Brooklyn Courier

Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011

Park Slope

Cops nab a second ‘South Slope Sex Fiend’

Police say they’ve collared a second sex fiend in the spree of attacks that have terrorized a large swath of Brooklyn since March — but they’ve only linked the suspect to one incident. Comment.
BoroBeat

Dog day for Downtown — with a puppy-filled slideshow

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership sponsored its first “Dog-Tober” block party for pups on Saturday — and we don’t know if it was a “success” or a “failure,” but we do know that these dogs were very cute. Comment.
Fort Greene

Towns and out? Rep. Ed is so low on cash that some think he’s plotting retirement

Fifteen-term Rep. Ed Towns is losing the money war to Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries — and has only $11,000 on hand against an upstart candidate who raised more than $150,000 in his first cash push. Comment.
BoroBeat

Blue Men raise green for Vermont

You don’t need to cover yourself with cobalt blue paint to get people’s attention, but it may not hurt. Comments (2).
Carroll Gardens

Tom Chapin’s food for thought

Learn about the joys and pitfalls of nosh while listening to food-forward music by Tom Chapin at the Brooklyn Food Coalition food fair and concert at PS 58. Comment.

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011

Park Slope

Greed ain’t good! Occupy Brooklyn partly fills Grand Army Plaza

About 100 people — including Borough President Markowitz — gather to fight greed. Comments (4).

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