Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014

Crown Heights

G’point musician has hit song with Aussie group she has never met

Technology is taking singer-songwriter Christine Hoberg in strange new directions. Comment

Outside the ring box: Find an anti-wedding band for your big day

Kool and the Gang’s “Celebration” is strictly a no-no when celebrating with this bunch. Comment

Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014


New York Beer Week comes to Brooklyn


New York Beer Week comes to Brooklyn

‘NYC Brewer’s Choice’ brings 27 state breweries to Williamsburg for epic tasting event. Comment
Comedian Eugene Mirman and Mayim “Blossom” Bialik will join the celebrity astrophysicist to talk science live on stage. Comment

Monday, Feb. 17, 2014

Freedom sings in Fort Greene. Comments (1)
Brooklyn Heights

Photographic memory: A historical look at Brooklyn with Jamel Shabazz

If you want a street-level view of Brooklyn’s history, just take a look through Jamel Shabazz’s photo albums. Comment

Sunday, Feb. 16, 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, Feb. 15, 2014

Big Screecher

Carmine cheers the Carmine winners for Couple of the Year

Look, sometimes you gotta say nice things about nice people. Comment

Friday, Feb. 14, 2014

Sheepshead Bay

‘Homecrest horror’ house halted

Sheepshead Bay

‘Homecrest horror’ house halted

Homecrest neighbors and local leaders may have finally slain the “monstrosity” in their midst. Comment
It is the Year of the Horse — and one Ridge Girl Scout is learning to take the reins! Comment
Skin art is not the only thing on display at this Williamsburg tattoo studio. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge Nights gets hot and heavy

The weather report predicts a hot and heavy weekend above 65th Street — because Bay Ridge is for lovers. Comment
A Britisher’s View

Perv loos and other poops at the Olympics immortalize Sochi as the no-go destination of the world

President Vladimir Putin wanted to show one and all that, as host of the Sochi Olympics, Russia was still a super power. But his public relations’ blunders — complete with spy cams, loos with a view, and icky water — have flushed those hopes down the toilet, writes our columnist. Comment

Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014

Bay Ridge

Bad vibrations! R train noise rattles Ridge

Ridgites along Fourth Avenue say the subway is leaving them shaken. Comments (2)
It’s a love letter to our nation’s military families. Comment
Don’t let a little snow get in the way of your bikini shopping. Comment
Standing O

Standing O is at it again!

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Relive the hilarious horrors of high school sexual education at Union Hall. Comment
Joe Knows

Loyal Hayes signs in fitting style

Poly Prep defensive tackle Jay Hayes avoided the ice, rain, and cold that accompanied National Signing Day in Brooklyn when he officially signed to play for Notre Dame last Wednesday. Comment

Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014

A train buff’s longtime dream of restoring streetcars to Red Hook went even further off the rails this past weekend when three of his beloved carriages went missing. Comments (4)
Crown Heights

Cue the fog machine! Brooklyn gets futuristic nicotine shop

Where there is no smoke, there is vapor, thanks to a new store that sells high-end electronic cigarettes. Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Jo’s signing off from Facebook — and taking back her life

This wek, our columnist admits she’s an addict, and is going to do something about it. Comment
It’s art, Jim, but not as we know it. Comment

Downtown’s wish is granite

Officials are cheering the city’s just-released plan to replace the bluestones in the crumbling plaza around Borough Hall with something sturdier. Comments (1)

Shorthanded St. Francis College sees winning streak snapped

St. Francis College rode a three-game winning streak into their contest against conference leaders Robert Morris, but an early morning announcement that four Terriers players were suspended “indefinitely” helped put and end to the team’s good fortune. Comment

Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014


Bus-tling! Avenue L gets B44 select stop

Sometimes “L” can stand for “winner.” Comment
Coney Island

Coney Island woman missing

Police are asking for the public’s help finding a woman who went missing from her Coney Island home last week. Comment
Will’s Watch

Liu may challenge Velazquez for Congress

Will’s Watch

Liu may challenge Velazquez for Congress

Insiders say former Comptroller and failed mayoral candidate John Liu is weighing a run against Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D–Sunset Park). Comments (3)

Can you tell me how to get to Fort Hamilton?

The beloved “Sesame Street” Muppet stopped by the base to delight 75 children on Feb. 7 — part of a Valentine’s Day gift to the service members. Comment
Park Slope

Slapstick century: Celebrate 100 years of Charlie Chaplin with special screening

A local silent film expert will school you in slapstick, at a screening of the comedy great’s first three films. Comment
High School Sports

Cold-shooting Bishop Loughlin can’t lock up division crown

Bishop Loughlin missed a lot of shots and a big opportunity last Sunday. Comment

Monday, Feb. 10, 2014

Brighton Beach

Purse snatcher targets Brighton Beach seniors

Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a purse snatcher targeting elderly women in Brightgon Beach. Comment
Bay Ridge

Sketchy Ridge spas in violation of zoning

Local leaders are wielding a new weapon in their fight against illicit massage parlors. Comments (2)
It’s Only My Opinion

The plane truth: Stan hits the airwaves

The news to Stan this week is up in the sky. Comment
High School Sports

Nazareth falls short against rival Christ the King

There was only so much Bianca Cuevas could do. Comment

Friday, Feb. 7, 2014


Dance dance politicians! Officials meet on the dance-floor for historic groove-off

Councilman Antonio Reynoso and his former boss Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna will square off against Assemblywoman Nydia Velazquez and Councilman Carlos Menchaca in a dancing duel tomorrow night in Williamsburg. Comment
Punk prayers were answered last night when Pussy Riot addressed the Brooklyn crowd and Lauryn Hill and legions of other big names rocked it, despite a nascent protest movement outside. Comments (1)

Lincoln’s Holley draws strength from ailing uncle

Thomas Holley truly learned what it means to be a fighter and a leader from a family member who was both on September 11th. Comment
High School Sports

Lincoln football stars make college choices offical

High School Sports

Lincoln football stars make college choices offical

Abraham Lincoln’s Khendell Puryear was left scrambling for a college destination when New Haven football coach Pete Rossomando left for Central Connecticut State two weeks ago. He ended up not having to look far for his future home. Comment
High School Sports

Eramus Hall signs three to Division-I schools

High School Sports

Eramus Hall signs three to Division-I schools

Jose Duncan remembers sitting in the Erasmus Hall library in 2012 watching Dutchman senior Wayne Morgan sign his National Letter of Intent and thinking of what it would feel like to do the same someday. Comment

Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014

Brooklyn Heights

Cops: Duo grabs man in headlock

Plus all the other crime from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Comment

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