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Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009

Java man! New Hook roaster offers the best beans ever

Dining: No, you actually have never had a good cup of coffee — yet. But that’s all going to change once Stumptown Coffee Roasters — the brew that made Portland famous — opens its new roasting facility in Red Hook next month. Comments (1).

Czars of rock!

Music: Mumiy Troll, the seminal Soviet-era rock group, is undergoing a musical Glasnost. Comments (2).

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Friday, Jan. 9, 2009

9 in ‘09: What you’ll be doing, eating and seeing this year (including this French painting)

Our news reporters have given you a list of the 90 people, places and things that will be generating headlines in ’09, so now it’s time for GO Brooklyn to weigh in on the nine entertainment trends that will be occupying your time over the next 12 months. Comments (3).

Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2009

Make no mis-steak — choose Morton’s over Peter Luger

Dining: Our meat-loving critic takes a bite out of Peter Luger’s much-vaunted porterhouse — and finds the new Morton’s superior in so many ways. Comments (56).

Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2009

Drinking in some great art

Art: For all of you who have looked at a piece of modern art and muttered, “My kid could do that,” boy, do we have an art show for you. Comment.

Brooklyn Flea to land in DUMBO

Shopping: Call it “the wee flea.” Comment.

Monday, Jan. 5, 2009

It’s story time! Moth series comes to Brooklyn — tonight!

Event: Park Slope bar-goers: get ready to spill your guts. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 2, 2009

Smash or Trash!

Smash or Trash: The Brooklyn Paper’s Smash or Trash team is back — this time “reviewing” Russia’s hottest rock band’s new single, “Queen of Rock.” It’s in Russian, but that doesn’t faze this team of rock monsters. With video … Comment.

Bee smart about health

Shopping: Why carbo-load on energy drinks when you can “bee” natural? That was Brooklyn Heights resident David Luks’s brainstorm last spring when the avid runner — and cancer patient — caught wind of new scientific research that touted the benefits of honey. Comments (1).

Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2008

New wine bar in old bottle on Henry Street

Dining: New life will soon come to the disgraced corner of Henry and Cranberry streets — and the two popular neighborhood restaurateurs say they have no connection to the arrested operator of the previous establishment at the site. Comments (3).

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