Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006

Photos Beyond NYC

Creatively ‘Happy’

Brooklyn On the Mind

‘Good Enough’ Theatre

Lost Theatres of Bklyn

Jazz Spot

375 Kosciuszko Street Comment.

Ray’s Lounge

9604 Third Avenue Comment.

Two Boots

514 Second Street Comment.

Henry Grattan’s

8814 Third Avenue Comment.

Griswold’s Pub

7726 Third Ave., Bay Ridge Comment.

Royal Downtown

215 Union Street Comment.

After Dark

Backroom, 485 Dean St., 622-7035, fri. 2/24, 8:30pm, Dooryard Quartet * 10:30pm, Al Duva * 11:30pm, The Atomic Grind Show, rock & roll sideshow * sat. 2/25, 4-8pm, Mardi Gras Gumbo Fundraiser to benefit New Orleans restaurants * 9:30pm, Rachel Kershenbaum * 10:30pm, Basement band, rock improv band * 11:30pm, Gift Shop, pop * sun. 2/26, 9pm, Pub Quiz * mon. 2/27, Open Mic * tues. 2/28, 9:30pm, Fusion Collective, collaboration of like-minded Fusion players in the NYC. Comment.

Date Movie

Date Movie, PG-13 Comment.

Final Destination 3

When a high school student fails to stop the fated roller coaster ride that she predicted would cause the deaths of several of her friends, she teams with a schoolmate, in a race against time to prevent the Grim Reaper from revisiting the survivors of the first tragedy. Starring Ryan Merriman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Texas Battle, Gina Holden, Dustin Milligan. Directed by James Wong. Comment.

Swapping Songs

Timetable

Final Destination 3 R (fri. 2/24) 6, 8, 10 (sat. 2/25) 1, 3:20, 5:40, 8, 10:30 (sun. 2/26) noon, 2:20, 4:40, 7, 9:30 (mon. 2/27) 7, 9:15 (tues. 2/28) 7, 9:15 (wed. 2/29) 9:30 (thurs. 2/30) 7, 9:15 Comment.

Film

mon. 2/28, 7pm, @Barbes, 376 Ninth St., 965-9177, barbesbrooklyn.com * US. 1926. Silent. (70 min). Produced by the Colored Players Film Corporation, this adaptation of the temperance play became the most popular all-black silent film. Featuring Lawrence Chenault as a sleazy bar owner and Charles Gilpin as a drunk. Directed by Roy Calnek Comment.

Around The Clock: February 24-March 5

Trouble-Makin’ Ladies Unbound: Provocative Artists Celebrate the Feminine Mystique

The World Comes to Dance At the Brooklyn Public Library

Dining Listings

Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights Comment.

BAMkids Film Fest

Object Image Gallery

Shoots And Greens

Children’s Concert

‘Cultural Memory’

Cages Unleashed

Mark Morris Dance Group

Intriguing Women From Around the World

Indoor & Outdoor Art

Brazilian Dance Party

Pass the Doobie And the Gunpowder

on stage

Black Eagles @ Paul Robeson Theatre, 40 Greene Avenue, 783-9794 * showtimes: sat. 2/18 thru sat. 3/4 * mon. thru fri. 11am, fridays 8pm, sat. 3/4 8pm * tickets $20 adults, $15 seniors, students, group disc. * synopsis: Written by Leslie Lee, Directed by Evria Dechane Atwell, Black Eagles is an extraordinary drama about the Tuskegee airmen, America's first Black fighter pilots. Comment.

Crucible Set to Open at Heights Players

The original Broadway production premiered in 1953 and starred Arthur Kennedy, Madeleine Sherwood, Beatrice Straight and E.G. Marshall; a movie version featured Winona Ryder and Daniel Day Lewis. Comment.

Solid ‘Gold’ Italy

The Brooklyn Cultural Circuit

Doll and Toy Museum of NYC * dtmnyc.org * 243-0820 * current exhibits: @ Bay Ridge Public Library, 7223 Ridge Blvd, 748-5709, Teddy Bears * @ Brooklyn Heights Public Library, 280 Cadman Plaza West, 623-7100, The Milne Collection Period Rooms, New York City Imagined: Leaders Past & Present, 4 miniature period rooms with over 300 tiny treasures. Plus, the doll collection of Rosemarie DeRose school, camp & group tours available. Comment.

Brooklyn Public Library

Rockaway Artists Alliance @ Rockaway Center for the Arts

@Rockaway Center Comment.

Brooklyn Conservatory of Music

Conservatory of Music Comment.

The Henry Gregg Gallery

111 Front Street Comment.

MadArts

255 18th Street Comment.

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts

for the Performing Arts Comment.

Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum

Farmhouse Museum Comment.

Arts

Bargemusic, Fulton Ferry Landing, 624-4061, fri. 2/24, Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven, w/Donna Weng-Friedman, piano * sat. 2/25, 7:30pm, sun. 2/26, 4pm, Mozart, Beethoven, Shostakovich w/Paul Ostrovsky, piano. Comment.

Flamenco Festival

OMNI Ensemble Live

Springfield Gardens maintains watch on jail as Meeks blasts Bush’s budget

Meeks took a few minutes to criticize President George W. Bush's proposed 2007 budget, which he said would adversely affect low and middle income New Yorkers, of whom a disproportionate number are minorities. Comment.

Student loses legs in accident at Utopia Parkway

Francis Lewis senior Andrew Tsai was in critical condition at Bellevue Hospital Center in Manhattan, his right leg severed and his left leg partially severed, according to reports. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 27, 2006

Talented P.S. 10 Kids Dance the Afternoon Away

Consumers’ Corner: Love Is In The Air

Go On Safari Right In Your Own Backyard

An End to the ‘Troubles’ In Northern Ireland?

Forum to Focus On Solutions to Nagging Traffic Problems

More ‘Seed Money’ to Grow Brooklyn Greenway

Jumping Jambalaya! It’s Mardi Gras In Park Slope

Work On Mary McDowell Learning Ctr. Expansion Nears Completion

In the Beginning: Trace Jewish Roots In Brooklyn

Spend the Afternoon Dancing And Laughing At St. John’s Rec Center

Oh, They Grow Up So Fast! Used Clothing Sale For Kids At Coop School

‘Nouveau Prehistoric’ Pieces Debut At the Monster Gallery

Eatin’ Good In the Neighborhood: Nabe Welcomes New Applebee’s Eatery

Yaz Band to Plan Solomon’s Porch Cafe

Congressional Slugfest

LIU Wants to Take You On Wild Safari In Your Own Backyard

Good Fat, Bad Fat

Voyage of Hope Begins

Greenbacks For Greenway

An End to Irish ‘Troubles?’

Jumping Jambalaya! It’s Mardi Gras Time In Brooklyn

Plenty of Love to Go Around At Choo Choo’s

POLICE BLOTTER

More ‘Fertilizer’ For Brooklyn Greenway Project

Senior Dance Social

In the Beginning: Trace the Roots of Judaism In Brooklyn

Young Einsteins In a ‘Pickle’

They Grow So Fast! Used Clothing Sale For Kids

Criminal Justice Sunday

‘Nouveau Prehistoric’ At the Monster Gallery

Yaz Band to Play Solomon’s  Porch Cafe

British firm to buy KeySpan

KeySpan Corp. announced Monday it will be bought out by London-based National Grid in an all cash deal valued at approximately $7.3 billion. The transaction will double National Grid's customer base to about 8 million in the northeast United States and help to create the third-largest energy utility company in the country, KeySpan and National Grid officials said. Comment.

109th arrests 3 in Flushing, Whitestone home robs

Police arrested a gang of alleged thieves in Flushing Thursday who they believe are responsible for a pattern of at least 25 burglaries throughout Flushing and Whitestone, authorities said. Comment.

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