Courier Life’s

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015

Bay Ridge

Lark in the park! Shakespeare troupe takes stage in Owl’s Head

All the Ridge’s a stage! Comment.
Dyker Heights

Root of the problem: Dyker residents see new street trees as arboreal assault

They’re sending in the tree-inforcements. Comment.

Ridge Revolution anniversary highlights black history

It was America’s original Rainbow Coalition. Comment.

Infectious tunes: Rock opera explores the social life of bacteria

Human behavior is under the microscope. Comment.

Rising fun: Local writer kicks off Japanese festival in Williamsburg

It may not be as cool as Brooklyn, but Japan has its points. Comment.
Joe Knows

Opener will give glimpse of future for Lincoln, Erasmus

We will learn plenty a week from now in Coney Island. Comment.

Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015

Mean Streets

Fine line! Residents say bike lane led to alternate-side tickets

Bay Ridge residents say a new bike lane on 72nd Street resulted in double-parking tickets duing street cleaning for the first time in years! Comments (3).

Bush Terminal Park is Brooklyn’s best kept secret

It is Brooklyn’s secret garden. Comment.
Marine Park

Every breath — and dollar — counts

A Marine Park family is hoping the community can help raise the money it needs to save the life of a young woman fighting a deadly disease. Comment.
Bay Ridge

Liberation song: Daughter of Holocaust survivors performs WWII love songs

She can carry a tune — from World War II to the present. Comment.
Not for Nuthin’

Baring boobs for a buck isn’t liberating

As the Mayor clamps down on toplessness in Times Square, our columnist takes a firm stance against self-objectification. Comments (1).
Marine Park

Women’s pro hockey coming to Aviator

The Islanders aren’t the only professional hockey team hitting the ice in Brooklyn this fall. Comment.
High School Sports

Fresh faced Lincoln thinking three-peat

It’s a whole new world for the Railsplitters this year. Comment.
High School Sports

Former Medgar Evers star Patterson prepping for big year

Danielle Patterson was already getting major college interest even before she suited up as a high school basketball player. Comment.

Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015


Locals raising money for child of Sunset Park accident victim

Every bit helps. Comment.

Feast of tradition in Bensonhurst

Bensonhurst revelers feasted and celebrated the neighborhood’s Italian heritage at the 40th-annual 18th Avenue Feast, a cherished borough tradition that kicked off on Aug. 20 and will rage on through Aug. 30. Comment.
Mill Basin

Hard times! Award-nominated Mill Basin food truck may leave ‘hood.

The delectable burgers at Mill Basin’s Hard Times Sundae food truck may be hitting the road. Comments (1).
High School Sports

Loaded Wolves aim to be grand

The only thing the Grand Street football team remembers about the best season in program history is the zero that ended it. Comment.

Erasmus looks to gain from pain of city final loss

The pain sunk in and sunk in deep for Erasmus Hall’s returning players. Comment.

Monday, Aug. 24, 2015


Williamsburg cop accused of raping 15-year-old dies in apparent suicide

He was facing up to 15 years in prison. Comment.

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Summer bummer: Sunset sinkhole fix could last til November

Talk about a major depression. Comment.
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan answers his own questions

This week, our columnist poses some queries to himself, then fires back. Comments (2).
Boerum Hill

Here it comes: Touring amateur porn festival to steam up Brooklyn

Here’s your chance to see the Hump! Comment.

A grave matter: High-schoolers restore Green-Wood monument

It was a case of young meets seriously old. Comment.

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