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Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010

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Now this is a real ‘Stretch’: Neal Pollack, calm and collected?

Yoga may have made Neal Pollack calmer, but, don’t worry, he isn’t any less cynical. Comment
24/7

It’s ‘Hansel and Regretel’ in new post-modern fairy tale

This is musical theater for people who don’t like musical theater. Comment
24/7

Better bookmark the entire weekend for Marty’s literary festival

Bookmark the whole weekend because the Brooklyn Book Festival just got bigger. Comment
24/7

Take a bite out of autumn with our restaurant preview

After a sweltering summer, it’s a safe bet that most of us are ready for fall — and that means more than just cooler weather. We’re already looking forward to the good eats that come along with it — from crisp apples to a big bowl of soup on a blistery day. Here are our picks for fall’s dining musts. Comment

Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010

Friday, Sept. 10, 2010

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Bay News

Another big win for the Cyclones

Valley Cats 4 Comment

Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010

High School Sports

Young yet confident Sharks find themselves in deep end

Everywhere he looks, Rashid Armand sees new faces — on offense, defense and special teams. Before training camp, he needed a media guide to get to know his new teammates. Comment
High School Sports

Pistons in gear for first season in Bowl division

Automotive’s first varsity season could have easily been its last. Four years ago, the Pistons went 0-10 in their debut and scored a total of one touchdown the entire season. Coach Haseeb Khawaja, the program’s architect, had more than a few doubts. Comment
24/7

Cake Man accused of giving staff crumbs — plus all the other food gossip

With the lackadaisical days of summer drawing to a close, Brooklyn’s restaurant scene is revving up. Here’s the best of the borough’s openings, closings, and, of course, restaurant gossip. Comment
Bay News

A monster win over the Lake Monsters

Lake Monsters 1 Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010

Williamsburg

The air sex championship is the most fun you can have with your clothes on

It’s time to get your “O” face on — the Air Sex World Championships are coming to Williamsburg. Comment
Bay News

Clones split a late-night doubleheader

Lake Monsters 6 Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010

Borough-wide

Downtown corn eats Canarsie’s dust!

Canarsie’s garden is a-Maize-ing, and Downtown’s is a dud! Comment
Brooklyn Courier

Smith Street corn art project is anything but a bumper crop

Boerum Hill’s field of green is awash in a sea of beige. Comment
Borough-wide

Editorial: A double take on ‘double dipping’

There is something untoward about a state legislator who collects a pension while still doing the people’s business in Albany. But in the case of two Assemblywomen who are facing stiff primary challenges, the transgression ranges from mildly offensive to genuinely repugnant. Comment
Borough-wide

Officer suspended in ‘asthma girl’ death

An 84th Precinct cop was suspended without pay on Tuesday after apparently failing to assist an 11-year-old girl dying from an asthma attack as her panicked mother scrambled to get her to Long Island College Hospital in Cobble Hill. Comment
Borough-wide

Roofus: Cops are to blame for ‘ghost’ bikes

Our cartoonist takes has a different take on the city’s “ghost bike” situation. Comment

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