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Sunday, March 26, 2017

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Courier Life’s Brooklyn papers are now online!

Courier Life is proud to present the latest print edition of Brooklyn Weekly, which can be found each Sunday in the New York Post. Check it out, along with our other local editions!

Reader to Boro prez: Up and ‘Adam’

Each time I visit Planned Parenthood, I walk through a metal detector and have my belongings searched before I can see a doctor. For years I accepted this seemingly minor imposition. Comments (1)

Saturday, March 25, 2017


What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

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All in the family: Former Poly hoops star finds success with dad on the sidelines

Charlie Marquardt didn’t always plan on playing college basketball for his father, but after four years of competing at Molloy College, the former Blue Devils standout wouldn’t change a moment. Comment
High School Sports

Ruffled feathers: Blackbirds part ways with coach after 20-win season

Long Island University Brooklyn has decided to part ways with head coach Jack Perri. Comment

Friday, March 24, 2017


Flub-way! Sunset Parkers steamed about lack of fliers, shuttles for 53rd St. station closure

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority blindsided Sunset Parker straphangers by offering negligible notice of the 53rd Street station’s impending six-month closure, say locals. Comments (4)
Mean Streets

Sunset Parkers worry 7th Ave. bike lane will bring Park Slope yuppies

It is a slippery slope from the Slope! Comments (2)
Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge is still shamrockin’!

Saint Patrick’s Day has come — but not gone — in Bay Ridge! Comment

Thursday, March 23, 2017


Cold war: Sunset Parkers furious after plows on Gowanus blast little girl with ice

A 9-year-old Sunset Park girl was left bloodied and traumatized last week after a reckless city snow-plow operator on the Gowanus Expressway sent bowling-ball-sized hunks of ice crashing through her Third Avenue window. Comment

Patrick Stewart: Revolutionary War heroes are buried under empty Gowanus lot!

And he wants a memorial placed there so that history never forgets the name “Maryland 400.” Comments (4)

Battle of the Badges takes center ice at Barclays

The 44th Annual NYPD vs. NYFD hockey game returned to its Brooklyn roots, making its debut at Barclays Center on March 18. Comment

Hot Prospect

Park Slope

It’s a throwback! Antique baseball opens Prospect Park anniversary

It’s a whole old ball game! Comment
Park Slope

Going rouge: Ice rink hosts burlesque disco party

This ice rink is red hot! Comment
Standing O

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Party Line

Girls soccer coach runs for mayor

Plus: Acting DA Gonzalez set for announcement, Republicans said split in Ridge Council race Comment

Second-half heroes: Madison clinches city title after halftime changes

The No. 3 Lady Golden Knights didn’t play their best basketball in the first half on March 18, but the squad turned things around down the stretch to capture a “B” city crown. Comment

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