Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014


The best places to watch the 2014 Super Bowl in Brooklyn


The best places to watch the 2014 Super Bowl in Brooklyn

Super Bowl parties are better when you don’t have to clean up afterwards. Comment
A Brooklyn bug expert will teach a class in creating dioramas of anthopomorphized insects doing everyday activities. Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014

Some of the borough’s unsung heroes are finally getting their due in a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Historical Society. Comment

Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

All aboard the trivia train. Comment
Prospect Heights

True colors: New sculpture show brightens up Prospect Heights

Gray skies got you down? Get a dose of chromotherapy at this vibrant exhibition. Comment

Brooklyn brawler tries for another title shot


Brooklyn brawler tries for another title shot

An aging Williamsburg welterweight’s dream of getting another title shot — and regaining his belt — could come true with one more knockout, the Brooklyn brawler boasted this week. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014

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Sound Off to the Editor

Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comments (1)

Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014

Big Screecher

Carmine reads a book about Mount Rushmore because it is there!

This week, the Screecher reviews a book about one of his favorite Italians! Comment

What to read this week

Neighborhood booksellers give their recommendations. Comment

Friday, Jan. 24, 2014


Cool runnings: Where to go sledding this weekend


Cool runnings: Where to go sledding this weekend

In case you missed our handy guide to sledding in Brooklyn the last time it snowed heavily, here it is again. Comment
Fort Greene

In sync: Fort Greene artists create opera about Milli Vanilli

The story of Milli Vanilli is a drama ripe for operatic treatment — and this month, it will get one. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

A weekend double-header rocks Bay Ridge Nights!

It is cold outside — so warm yourself up with a hot night in Bay Ridge! Comment
A Britisher’s View

Human rights a game-changer at this year’s Olympics

Vladimir Putin’s human rights abuses and the threat of a terror attack put a dampener on the world’s greatest sporting spectacle, writes our columnist. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014

Coney Island

Coney Island walrus goes to Texas

Mitik the Coney Island walrus is taking a trip to San Antonio. Comment
The season’s latest winter storm was a royal pain for the Borough of Kings this week, dumping more than 10 inches of snow and driving temperatures down to single digits. Comment
A new monthly tournament at Union Hall will see fans of a jumpy Italian plumber duke it out on the big screen. Comment

Horsing around: Celebrate the lunar New Year in Brooklyn

Happy New Year — again! Comment
Hundreds of coders, designers, and gaming enthusiasts will gather at NYU-Poly’s Game Center in Downtown, in a quest to build a game from scratch in just 48 hours. Comment
Joe Knows

Leadership role fits Grand Street’s Cora

Arelis Cora is proving she’s got Division I talent. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014


Missing in Midwood

The police are asking Brooklyn residents to help them keep an eye out for a missing 15-year-old girl, Goldy Monges, who was last seen on E. Seventh Street in Midwood on Jan. 11. Comments (1)

Long live King! Ridge vigil honors slain civil rights giant

Anti-war group Peace Action Bay Ridge Interfaith Peace Coalition held its third annual candlelight vigil to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Sunday. Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Joanna can’t stand government waste

This week, our columnist fills you in on what she thinks are some of the biggest wastes of money the federal government is responsible for. Comments (2)
Ditmas Park

Freed from prison, former lawyer has big plans — but first she has to beat cancer

This former Park Slope lawyer beat the system and now she is confident she can beat cancer. Comment

Upping the Ante-bellum: New show puts the audience into old New Orleans

It is “Sleep No More” with a Southern spin. Comment

Punks attack man with water bottle

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Comment
Prospect Heights

Pink gorillas put on wild ball at Botanic Garden

Prospect Heights

Pink gorillas put on wild ball at Botanic Garden

Kids can waltz to classical music played by a skunk, a dog, and two pink gorillas at the garden’s midwinter festival. Comment
Mill Basin

The Blackout burns out

The Brooklyn Blackout, a new professional basketball team that was planning to play its home games at Aviator Sports in Floyd Bennett Field, has folded after playing just one exhibition game. Comments (1)

How to throw a super Super Bowl party

Impress your friends and keep your wallet intact with our handy guide. Comment

Capital run! Cops searching for Sunset bank robber

Police want you help nailing a bad guy. Comment
High School Sports

Collegiate girls hold off Staten Island Academy

Lions top Rock school at Rose Classic Super Jam. Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014


BAM celebrates Martin Luther King day


BAM celebrates Martin Luther King day

We remembered King for a day. Comments (1)
Bay Ridge

City floats Ridge’s boat

Bay Ridge

City floats Ridge’s boat

The city is poised to extend the commuter ferry service from the Brooklyn Army Terminal, which is supposed to ease the pain of the truncated R train, for another three months, sources said. Comments (1)
Will’s Watch

Progressive Caucus wants to ‘Occupy’ Council

Call it the Council commune! Comments (1)

Too cool for high school school

The Brooklyn School for Collaborative Services threw a party on Jan. 17 for its students who finished semester-long internships that the school says better prepare them for college and the workforce. Comment

A taste of the Gowanus: Popular ice cream shop to offer ‘toxic sludge’ flavor

Gowanus is getting a taste of its own medicine. Comment
High School Sports

All-Brooklyn boys’ soccer honors

Brooklyn boys’ soccer teams produced some historic moments in the past season. Comments (1)
High School Sports

Abraham Lincoln’s Holley heading to Florida after Penn State coaching change

Abraham Lincoln defensive tackle Thomas Holley had to do a fast pivot when the college coach who recruited him bolted shortly after he committed to the school. Comment

Monday, Jan. 20, 2014


Con-don’t! Deputy Beep wants jobs over housing

The city must slam the door on developing new housing in Brooklyn’s old industrial neighborhoods by banning new apartments in those areas, the new deputy borough president said this week. Comments (2)
It’s Only My Opinion

There’s a reason Stan has herring on his breath

This week, Stan lets you know the secret to his success. Comments (6)

Thompson appointees bring history, baggage to new posts

The first high-profile appointments by new District Attorney Ken Thompson come to Brooklyn with some history from the Manhattan prosecutor’s office — and even a bit of baggage. Comment
Park Slope

Talented Slope twosome get Oscar nod for Disney ditty

The song this couple penned for the Disney flick “Frozen” is getting big-time attention. Comment

Friday, Jan. 17, 2014

High School Sports

Banged up Nazareth, Usilo post statement win over Monsignor Scanlan

Nazareth senior star Samson Usilo said beforehand that he wouldn’t playing in the team’s contest with first-place Monsignor Scanlanon on Tuesday because of a sprained knee. Comment

Inferno sends four to hospital

A fourth-floor apartment in the Louis Pink Houses was gutted with flames on Jan. 15, in a disaster that sent four people to the hospital and killed two dogs. Comment

Chess kings of Kings County

They don’t call it the Game of Kings for nothing. Comment
Park Slope

Slope hails road warrior DeBlasio

Mayor DeBlasio has tasked police and city agencies with clamping down on reckless drivers in an effort to bring traffic deaths down to zero, to the joy of road safety activists from his native Park Slope. Comments (2)

Jabbed at John Jay blood drive


Jabbed at John Jay blood drive

Volunteer Elijah Lords hands over some of his life supply at a John Jay High School blood drive in Park Slope on Jan. 9. Maimonides Hospital collected over 90 units of blood and 150 donors, including pupils and staff from nearby schools such as Millennium Brooklyn High School and Park Slope Collegiate High School. “We are very proud of our students and their giving spirits,” John Jay speech therapist Patricia Bradley said. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014

Coney Island

He’s out! Clones manager Donnelly headed to West Coast

He’s going, going … gone! Comments (1)

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