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Wednesday, July 17, 2002

SURVEY SAYS...

Zagat reveals boro’s fave eateries and shops

It may not rank with Columbus hitting upon America, but dining guide guru Tim Zagat has discovered Brooklyn. Comment.

OUTDOOR FILMS

That precocious Erasmus Hall High School graduate Barbara Streisand (pictured with Robert Redford), will return to Brooklyn - on the silver screen - on July 25 as part of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Summer Film Series. Comment.

MARTY ROCKS

It’s an old event thrown from a new office. . Comment.

LOSS FOR WORDS

Sometime in his life playwright Johnathan Cerio found out that we all die. Apparently, he never got over this profound discovery. Comment.

BARGAIN BITES

Take friends with a house in the Hamptons, add a long weekend invitation, mix with an elegantly packaged treat you can eat, (remove the price tag; no one needs to know that you paid under $25) and you have the recipe for a successful visit to the beach house. Comment.

SCENE STEALER

Although the classic car chase in "The French Connection" remains the most indelible Brooklyn moment on film, the astonishing ride through Greenpoint by Gary Oldman and Lena Olin in the stylish and bloody "Romeo Is Bleeding" runs a close second. Comments (1).

Welcome  back, boys

Cyclones: Two of the greatest Cyclones of all time — Joe Jiannetti and John Toner — returned triumphantly to Brooklyn last week. Comment.

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