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Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015

Borough-wide

Youtube dot mom: Online comedy series stars women in Lefferts Gardens

Call it a mom-com. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015

Williamsburg

Rhymes with reason: Feminist rappers battle hip-hop misogny

It is a girl’s world. Comment

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015

Fort Greene

Re-mixed media: DJ spins book into a live robot musical

Adaptation comes with strings attached. Comment
Park Slope

Art of work: Exhibit tackles income inequality

This is art that gets involved. Comment

Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015

The Newsstand

Courier Life’s Brooklyn papers are now online!

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! Comment
Letters

Sound Off to the Editor

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

Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015

Big Screecher

Pillars of American society were great — for themselves!

You know all those guys you heard so many good things about? Well you’re wrong! Comment

Friday, Sept. 11, 2015

Borough-wide

Freed parking: Local leader gets city to open up parking spaces

Sunset Parkers have a few more parking options thanks to an outspoken business leader — and this newspaper. Comment
Bensonhurst

Fab rehab opens in Bensonhurst

This grand opening was revolutionary. Comment
Nightlife

Hop to it: Brooklyn overflows with beer festivals

Just change the name to Brew-klyn. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge remembers its heroes

A dark cloud will hang over southwestern Brooklyn this weekend as Ridgites remember 9-11. But it is not all gloom. Go show some respect for everyone affected by the massive terror attacks — then drown out your sorrows with live music. Comment
Canarsie

Candidate bucks party machine

Two contenders have emerged to fill the vacant 19th-district state Senate seat — and they both come from the same political party. Comments (1)
A Britisher’s View

Never forget the cauldron of smoke, rubble, and human remains that was 9-11

Let our sworn enemies rot in hell, smoldering in the knowledge that America rises better and stronger from the ashes of their evil, writes our columnist. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015

BoroBeat

Here they are: Your first day of school photos!

Out of the home, into the homeroom! Comment
Brighton Beach

Kosher food giveaway for the holidays

Brighton Beach residents congregated at the Shorefront Jewish Community Center on Sept. 3 to stock up on kosher foods in preparation for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Comment
Standing O

Standing O is cooling down with a new flavor

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Park Slope

The om-azing race: ‘Mindful triathlon’ challenges body and spirit

On your mark, get set, meditate! Comment
Bay Ridge

Reporter tries new bike racks on Staten Island-bound busses

Our adventure correspondent was one of the first cyclists to try out the new “Bike and Ride” program that lets bus riders strap their bikes onto racks on the front to make the trip over the Varrazano-Narrows Bridge to the bucolic borough. Comments (1)
DUMBO

Book-lyn songs: Artists sing about ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn’

These musicians are booked up! Comment
Marine Park

Bicycle anarchy in Marine Park

Talk about a vicious cycle. Comments (1)
Joe Knows

Jordan Rules: Hannah a hit at quarterback

Jordan Hannah had it in him all along — and maybe a little bit more than anyone expected. Comment
High School Sports

Booker’s three scores pace Fort Hamilton past Flushing

Troy Booker hasn’t missed a beat. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015

Borough-wide

Cops arrest suspected hit-and-run driver in grizzly Boro Park crash

Police arrested a Borough Park man who allegedly struck and killed a 59-year-old Borough Park woman with his minivan and then fled the scene on Sept. 6. Comment
BoroBeat

Revelers shake their tail feathers at West Indian Day Parade

We know you’ve been waiting for these photos all day — and they’re finally here! Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Condemn Kim Davis, but for the right reasons

Davis disobeyed the law and deserved to got to jail, but that doesn’t mean her personal life should be dragged into this, says our columnist. Comment
Prospect Heights

Jamaican me hungry! Eaters chow down in Caribbean patty-eating contest

He was the upper crust of the competition! Comment
High School Sports

Lincoln tops Erasmus to start three-peat quest

Abraham Lincoln’s 21 new starters watched the championship banner from last season get flipped over the end zone gate next to the one from 2013 before the season opener on Sept. 4. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015

Bensonhurst

Repairs will shut seven N-train stations for nearly two years

Bensonhursters and Dyker Heights residents better start planning their 2016 commutes now. Comments (3)
Borough-wide

Macy’s Backstage discount franchise opens on Emmons

Sheepshead Bay now has Backstage access. Comment
High School Sports

Poly’s Wilson goes from heavyset to heavyweight football recruit

Isaiah Wilson began playing football at 10-years-old as a way to drop a few pounds. Instead, he found a way to pick up a college scholarship and a better future. Comment
High School Sports

Health major key to Xaverian’s success

Xaverian is doing its best to keep injuries from derailing its quest for an elusive championship season. Comment
Borough-wide

Former Nets star uses journey from NBA to burger king to inspire kids

Former Net Albert King stood on the bleachers at the famed Rucker Park in late August looking to make a connection with a group of kids who knew nothing of his legendary basketball career that had its roots on the playgrounds of Fort Greene. Comment

Monday, Sept. 7, 2015

Borough-wide

Happy Labor Day from Brooklyn Daily!

Now put this down and go outside and play — it’s beautiful day! Comment
Greenwood Heights

Revolutionary reenactment at rolling Green-Wood a loss for U.S., win for historians

Whelp, the Brits won again. Comment
It’s Only My Opinion

More questions from Stan

In which our columnist asks of and about several politicans — and his loyal readers. Comment
Manhattan Beach

New rescue: Kingsborough honors first class of paramedic grads

These newly-trained grads are ready to come to the rescue. Comment

Friday, Sept. 4, 2015

Bay Ridge

Fixed gear: New bus racks let cyclists take bikes over Verrazano for first time

Soon, straphangers will be able to do what only car owners previously could — get a bicycle over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Comments (1)
Flatbush

Flatbush Inferno

A four-alarm inferno sent six Flatbush residents, including two children, to the hospital, and left their Glenwood Road home a smoldering ruin on Sept. 3. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015

Greenpoint

Arrest in heating oil truck, fuel theft

A Greenpoint heating oil company worker was arrested on Aug. 26 for allegedly stealing a truck loaded with fuel. Comment
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