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Saturday, Jan. 10, 2004

BUCKET-ING THE SYSTEM

Salt Lake City, Utah-based SB Dance will unveil its hour-long modern dance work "The Bucket" at the Williamsburg Art Nexus (WAX) Jan. 15-17. Comment.

WALLS OF SOUND

The Brooklyn Philharmonic’s "Music Off the Walls" series, which began so auspiciously last year at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, returns to the museum this season with concerts programmed to coincide with a current exhibition. Comment.

STOMPIN’ GROUNDS

When Pepe Canto was born at Long Island College Hospital on Atlantic Avenue 30 years ago, the street had a different feel. Comment.

ROLLING IN DOUGH

On Smith Street you gotta have a gimmick. Comment.

HIDDEN GEM

There are two things, three if I include the waterfall, that you must disregard when considering a trip to Io, a new southern Italian restaurant in Williamsburg. Comment.

LONG FAURES

Gabriel Faure, featured in several Bargemusic concerts in the coming weeks, is a consistently underrated composer. Comment.

Jim Bouton cries ‘Foul’ over arena

Atlantic Yards: Jim Bouton is no rookie when it comes to telling it like it is. Comment.

BRUCE ALMIGHTY        

Atlantic Yards: While developer Bruce Ratner is busy trying to promote a professional basketball arena for the New Jersey Nets in the heart of Brooklyn, some developers are crying foul. Comment.

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