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Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017

The Newsstand

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!

Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017

Spin Cycle

It’s time to end our War on Politics

Our columnist asks, “Can’t we all just get along?” Comment

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Friday, Jan. 20, 2017

Brighton Beach

This Trump wall in Brooklyn mysteriously cracked on Inauguration Day

The cracks are already starting to appear. Comments (9)

Express N tunnel will shut for one year of repairs in 2018

The tunnel is in danger of “caving in,” according to Community Board 7 members briefed by transit officials. Comments (1)

Brooklyn to bring El Chapo to justice

It is the Borough of King-pins. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

It’s never too early for St. Paddy’s!

Gird your liver! Bay Ridge is getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day, just two months away. Comment

Head into ‘Porto’: Play about hipster barflies way better than you’d expect

It’s a locally-sourced, artisanally made delight! Comment
Downtown ►Video

Police: Guy massaged his junk while staring at woman on R train

Police are searching for a man who they say massaged his junk as he stared at a woman on the R train on Jan. 7. Comments (1)
Harbor Watch

Brooklyn-born Guard staff sergeant meets with top brass

Sgt. Jose Ramirez met with top enlisted soldiers for Army logistics in the Middle East. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017

Bay Ridge

Man commits suicide by jumping from his Bay Ridge apartment

A Bay Ridgite leapt to his death off the roof of a 80th Street apartment building on Jan. 19. Comments (3)

Sampson and deny ya! Judge ignores leniency plea, sentences disgraced pol to 5 years

This once-powerful elected has lost his clout. Comments (3)

Catastrophe! 21 felines perish in Bensonhurst apartment fire

The human victims, who all survived, run a popular cat-rescue group. Comments (3)

Why no wifi? Tech upgrades at three subway stations are slowing wireless rollout

Three Brooklyn subway stations are still without wifi internet — despite Gov. Cuomo’s announcement that riders would be able to connect anywhere in the system starting on Jan. 9. Comments (1)
Party Line

Brooklyn congressmembers call prez-elect Trump ‘illegitimate’

Reps Yvette Clarke and Jerry Nadler say the Donald is no real president, and the borough’s token Republican rep says they’re within their rights. Comments (8)
Standing O

Hoo’s the boss!

Faithful customers of the Owl’s Head wine bar helped raise more than $1,000 for the It Gets Better Project. Comment

Over the moon: Lunar New Year dance welcomes Year of the Rooster

They’re feeling cocky! Comment

Holy folk! Steve Gunn aims to rock Greenpoint church

It’s the gospel of rock! Comment

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