Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013


Totally rad: An intimate night of comedy, impov, hip-hop, and anarchy

Some comedy shows are intricately planned from start to finish — this is not one of them. Comment

Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013

Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013

The vendors at the American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn will be a cut above your average Etsy upcycler. Comment

Monday, Dec. 9, 2013

Just in time for the holidays, we bring you a definitive guide to this year’s best borough-baked cookbooks. Comment

Sunday, Dec. 8, 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…

Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013

Big Screecher

Carmine’s mouth is the only thing open on holidays!

This week, the Screecher points out that it is better to spend time with family on the holidays then with strangers at a store. Comment

Where to GO this week!

Got plans for this coming week? No? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. Comment

Friday, Dec. 6, 2013

Mill Basin

Elementary Zumba

Mill Basin

Elementary Zumba

Teachers from School District 22 received a lesson of their own on Monday — in Zumba! Comments (1)
Greenwood Heights

Shhh! Cemetery celebrates its silent film-star residents with spirited screening

The stars of Green-Wood Cemetery’s “Silent Night” film screening will not be able to attend in person — but they will be there in spirit. Comment
Before launching his fourth attempt to cross the Atlantic in a rowboat, a quixotic Queens man chose a Brooklyn port to bless his very small boat for the very long journey. Comment
Cobble Hill

In vogue: New show stars dancer as vogeuing Andy Warhol in drag

This show is gender-bending — and a bit mind-bending, too. Comment

Bay Ridge Nights: The lowdown on where to party down in the neighborhood

We know not everybody likes to spend their weekends at warehouse raves in Bushwick or toasting craft lagers with stroller-pushing Park Slope dads. That’s why we’re introducing a new feature called “Bay Ridge Nights” — for those who like to live it up old-school Brooklyn style. Comments (1)
A Britisher’s View

DeBlasio is already blundering — and he hasn’t even been inaugurated

Mayor-elect Bill DeBlasio’s coziness with Al Sharpton is inviting chaos for his administration, writes our columnist. Comments (1)

Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013

Coney Island

City panel approves Borough President Markowitz’s controversial concert hall

The Beep’s seaside amphitheater plan has taken its first big step forward. Comment

Flatbush celebrates Hanukkah


Flatbush celebrates Hanukkah

Kids celebrated Hanukkah in style at the Flatbush Park Jewish Center on Dec. 1, where they played games and ate pizza during the community group’s annual holiday party. Comment

Wild Hanukkah


Wild Hanukkah

The Beach Haven Jewish Center took a walk on the wild side for its Nov. 27 Hanukkah party — hosting a show-and-tell for kids with an iguana and a fennec fox. Comment
It was a night of pure holiday bliss in Owl’s Head Park on Dec. 2. Comment
Standing O

Statistically, she’s a winner

Standing O gives an A plus to award-winning High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology math teacher Eleanor Terry. Comment

Animators go high-brow at Williamsburg gallery

When you hang out at Disney, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network all day, this is what you do at night. Comment
Joe Knows

More than a championship at stake for Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln is again flirting with perfection — just one win away from a second undefeated Public School Athletic League City conference football title in the last three years. Comment
High School Sports

Late hoop hands Bishop Loughlin season-opening loss

The Bishop Loughlin girl’s basketball team saw a five-point fourth-quarter lead evaporate and watched Cardinal Spellman’s Teresa Tartarone hit the game-winning three-pointer with 1.4 seconds remaining. Comment

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013

Not for Nuthin’

Katy Perry’s Japanese show was not offensive

This week, Joanna demands we lock up the Proper Police. Comments (1)
Bay Ridge

Brighten up! Bay Ridge Jewish Center celebrates survival at festival of lights

A new day is dawning at Bay Ridge’s once-struggling synagogue, if the nearly 100 people who turned out on Sunday for its yearly Hannukah celebration are any indication. Comment
The Philip K. Dick Sci-Fi Film Fest is going to look surprisingly antiquated this year, with a collection of old-fashioned contraptions and curiosities. Comment

Brooklyn Nets star Lopez hosts youth hoops camp

Leftover turkey and holiday shopping couldn’t keep kids from enjoying hoops action as Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez entertained more than 100 kids at his Citi Pro Basketball Camp at Queens College’s Fitzgerald Gymnasium last Sunday. Comment
Long Island University broke its four-game losing streak in thrilling fashion last Sunday. Comment

Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013

Hundreds of Fifth Avenue boutiques and restaurants kicked off the winter holidays on Saturday with music, morsels, and — as the season would dictate — many chances to shop. Comment
Coney Island

Light in the darkness! Holocaust survivor helps Coney celebrate Hanukkah

A Coney Island synagogue lit a candle this Hanukkah, not only to celebrate the Festival of Light, but to remember one of the darkest episodes of Jewish history. Comment
Manhattan Beach

It’s the end of an Ira in Manhattan Beach

The president of one of Manhattan Beach’s two battling civic groups is about to step down, but not before one last attempt to end the civil war that has torn the neighborhood apart for the past five years. Comment
High School Sports

Fort Hamilton wins second-straight city title

High School Sports

Fort Hamilton wins second-straight city title

When Fort Hamilton won its second-straight girls’ volleyball city title at Hunter College last Tuesday, the teammate who may have contributed the most to the victory wasn’t even on the court. Comment
High School Sports

Defending city champion Lincoln sets sights on state title

High School Sports

Defending city champion Lincoln sets sights on state title

The city championship won’t be enough for Abraham Lincoln this year — nothing less than a state title will do. Comment
High School Sports

Midwood sees first volleyball title shot slip away

Midwood did everything right — until it matter most. Comment

Monday, Dec. 2, 2013


It’s Yours-day and Buy-day: Black Friday bled into Thanksgiving in Brooklyn this year

Shopaholics across the borough jumpstarted binge season early this year, lining up outside big-box stores as early as 7 am on Thanksgiving morning for a shot at half-priced flat-screen televisions. Comments (2)

Big rig digs into train bridge

A tractor-trailer driver thought he could squeeze his 18-wheeler under a set of Q train tracks in Midwood. The driver thought wrong. Comments (1)

Turkey time: Developer gave out hundreds of birds in Brownsville ahead of Turkey Day

Hundreds of New Yorkers turned out for a free — plucked — turkey outside the Plaza housing complex In Brownsville on Nov. 21, courtesy of an affordable housing developer. Comment
It is a book that should be a blast for every budding engineer and cubicle combat enthusiast to read. Comment
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan ponders Obamacare, lies, and nicknames

This week, our columnist once again tells it like it is, according to him. Comments (8)

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