Sunday, May 15, 2011


Party patrol: Chief’s appearance turns dinner dance into farewell party

More than 100 revelers turned the 69th Precinct Community Council’s dinner dance into an impromptu farewell party for the station house’s chief Saturday night — the day after Deputy Inspector Milt Marmara announced he’d be moving on to the hinterlands of Queens. Comment
High School Sports

Quick starting, physical Poly powers past Midwood

Poly Prep is a welcoming bunch. The Blue Devils are physical, aggressive and skilled with their sticks at every part of the field and they make sure opponents are aware of it right from the start. Comment
High School Sports

Viva Zapata! Poly Prep soph has right stuff

Arguably the best pitcher in New York City isn’t on draft boards and he doesn’t have a college lined up. Comment
High School Sports

With playoffs approaching Hornets hope to learn from Poly loss

Andrew Shipman was hoping for a better showing. Instead, the first-year Midwood coach will have to settle for lessons learned and a feeling he wants his team to remember with the PSAL playoffs fast approaching. Comment

Bring the kids to Kingsborough for ‘Room on the Broom’ next Saturday

This is one show that’ll sweep you off your feet! Comment

Thursday, May 12, 2011


Meat and music: The BBQ Blowout returns on May 18

Attention barbecue fans: the BBQ Blowout is back. Comment

Get a peek at your Park Slope neighbors

It’s a Park Slope peep show. Comment

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Corn dog! Kings County Fair starts on Thursday

With a name like Kings County, it’s onlyproper that we have our own county fair. Comment

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Brooklyn Heights

This is one artsy bar fight

84th Precinct Comment
Brooklyn Courier

This thief opts for the real ‘Real Thing’

76th Precinct Comment

Buzzer beater! Ratner workers will toil longer, and on Saturdays, to get arena done

And on the seventh day, Bruce Ratner won’t rest. Comment

Get fit — the roller derby way!

Hey ladies, if you’re looking to get in shape, just put on some skates! Comment

Monday, May 9, 2011

Mill–Marine Courier

From diner to CVS

If you’re still suffering from indigestion over the closing of the Kings Plaza Diner, at least you’ll soon have a place to buy antacid — a CVS Pharmacy will soon be built on the property left vacant by the famed Avenue U eatery. Comment
Brooklyn Heights

Thief breaks into Tazza on Henry Street

A thief snatched a bag full of cash from a bakery on Henry Street overnight on April 29. Comment
Brooklyn Heights

Tazza is broken into!

84th Precinct Comment
Mill–Marine Courier

Thieves swipe teen’s gun

Gun robber sought Comment
Kings Courier

Man stabbed in pizza shop

Pizza pains Comment

Man killed on Linden Boulevard

Gunned down Comment

Never dare a stranger!

Shot on a dare Comment

Building hit twice in one day!

68th Precinct Comment

Hospital exec cuts ties to Kruger

And then there were seven. Comment
Bay News

Laptops taken from Leon Goldstein HS

Goldstein raid Comment
Mill–Marine Courier

Need more trees

It’s leaf lunacy! Comment

Church Ave. parking fix causing pain for driver$

The city’s ban on parking for shoppers along Church Avenue so trucks can make deliveries during a good portion day is paying dividends — in parking tickets. Comment


A piece of TV history is up for grabs on Avenue M. Comment
Bay News

Fort Hamilton alum drafted by Philadelphia Eagles

Jaiquawn Jarrett saw the Philadelphia area code on the incoming call, looked up at the television screen to see the Eagles — who the Temple safety worked out for several times — on the clock and one thought popped into his head. Comment

Cop pleads guilty to being part of robbery crew

A dishonored NYPD cop is facing 30 years behind bars after admitting to helping a robbery crew commit more than 100 heists. Comment
High School Sports

Nazareth softball shows winning is contagious

Move over, Nazareth girls basketball. There’s room for more than just one successful female team at the East Flatbush school. Comment

Play bawl! Scam artist uses beloved little league’s name as he peddles for donations

A money-hungry confidence artist has bilked dozens of people while pretending to collect donations for the Gil Hodges Little League, a 52-year-old organization that locals love to support. Comment

Broadway in Brooklyn! Narrows Community Theater does ‘42nd Street’

The Narrows Community Theater is putting on its tap shoes. Comment

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