Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018

Coney Island

Wednesday: CB13 to discuss 1,000-unit Surf Avenue development at Jan. 24 meeting

Coney Islanders horrified by plans for a massive real estate project reportedly slated to fill three blocks of Surf Avenue with 1,000 apartments are expected to turn out in force at Wednesday’s meeting of Community Board 13 to grill city officials on development in the neighborhood. Comment
Mill Basin

Mill Basin Library to reopen next week

Mill Basin

Mill Basin Library to reopen next week

This reopening is long overdue! Comment

Two men wanted for allegedly assaulting man with baseball bat

Police are hunting for two men who they say assaulted a man with a baseball bat on New Utrecht Avenue on Sept. 21 of last year after the victim allegedly flirted with the girlfriend of one of the attackers, police said. Comment
One of the borough’s own award-winning authors will travel the country over the next two years to promote the power of reading and literature to young people across the nation. Comment
Fort Greene

Soy meats world: Vegan burger joint opens Brooklyn outpost

It’s time to veg out! Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018


Stinky street: City ignoring Bath Beach block that reeks of sewage, locals say

This avenue needs a bath! Comment
They were off to see the wizard of Marine Park! Comment
Pride came before the ball! Comment
Prospect Heights

Think twice: Library hosts second annual philosophy night

Marx your calendar! Comment
Mean Streets

Sunset Park community board approves Fourth Avenue redesign with new bike paths

Community Board 7 gave the city’s plan to revamp Fourth Avenue the thumbs up, kissing 225 parking spaces in the district goodbye in exchange for new bike lanes, loading zones, expanded metered parking, and pedestrian safety measures along the road. Comment

Monday, Jan. 22, 2018

The city wants to block a way on the Rockaway Parkway. Comments (5)
Bay Ridge

Man wanted for grabbing woman’s buttocks at 86th Street subway station

Police are asking the public to help them identify a man who allegedly grabbed a woman’s buttocks on the Manhattan-bound R train platform at the 86th Street station at Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge on Jan. 14. Comment
A shower-on-wheels will start rolling across Brooklyn next year, giving homeless locals a private place to bathe — a basic privilege that will help empower their efforts to get off the streets, according to the beep. Comment

Twisted sisters: ‘Ladyweirdo’ show celebrates freaky females

They are letting their freak flags fly! Comment

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018

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! Comment

Tax bill is not really so taxing

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 focuses on the economy and on jobs by giving corporations tax breaks that allow them to expand and hire. Coupled with other legislation that severely curtails nonsense regulations, the Act will improve the economy. Comments (1)

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