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Friday, Feb. 1, 2013


Bookish attractions

What does $5 get you in a DUMBO cathouse — a poem job. Comment.
Park Slope

Park Slope kids excel at improv

A hip theater company may be training the kids to be the poor struggling actors of tomorrow, but they’re all having a good time doing it. Comment.
Prospect Heights

True grit at the museum: New sculptures pay tribute to Williamsburg Murals of ’30s

When the going gets tough, the tough get sculpting. Comment.

Chocolate maker moving

Parting is such sweet sorrow – especially when it’s Jacques Torres who’s leaving. Comment.

Tell-tail poets: Excerpts from poems about love, loss, and lust

Bards throughout time have figured out novel ways to twist words into tantalizing turns about love, loss, and lust — pretty much as soon as someone figured out how to recite poetry. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013


Don’t call it a fake-off: Bakers compete in vegan bake-off

It may be a vegan contest, but expect the competition to be bloodthirsty. Comment.
Park Slope

Police: Suspect pulls fire alarm, bites officer

Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013

Park Slope

Escaped murder suspect nabbed

A Park Slope homicide suspect’s day-long bathroom break is over, police said. Comments (1).

Monday, Jan. 28, 2013

High School Sports

Lions tamed late by Christ the King

Bishop Loughlin’s loss to the Royals on Friday night was a tough one for the team to swallow. Comments (1).

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Friday, Jan. 25, 2013


Tech mate! DUMBO’s tech incubators hatch the next generation of boro entrepreneurs

Forget storks: this is where techies come from. Comment.
Park Slope

The dough rises! Leske’s Bakery to open second location in Park Slope

Park Slope is about get a taste of Bay Ridge. Comments (2).

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013

Prospect Heights

Cops: Murder suspect on the loose!

An alleged murderer escaped from police custody this morning. Comment.

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