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Monday, Jan. 14, 2002

TRADING PLACES

American musicians bring sights and sounds of the Silk Road to Brooklyn

Ted Monnich had to think twice before deciding to come to Brooklyn this month. Comment.

KIDS DANCE ’STRICT’

The Kids Cafe Festival 2002 begins on Jan. 18 at 8 pm with a benefit performance featuring choreographer Doug Varone’s "Strict Love." Comment.

LET IT LIE

No one’s perfect, either in life or in art. Certainly, no playwright creates a perfect work every time he sets pen to paper. Shakespeare, if the truth were known, undoubtedly had his flops, and we may assume they died a quiet death and were buried. Comment.

NEW FRONTIER

In the early 1900s, Downtown Brooklyn was a major theater district with the Strand and Majestic theaters next to each other on Fulton Street and the famed Paramount a few blocks away. Comment.

BURGER HEAVEN

From the outside, you might mistake Bonnie’s Grill for just another hole-in-the-wall hamburger joint. Mistake being the operative word. Comments (2).

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