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Monday, July 29, 2002

ON THE ROOF

Williamsburg rooftop is hot venue for summer of indie flix

Independent cinema is thriving on top of Peter’s Car Corp., an industrial building covered with graffiti that is now topped with a small movie screen. Comment.

NEW WORK

Be the first to see three new dance works, commissioned by Celebrate Brooklyn, which have been choreographed and will be performed by David Neumann and NicholasLeichterDance on Aug. 2. Comment.

KEEPING IT REAL

Ken Loach, famed documenter of the British working class, has spent his career making radical films that examine all aspects of the British social system, from government agencies to the economic strata in which people live their lives. Comment.

TWO TIMER

Love can be lovelier the second time around. The same can be said for careers and even restaurants. Take Isobel, a new French-Mediterranean restaurant that opened in Brooklyn Heights early this June replacing Tinto, a short-lived tapas bar and restaurant. Comment.

STREET FIGHT

If you’re a woman walking down the street in Brooklyn, it’s likely you have been or will be on the receiving end of catcalls, men shouting remarks about the way you look. Comments (1).

Clones welcomes back Duke

Cyclones: How good are Brooklyn fans? So good, according to the one and only Duke Snider, that they’ll make mental mistakes in a beloved player’s favor. Comment.

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