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Monday, Aug. 4, 2003

MEET YOUR BAKER

Beware of the husband-and-wife team of Nicole Lane and Joseph Rodriguez. Comment.

ALL STRUNG OUT

The City Parks Foundation presents "Sleeping Beauty," a production of Puppets in the Parks, on Aug. 1, at 11 am, in Brower Park (Brooklyn Avenue at Prospect Place). The production travels the five boroughs of the city in a "puppetmobile" (pictured), equipped with a stage and the staff of puppeteers. Comment.

ALL FOR LOVE

Theatre OUF! presents a new adaptation of Moliere’s "Scapin," directed by Helene Deme Elzevir, at the Impact Theater (190 Underhill Ave. between Sterling Place and St. Johns Place in Prospect Heights) July 31, Aug. 1 and Aug. 3 at 8 pm, and Aug. 2 at 9 pm. Comment.

B-MOVIE MAGIC

The 1953 sci-fi flick, "It Came from Outer Space," will be screened at the Brooklyn Museum of Art on Aug. 2 at 7 pm as part of its monthly "First Saturday" program of free art and entertainment Comment.

PULLED RIGHT IN

There’s something about walking into a bar and feeling like you own it. Comment.

ACTION HEROES

Most movie lovers usually picture Toshiro Mifune with his weapon at the ready and a scowl on his face: the intensely serious samurai swordsman. Comment.

FLYING SOLO

Randall Hodgkinson is excited about his all-Beethoven program coming up at Bargemusic. Comment.

LIKE BEES TO HONEY

Maybe it was the pitchers of mojitos or the canopied launch that took partygoers on tours of the lake, but the Prospect Park Alliance’s "Summer Soiree" benefit was like a page out of "The Great Gatsby" - a trip back in time to a more sophisticated, genteel age with strong drinks and intoxicating women. Comment.

FLOUR POWER

Zakary Pelaccio’s world is small. Comment.

Hurst’s Bocchino a Crosscutter

Cyclones: “Walk him! Walk him!” screamed the Brooklyn faithful at Cyclones’ manager Tim Teufel as Bensonhurst resident Anthony Bocchino came to bat for Williamsport in a crucial spot on July 28. Comment.

Danny may be first to The Show

Play’s the Thing: Don Zimmer, the New York Yankees bench coach, is the last player from the Brooklyn Dodgers who is still in uniform every day. Soon a new person with Brooklyn on his resume will be in the majors. Comment.

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