Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011

Canarsie

PS 114 saved! For now…

Parents and teachers from PS 114 apparently convinced the Department of Education not to close the Remsen Avenue school just yet — arguing that a rogue principal was responsible for its downfall, not the staff or curriculum. Comments (1).
High School Sports

Sharks weightroom warrior signs with New Hampshire

Rashid Armand was recruited by Miami and Penn State. The Sheepshead Bay defensive lineman was in talks with Rutgers, Syracuse and UConn. Comment.
24/7

BAM brings in the ‘Grass and Ass’ with Cheech, Chong and Porky’s

Nobody does lowbrow better than the highbrow folks at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Comment.
24/7

What a ‘Rush’! Aussie madman Geoffrey Rush stars in Gogol’s ‘Diary’ at BAM

Geoffrey Rush has a certain penchant for playing men slightly off their rockers — David Helfgott in “Shine,” the Marquis de Sade in “Quills,” the pirate Barbossa in “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Comment.
24/7

The best wings in the borough — this Saturday

The hardest thing in professional sports is repeating as Super Bowl champions — but it’s even harder to pull off a “two-peat” at the annual Best Wings in Brooklyn contest at Red Star in Greenpoint. Comment.
24/7

Brooklyn Youth shows again why it is the ‘It’ choir

The Brooklyn Youth Chorus is, how you say, having a moment. Comment.

Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011

Borough-wide

Brooklyn’s ultimate sweethearts

When Elliot and Harriet Reiken wed, World War II was coming to a close, the Catskills was a popular summer resort town, and the subway cost a nickel. Comment.

Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011

Brooklyn Heights

Lawrence St. stab

Monday, Feb. 7, 2011

Flatbush

Cops search for hulking rapist

Canarsie

Cops bust purse swiper

Borough-wide

Marty celebrates Bklyn’s ultimate sweethearts

When Elliot and Harriet Reiken wed, World War II was coming to a close, the Catskills was a popular summer resort town, and the subway cost a nickel. Comment.
Bay News

Salmon swiper celled!

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