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Monday, Sept. 29, 2003

ON THE RIGHT TRACK

After a two-year hiatus, Transit Museum reopens

After two years of rehabilitation, the New York Transit Museum reopened Sept. 16 to tell a more complete story of 175 years of urban mass transportation history than ever before. Comment.

HOUSE PARTY

"If you build it, they will come." Comment.

NEW WORKS

"Embracing the Influence" is One World Symphony’s continuing exploration of how classical music connects past with present. Comment.

KEEPING IT REAL

The Brooklyn Academy of Music mines the world’s performing arts community for avant-garde talent, but to helm a new production of "Henry IV, Part One" - one of two productions kicking off the 2003 Next Wave Festival, the organizers didn’t have to look far. Comment.

HUGS AND QUICHES

Can a woman who makes her living tasting and critiquing food find happiness with a burger-and-beer guy? Readers who followed Amanda Hesser’s "Food Diary," in the New York Times Sunday Magazine for a year-and-a-half, know the happy outcome. Comment.

OOO LA LAH!

Women figure prominently in this weekend’s New French Connection film series at BAMcinematek. Comment.

FLACK FLICK

Public relations man Dan Klores (pictured), who counts among his 100 clients Jennifer Lopez and choreographer Mark Morris, seemed relaxed and accessible at a screening of his first film, the documentary "The Boys of 2nd Street Park" at Brooklyn College on Sept. 19. Comment.

IN THE SWIM

As Hurricane Isabel stormed her way up the coast, the New York Aquarium bravely went ahead with its annual gala in the Seaside Pavilion in Coney Island on Sept. 18. Comment.

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