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Monday, Oct. 28, 2002

WELCOME TO ’NAM

BAM film series looks at the Vietnam War on film

The Vietnam War was the first conflict fought in the full glare of cameras - not only still photographers, who had first chronicled the Civil War, but also television news crews, brought the war into the homes of millions, eventually helping to turn the tide against our beleaguered involvement. Comment.

BOO KEEPERS

Be afraid. Be very afraid! Comment.

PASSION PLAY

When the 250th anniversary of Johann Sebastian Bach’s death was commemorated by the International Bach Akademie’s Passion 2000 festival in Stuttgart, Germany, new Passions were commissioned from four composers. Comment.

CHOW TOWN

The most difficult part of dining in Brooklyn is the sheer volume of choices. If our own neighborhood can’t supply us with the crepes we desire or decent linguine with white clam sauce, well, we can just whip out the MetroCard and find ourselves a neighborhood nearby that can. Comment.

HOME BEAT

Brace yourself, Brooklyn, this is history in the making. . Comment.

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