Courier Life’s

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Gerritsen Beach

Claw-Back: The Sequel

Months after Sandy victims fended off a push by federal agencies to claw back relief payouts from those who got help from more than one source, the government is making another grab. Comment.
Standing O

Standing O is at it again!

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment.
Brighton Beach

In the market for convenience: Brighton Beach seniors clamor for supermarket

Brighton Beach’s senior citizens have not had an American supermarket for nearly three years — and they are hungry for some convenience. Comment.
Fort Greene

Sound of violence: Anti-lynching play uses audio footage of Eric Garner

In this play, the present haunts the past. Comment.
Coney Island

Agency wants to move Coney flood barrier up the creek

Could Coney Island Creek become the Great Barrier Creek? Comment.
Joe Knows

Former Ford star set to put hoops career back on track

Chaz Williams is ready to move past a forgettable start to his professional basketball career. Comment.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015


Loading zone out: City quietly nixes parking spots on 5th Ave.

It’s a communication gap so big you could park a truck in it. Comment.
Bay Ridge

Dabka dance party in the Ridge

The 9th-annual Arab American Bazaar at Shore Road Park in Bay Ridge on July 26 marked the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan with a celebration Arab heritage. Comment.
Not for Nuthin’

Joanna is on Team April after latest ‘Sharknado’

Some people may think that three spins in the Sharknado is enough. But our columnist answers, “Oh hell no!” Comment.
Harbor Watch

Sailors claim softball victory

Fort Hamilton Army Base hosted the fifth annual First Responders Picnic and Softball Competition, pitting military teams and cops and firefighters against each other. Comment.

Top Flight: Aviator youth hockey program reaches Tier 1

The city’s best young hockey players no longer need to leave the five boroughs to play at the highest level. Comment.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Coney Island

City Council co-names a street in Coney to honor Courier columnist and activist Lou Powsner

Courier “Speak Out” columnist Lou Powsner will be immortalized in his beloved People’s Playground, as the city votes to name a street after the iconic ink-slinger and dedicated community activist. Comment.

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Long paw of the law

Call it puppy payback. Comment.
Park Slope

Pop shots: Performer takes aim at the history of American music

This costumed chameleon is breathing new life into some threadbare tunes. Comment.

Jacobs wants focus on bright future instead of inspiring past

Danny Jacobs wants to be known as more than the first fighter ever who survived cancer and went on to win a world title. Comment.
High School Sports

Harris-Legree adjusting slowly to fast-paced Grand Street

Sharif Harris-Legree found out pretty early on how different life will be in a Grand Street uniform. Comment.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Coney Island

Seaside Summer Concerts rock Coney Island once again

Gettin’ down with Coney and the Gang! Comments (2).

Print jobs: Shortly after layoffs, MakerBot opens new factory, begins hiring

The Brooklyn tech darling that laid off 100 people in April has just opened its new factory in Sunset Park — and now the company is hiring. Comment.
Coney Island

Class on Coney’s coast

They’re exploring the mystique of Coney Island Creek. Comment.
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan gets pazzo about his pasta

In which our columnist reveals his family’s traditional pasta sauce. Comments (6).
Cobble Hill

Marriage material: Local author discusses attending 30 weddings

Weddings: fun-filled festivities or matrimonial misery? Comment.

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