Courier Life’s

Sunday, April 11, 2010


Double-dutch fun!

Hop to it! Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Window to the stole

76th Precinct Comment.

Green-Wood, Cypress eye Canarsie Cemetery

Canarsie’s dead — or at least the place where they are housed — could rise again. Comment.

Canarsie street begging for help

East 83rd Street has become a speedway prone to flooding, and one resident doesn’t want to take it anymore. Comment.

CB13 doesn’t pass gas

Community Board 13 isn’t feeling too gassy. Comment.
High School Sports

Errors, TMLA bats ground Eagles in opener

It certainly wasn’t the start St. Edmund hoped for to a season filled with promise. Comment.
High School Sports

St. Edmund’s hopeful to make big step up

Eric Cooper is one of the best unknown pitchers in the CHSAA, a 6-foot-7 senior left-hander who was verbally committed to Division II St. Thomas Aquinas. The biggest reason St. Edmund’s big unit is underrated is because the Eagles endured back-to-back miserable seasons, going 1-33 in the league over the course of two years. Comment.
High School Sports

Inexperienced but talented, Wolves have Grand plans

In 15 seasons under Melvin Martinez, Grand Street Campus has made the playoffs 13 times. That includes six division titles and one PSAL Class A semifinal berth. Comment.

When the zombies come, you’ll want to be prepared

What are you going to do when — not if, but when — the zombies attack? Comment.

Tales of a socialist childhood

To celebrate the paperback edition, the Brooklyn native, who grew up in Fort Greene but was kidnapped to Pittsburgh as a child, will read at powerHouse Arena in DUMBO on April 15. Comment.

Three new wine bars bring vino back down to earth

Wine may be a sometimes daunting beverage, but three brand new Brooklyn wine bars are here to get even the most intimidated novice over their fears. Comment.

They will they will rock ewe!

Lamb cupcakes? You bet. Comment.

Saturday, April 10, 2010


CAUGHT! Cops say they have the Clinton Hill rapist!

Police say that they have arrested the man wanted for two rapes in and around Clinton Hill last month. Comment.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


The silent killer is always on the rise

Suicide claims the lives of between 30,000 and 100,000 Americans each year, yet the chilling figures barely raise an eyebrow before being darkly deposited deep in our consciousness. Comment.

Call him Ahab

Matt Kish’s Moby Dick is “Moby Dick.” Comment.

Glass act! Trippy new exhibition channels Warhol

Put this in your pipe and smoke it. Comment.

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