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New comedic book contemplates ‘The Harm in Asking’

Greenpoint
“I think that anything has the potential to be funny,” Brooklyn-based writer and comedian Sara Barron told us in a recent interview. … Full Article
 

Back to court? SUNY denies claim of last-minute LICH voting interference

Cobble Hill
Two hours after panel members turned in their votes for a new LICH operator, LICH attorneys raised questions about alleged interference with the voting process and threatened to take SUNY back to court if the allegations proved true. SUNY emphatically denied the claim. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn-based writer, chef explores art of food in debut book

DUMBO
At age 27, Brooklyn-based chef Michael Gibney took a break from the kitchen — where he’d been working alongside some of the most acclaimed chefs in the country since age 16 — to channel his creative energy into writing. … Full Article
 

LICH full-service hospital bids get positive reaction at Brooklyn forum

Cobble Hill
A crowd of hundreds packed Founders Hall Auditorium at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights Tuesday night to hear details about nine proposals for Long Island College Hospital (LICH). … Full Article
 

No. 1: It's a wonderland for comic-book fans

Williamsburg
The coolest storefront in East Williamsburg is Sparacino's Bakery at 540 Metropolitan Ave. No, wait! Make that Desert Island, which is the name of the comics store/book shop that occupies the space. … Full Article
 

No. 2: Yep, that's an Airstream in that building facade

Williamsburg
The coolest commercial building in East Williamsburg – at 571 Lorimer St. – has an Airstream trailer built into it. It houses Zona Rosa, a Mexican restaurant that opened last July. … Full Article
 

No. 3: Ave Maria! This church is being turned into an apartment building

Williamsburg
Say Amen to the coolest residential development in East Williamsburg – which is being built in a former Catholic church.  … Full Article
 

No. 4: Food for thought … Should we have salad, or a gooey cheese entree?

Williamsburg
The coolest lunch and dinner place in East Williamsburg is Grand Morelos, the Mexican restaurant at 727 Grand St. … Full Article
 

Brooklynite’s debut novel blends art history and fiction

Park Slope
In her debut novel “Under the Egg” (Dial; March 18), Brooklyn writer Laura Marx Fitzgerald masterfully blends historical facts from the art world, the Renaissance, and World War II to create an enthralling mystery that pivots around one of the most monumental treasure hunts in history. … Full Article
 

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