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Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011


Cops arrest suspect in three rapes

Cops have arrested a sexual predator who prowled a busy Flatbush Avenue intersection. Comment.

Trucks — not shoppers — get parking spaces along Church Ave.

Shoppers will be banned from parking along portions of Church Avenue during weekday mornings as the city moves ahead with a plan to create truck loading zones along the commercial strip. Comment.

Daniel Kitson is fantastic in one-man show at St. Ann’s Warehouse

Daniel Kitson is enviously entertaining. Comment.

A ‘Tempest’ with a superhero twist

If you always thought Shakespeare could use more ka-pow, this is the play for you. Comment.

OTiS will elevate you this Saturday night at Southpaw

It only took 10 years, but Craig Schoenbaum finally has a band. Comment.

‘Staples’ center! Gospel legend Mavis to play the Bell House next week

Mavis Staples is the queen of reinvention.Mavis Staples at the Bell House [149 Seventh St. between Second and Third avenues in Gowanus, (718) 643-6510], Jan. 18 at 7 pm. Tickets $35 in advance, $40 at the door. For info, visit Comment.

Ring in the New Year in style in these dresses

Almost as big a question as what you’re going to do on New Year’s Eve is, what are you going to wear? Of course, you can always forego your tired wardrobe and buy something new, and we found the perfect items in which you can ring in the New Year — dresses that are chic yet still affordable (well, there’s one splurge in there). Comment.

Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011


Love ‘Letters’! Dance work inspired by history’s greatest epistles

They’re words that move hearts — and feet! Comment.

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Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011

Brooklyn Heights

The ball dropped — on him!

84th Precinct Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Complete lack of ‘Amity’

76th Precinct Comment.

City workers topple gravestones at Washington Cemetery

Snow-clearing city workers accidentally toppled at least 21 gravestones at an embattled Bay Parkway Jewish cemetery where more than 200 gravestones were vandalized late last year. Comment.

Fort Greene is the star of this show

Francis Morrone is slowly becoming a borough expert, neighborhood by neighborhood. Comment.

Brooklyn welcomes 2011 with a bang

Ratatatat-schplook-hisss-kaboom-splishhh! Comment.

Monday, Jan. 10, 2011

Bay News

The days after the blizzard

T’was the night after Christmas and all through the city Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Bicyclist shot!

77th Precinct Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

New Year naughtiness

New Year’s panty raid Comment.
Kings Courier

Bloody New Year

Bloody death Comment.

Tazmanian devil hits East Flatbush

Home wrecker Comment.

2011: Canarsie’s year of living dangerously

Bad beginnings Comment.

‘Plumbers’ rob granny

68th Precinct Comment.
Bay News

Mugged for snow shovel

Snow job Comment.


By Thomas Tracy Comment.
Bay News

The city has new and exciting ways to pick your pocket

They’re finding new roads to our shrinking pocket books. Comment.

Million dollar stand to be delivered

A famous dinner table centerpiece pinched from a German castle more than 60 years ago is on its way back to the “vaterland” thanks to a settlement hammered out in Brooklyn federal court. Comment.

Finally, our predictions for the new year!

A new year is upon us. In the grand old tradition, we asked borough luminaries to make some predictions for the next 12 months, and threw in some of our own for good measure. Some of these you can actually expect to happen, others are, well, fun guess work. So if any come to fruition, remember, you heard it here first! Comment.

Eight-year-old boy killed in fire

The death of an 8-year-old boy in an early morning fire last Wednesday could have been avoided if his house had smoke detectors, fire officials said this week. Comments (4).

Happy New Year, folks, now get to it

Hope springs eternal from the word “new.” Comment.
High School Sports

Bernardi shoots Xaverian past South Shore

It took an upset stomach to finally halt Brian Bernardi’s hot shooting. Comment.
High School Sports

Lewis’ sparkling final minutes earn Ford thrilling victory

There was only a moment’s hesitation for Aaliyah Lewis. She took an outlet pass from Jeane Jennings off a missed free throw and went flying down the left sideline with her team trailing by three in the final seconds. Comment.

Simone Dinnerstein’s instant ‘classic’ returns on Sunday

Brooklyn has its own certifiable mini-Carnegie Hall, and you have Simone Dinnerstein to thank. Comment.

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