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Monday, April 28, 2003

STAR POWER

Chef Thomas Ferlesch wins over hearts and palates with his new Fort Greene bistro

In 1981, New York Times dining critic Mimi Sheraton bestowed four stars on a 23-year-old chef. The restaurant was Vienna ’79, and the honor made Thomas Ferlesch the youngest chef to be awarded quadruple stars in the history of the Times. Comment.

BALL PLAYERS

The biggest splash a ballet company can make in its debut appearance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music is by giving a fresh spin to one of the most popular and enduring ballets. Comment.

FACES IN THE CROWD

Babies crying, machines beeping, voices echoing off the walls - welcome to the Brooklyn Public Library, where no one is quiet except for a small group gathered between the checkout counter, the information desk and the periodicals room. Comments (1).

GRAVE DANCERS

Danzas Espanolas will welcome spring with a festive presentation of authentic Spanish dances performed at Green-Wood Cemetery’s renovated neo-Gothic chapel (500 25th St. at Fifth Avenue), on April 27 at 5 pm. Comment.

WORLD VISION

Brooklyn is not Sundance," says Marco Ursino, as if to reassure himself. . Comment.

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