Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Park Slope

Jamming in your boots

She’s a songstress bringing pizzazz to a pizza parlor in Park Slope. Comment

Monday, July 29, 2013


It’s for the kids

A street theater coming to Brooklyn combines family-friendly hijinks with topical world issues. Comment

Gowanus going gourmet


Gowanus going gourmet

Delicious things have unappetizing beginnings. Comment

Sunday, July 28, 2013

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…

Readers ‘Sound off to the Editor’ about what’s on their minds

Check out our letters’ page for unique takes on topics of the day. Comment

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Big Screecher

Atlantic City is trying to kill Carmine!

This week, our hero agian heads to Atlantic City, and again almost dies a horrible death. Comments (2)

Checking in with Dan Deacon

The wildly creative musician chats with the paper. Comment
Fort Greene

Striking a pose

New documentary at BAM tells story behind famous photos that defined a generation. Comment

Editor’s picks

What to do this week. Comment

Friday, July 26, 2013


Can do no Kong


Can do no Kong

Musical comedy’s take on classic tale of giant ape has no giant ape. Comment
A Britisher’s View

Affronted masses should respect the George Zimmerman verdict

Race-baiting mobs tarnished Trayvon Martin’s memory, when they looted, rioted, and dissed cops in the days after George Zimmerman’s acquittal, writes our columnist. Comment

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Bay Ridge

Rock and Stroll! Third Avenue street fair draws big crowd

Thousands defied last Friday’s heat and came out for the first of four “Summer Strolls” — a street fair that kicked the cars off Third Avenue and transformed a stretch of the thoroughfare between 80th and 90th streets into a European-style pedestrian plaza. Comment
Bay Ridge

Lone Ranger

An army vet is the main character of this new spy novel, and he’s going back into action — this time, solo. Comment
Standing O

Standing O is at it again!

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting Bridge Street Development Corp., for aiding Canarsie’s financially stranded homeowners. Comment
Seagate police stop a truck carrying 1,000 gallons of gasoline in the bed of a pick-up truck. Comment
One couple in Gerritsen Beach has taken it upon themselves to redefine what a shared driveway means by claiming “their half” for storing garbage and junk, thus blocking any kind of traffic — and making their neighbor’s life a living hell. Comments (73)
Joe Knows

Medger Evers’ Broughton could be city’s next track star

Medgar Evers is losing one of the nation’s top track and field athletes in the country in Kadecia Baird. Luckily, as the Nebraska-bound sprinter exits, a new star has emerged, in rising sophomore Shayla Broughton. Comment
Turns out, you can be too clean! Comment

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Sheepshead Bay

Death of recent saplings doesn’t stop Parks from planting more

The Parks Department is sentencing countless innocent saplings to death. Comment
Mill Basin

Bird gets stuck in tree

Mill Basin

Bird gets stuck in tree

A hapless owner’s vain attempts to coo down his three-month-old tropical bird from 18 hours in a tree Saturday evening ended with a call to the New York’s Bravest, who valiantly retrieved the wayward fowl the next day. Comment
Mill Basin

Floyd Bennett Field gets saucy

Mill Basin

Floyd Bennett Field gets saucy

The Aviator Sports and Events Center played host to the first-ever NYC Tomato Battle on Saturday, where dozens of paying contestants drove from far and wide to pummel each other with ripe, red missiles plucked from a massive stockpile of tomatoes. Comments (1)
High School Sports

Nazareth hoops duo picks Manhattan College

Samson Usilo’s college choice was made a lot easier by Nazareth teammate Samson Akilo. Comment

Monday, July 22, 2013

Manhattan Beach

Sandy may have created air pockets under streets, buildings

Retreating floodwaters from superstorm Sandy created underground air pockets just waiting to become sinkholes beneath streets, buildings and backyards across Southern Brooklyn, and most people aren’t aware of the danger under their feet, say local architects and companies specializing in subterranean scans. Comment
The Barclays’ lack of banners will take some getting use to, but Paul Pierce has made it his mission to make sure the Nets have more banners by the time he leaves. Comment
Sheepshead Bay

Cymbrowitz gets state, city to halt construction of drug treatment center

Construction on a Sheepshead Bay substance-abuse treatment center was halted after Assemblyman Steve Cymbrowitz and Community Board 15 chairwoman Theresa Scavo took state officials to task for approving the rehab facility to locate in an apartment building on E. 21st Street filled with children. Comment
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan gets all Larry King on you

To the readers who enjoy the many thoughts that are scribbled on those tiny scraps of paper I find when I empty the pockets of my shirts and trousers — these are for you. Comments (12)

Friday, July 19, 2013


New Nets driven to bring title to Brooklyn


New Nets driven to bring title to Brooklyn

Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry are in Brooklyn for only one reason — to bring the Nets a championship. Comment
A new city plan will extend wireless Internet service to four parks in southern Brooklyn, but in a far reduced capacity compared to the program rolled out in northern Brooklyn in 2011 Comment

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