attack threatened to stifle the evening, friends and colleagues of "keeper of the be-bop flame" Barry Harris made sure the tribute in honor of the music educator was a celebration. Comment.

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