Boerum Hill

It’s Brooklyn’s babysitters’ club! New website helps local parents find free childcare, arrange play dates

A new free website makes it easy for borough parents to connect for play dates and find other willing moms and dads to watch their kids, according to its Brooklyn-based creators, who sought the help of dozens of experts to put their platform together. Comment

Doomsday talk: Podcaster discusses the end times

The end is nigh! Comment
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! Read more…

Darkest secrets: Shadow puppet play unveils the hidden cemetery

She’s taking her secrets to the graves. Comment

Chivalry isn’t dead, it’s hiding in plain sight

Our readers weighed in on those local heroes living among us who lead by example in their daily lives, and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Comments (1)
Sheepshead Bay UPDATE

Second man dies following grisly hammer attack at Sheepshead Bay restaurant

A second man died on Friday due to injuries he sustained when a Brighton Beach man brutally bludgeoned him and two co-workers with a hammer inside a Sheepshead Bay restaurant on Tuesday, police said. Comment
The city must refund the thousands of dollars it collected from small business owners it fined for their stores’ signs, according to a Bensonhurst state pol, who blasted officials for refusing to guarantee reimbursements in a recently passed bill that prevents such violations from being issued. Comments (1)
Bigwigs at South Pacific-themed grocer Trader Joe’s must open a third Kings County location in Coney Island, according to thousands of locals who signed a petition claiming a local outpost would help make the neighborhood “Brooklyn’s next hipster enclave.” Comments (6)

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