Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Sheepshead Bay

Bathhouse doubles as sports bar

It’s a soccer spa! Comment
Marine Park

Opera returns to Marine Park

Marine Park

Opera returns to Marine Park

These singers hit a high note! Comment

Caught on stream: Man gets five-plus years in prison for brutal assault broadcast on Facebook

A Prospect-Lefferts Gardens man will spend five-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to savagely beating a homeless man inside a Lincoln Road apartment complex — and broadcasting the assault live on Facebook — a judge ruled on Friday. Comments (1)
Park Slope

No road out: Driver charged with manslaughter for fatal Slope crash stuck in Rikers

The motorist who crashed into five people crossing a Park Slope street in March, killing two kids and an unborn baby, cannot make bail and will wait out her trial in New York City’s notoriously hellish Rikers Island — where one deranged inmate already assaulted her, according to her lawyer. Comment

House of Escher: Exhibit showcases mindbending artist

This exhibit is in-depth! Comment

Monday, June 18, 2018


Woman killed in Canarsie collision


Woman killed in Canarsie collision

A woman was killed and her son critically injured in a traffic accident on Seaview Avenue in Canarsie on June 12. Comment
Three people stole five figures from a man in a bank parking lot on Flatbush Avenue on June 11. Comment

Kids show off scientific achievements at District 22 expo

These kids are scientifically gifted! Comment

Rock ’n’ row: Guitarist performs while canoeing Gowanus Canal

Talk about grungy music! Comment
Dyker Heights

Today’s produce at yesterday’s prices! Beloved Dyker grocer’s anniversary sale celebrates two decades of bountiful biz

These Three Guys are ringing in 20 years! Comment
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Planting the seed of kindness at Rivendell School

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Planting the seed of kindness at Rivendell School

It sometimes seems that Rivendell School, for children ages 2–5, is the best-kept secret in the Gowanus area. Read more…

Sunday, June 17, 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
Rhymes with Crazy

A brief history of children’s games (played outside)

Too many kids don’t get enough sun. Introduce these oldies but goodies and they’ll happily head out doors! Comments (1)

Keeping standards tough is good enough

Mayor DeBlasio and his liberal cohorts will not be satisfied until they ruin all New York City schools. If anything, we’re supposed to be increasing the standards, not lowering them to admit students, many of whom will come to the prestigious schools with hidden disciplinary problems. Instead of working to improve discipline in the schools, the mayor and his subordinates refuse to admit that the problem exists and will only worsen things if his plan is allowed to pass. The elite schools will quickly go down the drain and then teachers will be accused of not bein Comment

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