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Monday, April 1, 2002

FLYING DUO

The Wau Wau Sisters, pictured in a performance at the Galapagos Art Space [70 North Sixth St., (718) 782-5188] in Williamsburg on March 18, perform their mix of bawdy songs and aerial feats there every Monday night. The Wau Wau Sisters, also known as Adrienne Truscott and Tanya Gagne, will return on April 1 at 9 pm for another free performance. For more information, visit www.galapagosartspace.com on the Web. Comment.

DUMBO A GO-GO

Joe Strummer is, at age 49, a punk rock legend who feels he has a lot left to prove. Comment.

ALL THAT JAZZ

It’s time once again to celebrate jazz in Brooklyn and to celebrate Brooklyn’s history of producing great jazz musicians. Comment.

EAT AT JACK’S

If you shop on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope you may have noticed Jack’s, a restaurant that opened in October. And after a quick glance at the menu written on the chalkboard outside, and a peek into the restaurant, you may have asked yourself, "Why here?" Comment.

FAMILY CIRCUS

We always knew circuses had heart. Now we know they have soul, too. Comments (1).

GOT YOUR BAC

The Brooklyn Arts Council made 99 arts organizations very happy by giving away $159,000 in re-grants at Borough Hall on March 7. Despite cuts in the city budget, BAC Director Pamela Billig says BAC was still able to maintain its support of the borough’s artists - and actually gave away $4,000 more than last year. Comment.

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