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Monday, Nov. 17, 2003

WOMEN EAT!

Superfine restaurant in DUMBO will host "Women Who Eat," on Nov. 19, from 7 pm to 9:30 pm. The evening of readings will feature nine food writers who contributed essays to "Women Who Eat: A New Generation on the Glory of Food," edited by Leslie Miller (Seal Press, November 2003). Comment.

ALL DRESSED UP

"A Stitch in Time," an installation of three dresses by Clinton Hill artist June Gaddy, is on display through Dec. 28 at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library. Comment.

THREE-LINERS

If the last time you felt like an accomplished poet was when you learned to write haiku in elementary school, fret not, because you can recapture that feeling at Southpaw on Wednesday, Nov. 19. Comment.

MOCHACHINO MIX

Bedford-Stuyvesant fashion designer Sabre Mochachino unveiled his latest line of clothing for men and women at a fashion show in Manhattan’s Aer Studio in September. The 31-year-old designer is celebrating 13 years of creating "downtown, urban chic" clothing, Mochachino told GO Brooklyn. He specializes in experimental concepts, new techniques and applications. Comments (3).

SIMPLE PLAN

Take a tiny storefront and turn it into a 20-seat restaurant. Serve dishes based on one simple idea. (In this case, the Mexican sandwich.) Add a few side dishes, and voila - a great concept is born. Comment.

BORO WARS!

The Municipal Art Society of New York hosted a jocular debate aboard the tall ship Peking at South Street Seaport recently that pitted the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn against each other. "The Better Borough: Brooklyn or Manhattan?" event was held last month as a fundraiser to benefit the society. Comment.

FOWL PLAY

Stepping into Los Paisanos, on Smith Street in Boerum Hill, is a little bit like falling into a time warp. Comment.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

I wanted to create a book that is an honest account of what artists eat and cook," author Frank Fedele says about his first book, "The Artist’s Palate: Cooking with the World’s Great Artists." Comment.

JAZZ SINGER

Whenever Carla Cook needs to escape the inharmonious urban vibes of the city, she heads for her favorite spot. Luckily, she doesn’t have to journey far. Comment.

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