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Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017

DUMBO

Paper moon: Dumbo exhibit will leave visitors moonstruck

Talk about the dark side of the moon! Comment

Sunday, Feb. 5, 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, Feb. 4, 2017

Spin Cycle

The people and the press must check government’s power

It’s up to us to make sure — you and me — to resist the new President’s plan to trample our rights. Comments (3)

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Friday, Feb. 3, 2017

Bay Ridge Nights

It’s a Super weekend in the Ridge!

It’s game day in Bay Ridge! Comment
Williamsburg ►Video

‘Audio’ video: Doc details death of a music venue

There is life after Death By Audio. Comment

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017

Atlantic Yards

Thin ice: Barclays split could send Islanders back east

Isle be back! Comment
Standing O

Standing O is at it again!

Slate Property Group’s SPACE Grants recipients get a shout-out. Comment
Nightlife

Your guide to Brooklyn’s best Super Bowl-adjacent activities

The Puppy Bowl, pre-gaming, and chili cook-offs! Comment
Courts

Brooklyn journalists face felony rioting charges for inauguration protest coverage

Three Brooklynites were among six journalists arrested and hit with felony rioting charges while covering inauguration protests in the nation’s capital on Jan. 20. Comments (1)
Downtown

Today: Yemeni bodega owners closing stores to protest Trump’s travel ban

This could be a good day to pack lunch. Comments (1)
Fort Greene

Myrtle teach: Fort Greene artwalk celebrates black history month

Take a stroll down memory avenue. Comment
BoroBeat

Brighton Beach students welcome the Year of the Rooster

They’re boosters for the roosters! Comment

Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017

Bay Ridge EXCLUSIVE

Dangerous levels of lead found in Bay Ridge Middle School’s drinking water

Drinking water at McKinley Junior High School in Bay Ridge contained dangerously high levels of lead — in some cases higher than those found in Flint, Michigan last year — the city discovered in January. Comments (2)
Bay Ridge

Vox pop: Bay Ridgites on Trump’s travel ban

Brooklynites took to the streets this weekend over President Trump’s ban on citizens of Yemen and six other Muslim-majority countries entering the U.S. So we took to the streets of Bay Ridge — home to the borough’s largest Yemeni community — to find out what people there think. Comments (2)
Bay Ridge

Ad lib-rary! Ft. Hamilton branch offering improv for seniors

These snow birds are winging it! Comment
Bushwick ►Video

Keep swinging: Bushwick celebrates 1930s jazz

Everything old is new again. Comment
Not for Nuthin’

President Trump is locking the doors at night

Say what you want — but all our President is doing is keeping us safe. Comments (8)
High School Sports

Not satisfied: Eagle Academy still looking to improve after lopsided win

Eagle Academy’s boys basketball team cruised to a 95–61 victory over Transit Tech on Jan. 27, but the squad is still looking to play its best game this season. Comment
BoroBeat

Celebrating 103 years with Miriam!

And she’s only been retired for two years! Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017

Sheepshead Bay

Sleep app-nea: Sheepshead Bay middle schoolers’ digital idea wins $5K prize

See? Science is supposed to put you to sleep! Comments (7)
High School Sports

Stolen moments: Former Loughlin star notches spot in La Salle record books

Jasmine Alston absolutely hates playing defense, but the former Loughlin star made a bit of defensive history last month, becoming La Salle’s all-time steals leader. Comment
Park Slope

Protesters bring literal spines to Chuck Schumer’s house

You’ve got to give him props! Comments (3)
Borough-wide

Getting cocky! Sunset Park celebrates Year of the Rooster

Tens of thousands said ni hao to the Year of the Rooster at Sunset Park’s annual Lunar New Year Parade on Jan. 29. Comment
High School Sports

Fourth-quarter phenom: Naz star leads team to victory

Analeza Edore scored 15 of her team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter to lift Nazareth to its third straight victory, taking down Murry Begtraum in the MeccaTournament on Jan. 27. Comment
High School Sports

Perfect fit: Lady Vikings senior commits to Coppin State

South Shore hoops standout Tsahai Corbie verbally committed to Coppin State University, certain she’d found the perfect basketball program for her. Comment
High School Sports

South Shore drops dissapointing non-league matchup

The Lady Vikings couldn’t hold on to a late-game lead on Jan. 29, falling 57–52 to Baldwin at the Mecca Challenge in the Bronx. Comments (1)
Borough-wide

Nothin’ but a number: Nets D-League coach defying expectations

Ronald Nored is just 26-years-old, but the Long Island Nets head coach boasts one of the most jam-packed resumes in the league. Comment

Monday, Jan. 30, 2017

Sheepshead Bay

Bright idea! Cops give reflective tape to seniors so cars won’t hit them

It’s Vision Zero for drivers with zero vision! Comments (2)
Transit

Emergency swervice! FDNY ambulances block sidewalks, bus stops, and fire hydrants

The city must crack down on scofflaw Fire Department ambulance drivers who are making Sunset Park unsafe by parking on sidewalks, in bus lanes, and, ironically, in front of fire hydrants, people living near Station 40 on Seventh Avenue are demanding. Comment

Friday, Jan. 27, 2017

Politics

State suing Board of Elex for ‘illegal’ voter purge

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has joined the suit brought by a good-government group and the Feds. Comment
Clinton Hill

Jeffries: Trump is ‘reality-show host masquerading as president’

The congressman gave his State of the District address last night. He didn’t talk a lot about the district. Comments (7)
Sheepshead Bay

The wade is over! City to fix overflowing private sewers in Sheepshead Bay

It’s not every day the city pays for major repairs it’s not obligated to make. Comments (1)
Brooklyn Heights

Hummus-town hero! Sahadi’s wins prestigious food award

The Oscars of the food world has finally confirmed what Brooklynites have known in their hearts and stomachs for more than 70 years — that Sahadi’s grocery store in Brooklyn Heights is one of America’s great culinary institutions. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

Development

Clean start: Sunset Park is about to get its first in-patient detox facility

Locals say it’s going to bring in addicts from outside the neighborhood, but the operator says there are plenty of people right in Sunset Park and Bay Ridge who need help. Comments (8)

Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

Letters

MTA scheds. makes good bus-stop fiction

Re: Mssrs. Penner, Lobenstein, Greenspan, et. al Comment

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