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Monday, Sept. 15, 2003


Ordinarily, films at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s repertory film program are screened for just one day as part of a retrospective or film series - but "Warrior of Light" is no ordinary film. Comment.


She greets her Atlantic Avenue neighbors in an animal print jacket by Vestite Y Andate, open to reveal a rather naughty swath of exposed skin. Perhaps window shoppers are distracted by her fabulous Glenda Gies leopard print handbag, and don’t notice that, on this day, she’s opted to wear a scarf rather than a blouse. Comment.


Can two divorced men - an irresponsible slob and a self-righteous neat freak - live together without driving each other crazy? Comment.


The Korean Cultural Outreach Network (KCON) will host a daylong festival featuring Korean drumming on Sept. 14, in Cypress Hills’ Highland Park from noon to 5 pm. Comment.


Plenty of places exist where one can mainline a cup of coffee, but few claim their beans are socially and environmentally conscious. Comments (1).


The works of 100 artists will be featured as part of the latest Brooklyn Working Artists Coalition exhibit, "The Brooklyn Painters Show 2003," which opens Saturday. Comment.


It became clear, as we wound our way through the packed opening of the "Made in Brooklyn" exhibition inside Manhattan’s Felissimo Design House Tuesday night, that Brooklyn and its artists have forged a fashion mecca. Comment.


The Gallery Players kicks off its new season with "Bedroom Farce," a play featuring four couples, one of which is suffering from serious relationship problems. Comment.


In June 2002, I reviewed Alicia’s, a cafe in Brooklyn Heights. Alicia’s had opened several months before my visit there settling into a comfortable spot as the neighborhood’s "charming little place around the corner." Comment.

The mayor greets the mayor

Cyclones: Arriving at Williamsport’s historic Bowman Field, I was cheered by dozens of Crosscutter fans who remembered my boisterous rooting for the Cyclones at that very park on Sept. 10, 2001 — and, more importantly, remember what happened the day after. Comment.

Relishing    victory

Cyclones: Perennial Hot Dog Race loser Relish leads the pack during third consecutive win Sunday at Keyspan Park. At left, Relish gets a congratulatory hug from Cyclones mascot Sandy the Seagull, who fought off a natural instinct by not sinking beak into sausage. Comment.

Brooklyn tops Oneonta, wins league playoffs, 2 games to 1

Cyclones: Oneonta, N.Y., is a city of less than 14,000 people. Brooklyn, N.Y., is a borough of 2.6 million, many of them Cyclone fanatics. Comment.

Clones cry: Wait ’til next year

Cyclones: After losing 7-2 in Pennsylvania Tuesday, it was do-or-die for the Brooklyn Cyclones Wednesday night at Keyspan Park — and they died. Comment.