Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

Stick a thrifted vintage fork in it — it’s done. Comment
Mmm, the land of hamburgers! Comment

Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014

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Sound Off to the Editor

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

Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014

Big Screecher

Wanna know who loves Carmine? Gay Talese, that’s who!

This week, the Screecher hears from his biggest fan Comment

What to read this week

Neighborhood booksellers give their top picks of new literature. Comment

Friday, Nov. 28, 2014

Bay Ridge

Span of time

Locals recall the building of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Comment
Bay Ridge

Shopping for other people’s purses

Police are looking for the woman who they believe took a shopper’s unattended purse from an 86th Street clothing store on Nov. 8. Comment
Marine Park

Parks policy leaves residents stumped

Residents of Bergen Beach and Marine Park say their neighborhoods are blighted with Hurricane Sandy wreckage all over again, as the city cuts down damaged trees and them leaves the debris by the road for months on end. Comment
Greenwood Heights

Bulgarian pickling workshop comes with a side of cultural exchange

This class is kind of a big dill. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge lights up for the holidays

Now you are stuffed full of Turkey Day cheer — and turkey — work off that stuffing by rocking out in the Ridge. Comment
A Britisher’s View

Where’s our global fury over increasingly violent Muslim extremism?

The world needs to get its Tarzan on about Islamo-havoc, writes our columnist. Comments (1)
High School Sports

South Shore seniors determined to win elusive crown

The urgency to win this year isn’t lost on Brianna Fraser and her fellow seniors at South Shore. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014

Coney Island

You have the right to remain stuffed

Coney Island

You have the right to remain stuffed

The 60th Precinct gave 70 Thanksgiving turkeys and boxes of sides to local families at the command’s Coney Island station house on Nov. 24. Comment

Cops: Help us find tool thief

Police are still looking for a man they believe stole tools and electronics from two Canarsie businesses in July. Comment
Brighton Beach

Locals: No way on one way

Brighton Beach residents are rejecting suggestions that Corbin Place could be turned into a one-way street, saying it would make driving on the road complicated and unsafe. Comment
Standing O

FrostBiz is a warm welcome for seniors

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Mill Basin

Gil Hodges Bridge on the up and up

The Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge was stuck in the upright and locked position for more than five hours on Nov. 24. Comment
High School Sports

Balanced Erasmus runs past Fort Hamilton into semifinals

High School Sports

Balanced Erasmus runs past Fort Hamilton into semifinals

No loss is a good one, but Erasmus Hall falling to Tottenville in the final game of the regular season led to a shake up of the running game that coach Danny Landberg had long been pondering. Comment

Abraham Lincoln’s Jahlil Tripp in position to reclaim spotlight

Jahlil Tripp was supposed to arrive last season. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Marine Park

Students ‘Sing!’ in Marine Park

These kids hit the high notes! Comment
Coney Island

Coney homes riddled with stray bullets

Residents of Coney Island’s west end are under fire in their own homes, and locals want the city to do more to protect residents from the stray bullets that riddle their neighborhood. Comment
Forget sidewalk sales — this is a sideshow sale! Comment
Marine Park

Thrills and chills at skating event

Marine Park

Thrills and chills at skating event

The Figure Skating Club’s 5th-Annual End of the Year Show on Nov. 23 at Aviator Sports and Events Center let skaters show off their skills on the ice. Comment
Bay Ridge

Body found on Bay Ridge shore

A bird-watcher found a dead body in the New York Harbor on Nov. 20. Comment

Cyborg night: Robot will turn on Downtown Christmas lights

This is the droid MetroTech Commons was looking for. Comment
Boerum Hill

Zorn again! Legendary composer celebrates 30 years of ‘Cobra’

John Zorn is bringing his famous composition back to where it all began — sort of. Comment
Not for Nuthin’

This year, Jo’s more thankful than ever

This week, our columnist challenges you to be more thankful than the year before. It might help your blood pressure. Comment
High School Sports

Lightning Rod: Four Rodriguez touchdowns power Lincoln past Flushing

Abraham Lincoln’s defense was suffocating last Saturday, and senior Luis Rodriguez continued to make a strong case for being the city’s best all-around player as Lincoln returned to the semifinals. Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014


Santa Claus rolls into Flatlands


Santa Claus rolls into Flatlands

Santa Claus came to town early this year. Comment

Bus lane is slow lane, say locals

On several Southern Brooklyn bus routes, service is decreasing along with the temperature, according to riders. Comment
Red Hook

Pro-creations! Red Hook show features art inspired by parenthood

Meet the parents — then meet their artwork. Comment

Bedford-Stuyvesant writer pens new play in under a month

Time is on his side, yes it is. Comment
High School Sports

Dynamic Grand Street beats Clinton to reach semifinals

Grand Street continues its historic playoff run, and is now just one win away from playing for a championship at Yankee Stadium. Comment
Tristin Thomas needed just one yard to keep a drive alive on fourth down as Franklin Roosevelt was trying to hold off Bayside in the fourth quarter. He got much more. Comment

Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Happy Birthday Bridge

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s 50th anniversary celebration for the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge turned out to be mostly a celebration of itself — and rather a lonely one at that. Comment
Bay Ridge

Campaign for Verrazano bike path picks up speed

The wheels are turning again on a push to install a bike path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Comment
Bay Ridge

Author of ‘The Bridge’ talks about his real muse

In 1960, legendary reporter Gay Talese set out to memorialize the workers who made the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge a reality. Comment
Construction on the Belt Parkway is turning Marine Park into a speedway, say angry residents. Comments (3)
It’s Only My Opinion

If you’ve got the time, Stan’s got the numbers

They don’t lie, and neither does our columnist. Comments (4)

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