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Monday, Sept. 23, 2002

OCEAN OF FLAVOR

Pearl Room unveils new dishes for fall

As the name suggests, the Pearl Room is very serious about seafood - albeit with Italian flourishes. Comment.

HOMEGROWN

Fashion designer Lorie Miccio of Dyker Heights has created a line of accessories, "Deconstructing Lavender," to accent your fall wardrobe. This tie-dyed denim and fleece scarf ($50), with frayed fringe and studs, will keep you warm while it adds a little rock ’n’ roll to your ensemble. The 52-inch by 9-inch scarf is available in various colors upon the customer’s request. To order, call (718) 238-2087. Comment.

NEW ’DESIRE’

As part of BAMcinematek’s series, "Fear and Fury: The American Cinema of Fritz Lang," a new print of "Human Desire" (1954), starring Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame and Broderick Crawford, will light up the silver screen on Sept. 23 and Sept. 24 at 4:30, 6:50 and 9:10 pm. Comment.

OTTOMAN AMBIANCE

Gateway to the East, Turkey boasts a refined cuisine and a culture of warm hospitality. One flight up from the shops on Montague Street, Brooklyn’s newest Turkish restaurant, Kapadokya, offers diners a taste of these traditions. Comment.

LOESSER IS MORE

For their first production of the season, the Gallery Players have set themselves a huge undertaking: Frank Loesser’s "The Most Happy Fella." Comment.

TRIBUTE TO A ’GOOD MAN’

This year Our Lady of Guadalupe Youth Theatre Company is presenting a work by one of the borough’s own - "You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown," by the late Clark Gesner, who lived in Brooklyn Heights for over 20 years and died on July 23. Comment.

SHORT TAKES

Champagne and Candlelight is a company that’s serious about opera. Comment.

CENTER STAGE

Once again Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College has announced a season that is as diverse as Brooklyn itself. Comment.