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Alton Brown: "Eat Your Science" 

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Celebrity chef Alton Brown makes a stop in Kingston on his "Edible Inevitable" tour before a run on Broadway. Brown is the energetic host of the Food Network's "Cutthroat Kitchen" and "Good Eats," as well as the author of the award-winning cookbook I'm Just Here for the Food. His live "Eat Your Science" performance combines fun-filled food demonstrations with an empirical discovery format—think Bill Nye meets guitar-playing food critic. This event will showcase googly-eyed puppets, songs, and culinary demos. Brown appears on Thursday, November 17 at 8 pm at Ulster Performing Arts Center in Kingston. Tickets start at $55. Bardavon.org.

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