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Monday, Feb. 25, 2002

PHILHARMONIC HITS SOUR NOTE WITH UNION

In dispute over new contract, musicians claim orchestra management is locking them out

Musicians of the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra, who for five months have been in negotiations for a new contract, charged the orchestra’s management this week with locking them out of performances. Comment.

FRESH FISH

The Minnow was so packed on a recent Friday evening that you’d swear the restaurant was giving away free dinners. It’s true that there were no seafood restaurants in Park Slope, and the neighborhood needed one badly, but really, all this hoopla over fish? Comment.

Dining critic’s columns attract   attention

Letters: I am writing to compliment your newspaper on the excellent Brooklyn dining columns by Tina Barry. As a longtime Brooklyn resident, I have been reading The Brooklyn Papers on a regular basis and have been particularly pleased during the past several months at the inclusion of Barry’s articles. Comment.

EDITOR’S PICK

For those interested in making Brooklyn a cleaner place - or those awed by the impact and art of documentary filmmaking, don’t miss Brooklyn Film Networks’ free evening of food, music and film at the Brooklyn Museum of Art (200 Eastern Parkway) on Feb. 28 beginning at 6 pm. Comment.

’JEWS OF BROOKLYN’

A lecture, slide presentation and reception marked the official opening of the photo exhibit, "Jews of Brooklyn," on Feb. 6, at the Selena Gallery in the Downtown Brooklyn campus of Long Island University. Comment.

FREUDIAN SLIP

Sometimes a good idea just isn’t enough. . Comment.

LET THE GAMES BEGIN

There’s nothing like a classic tale of incest and infidelity to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Comment.

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