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Monday, April 22, 2002

OLD IS NEW AGAIN

Thrift shops - and vintage clothing - are thriving in fashion-conscious Brooklyn

Walk through any Brooklyn neighborhood these days and you’re likely to come across another thriving thrift shop. Comment.

’SWEET’ IT IS

The Washington Ballet will give its New York City premiere of "Journey Home" this Saturday - in Brooklyn! Comment.

Critiquing the critic

Letters: My name is Jim McNulty, and I directed the current production of "A Shot in the Dark" at the Heights Players. Paulanne Simmons wrote the review, which was published April 8. Comment.

DIVINE INSPIRATION

Historians tell us that drama began as ritual related to religious belief. So it is entirely fitting that the Brooklyn Family Theatre should be housed in and sponsored by a Brooklyn church, the Church of Gethsemane in Park Slope. But just as appropriate is the company’s inaugural production, "Godspell: A Musical Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew." Comment.

FASHION TODAY

Where to start to update your spring-summer wardrobe? Brooklyn’s fashion purveyors have much to tempt the discerning shopper. Comment.

MAN AT WORK

Ask Denis O’Hare how his current role in the play "Helen," at The Public Theater in Lower Manhattan, differs from others, and the actor just shakes his head. Comment.

COMFORT FOOD

Many diners might choose Corn Bread Cafe in Park Slope for its southern fried chicken or barbecue pork chops, but the warm, crumbly corn muffins alone are worth the trip, arriving at your table as a complimentary preview of the hospitality and delicious food to come. Comment.

COUTURE KIDS

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