Monday, Oct. 5, 2015


Galley cats!: Talk dives into feline seafaring history

Don’t call them sea dogs! Comment

Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015

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, Oct. 3, 2015

Big Screecher

Screecher blasts TV ads, praises Pope & Powsner

He’s done it again! Carmine has done it again! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Oct. 2, 2015

It’s a vision of the future! Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Get your lederhosen, Bay Ridge!

Raise your glass to Bay Ridge — and hold it hoooold it Comment
A Britisher’s View

Donald Trump and Ben Carson are paving the politically correct way

The Republican presidential frontrunners are a breath of fresh air in the dung heap of political correct politics, writes our columnist. Comments (2)

Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness


Starting today, and for the rest of the month, out website will come to you on a pink background to help raise breast cancer awareness. Comments (1)
Breast Cancer Awareness

Brooklyn volunteers are key players on the anti-cancer stage

Big-hearted volunteers have been the heart and soul of our nation since the early colonists helped each other plant crops and survive in the New World. The figures show we continue to rely on one another for aid and comfort through tough times, making selflessness a national pastime. Comment
Breast Cancer Awareness

Become a volunteer and give the greatest gift of all — yourself!

Volunteers of all ages and walks of life fuel and energize the American Cancer Society, donating their time and skills to help eradicate a disease that has claimed so much from so many. Comment
Breast Cancer Awareness

Check out a ‘pink month’ event

There are Breast Cancer Awareness Month events happening around town. Here are a few to get you started! Comment
Mill Basin residents are very uncomfortable with plans to build a Comfort Inn. Comment
Standing O

Golden ribbons for fighting cancer

Standing O

Golden ribbons for fighting cancer

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

Booze-ical comedy: ‘Alcoholic Movie Musical’ mixes up film, stage, and real life

Making a movie can be a whiskey business. Comment
They’re pumping up the case to make this forgotten Coney Island structure a landmark. Comment
Joe Knows

Erasmus defense returning to elite form

The D in Dutchmen stand for “Defense.” Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015

Coney Island

Loooooou! Mermaid Ave. named for Powsner!

Coney Island

Loooooou! Mermaid Ave. named for Powsner!

It was a street nearly 94 years in the naming. Comment

Hemp-est in a teapot: Williamsburger sells pot-infused teas

Talk about high tea. Comment
When the Islanders decamped from Long Island to Brooklyn, the team brought along a piece of its history — the original organ from the Nassau Coliseum. Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Jo: Did a 5-year-old really write that letter?

Our columnist has a few questions about Sophia Cruz, the little girl who ambushed the Pope with a suspiciously precocious letter about U.S. immigration policy. Comment
High School Sports

Jefferson’s Ponds choses to stay home with St. John’s

St. John’s fans will have anotherr lefty from Brooklyn to root for next year. Comment
High School Sports

Madison tops Tilden in first-place battle

James Madison’s two-headed rushing attack proved too much for Tilden in a battle of unbeaten teams last Saturday. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015

Bay Ridge

Cod fry for you: Seafood joint coming to Ridge riffs on Bon Jovi

There’s a hunger burning in the heart of their souls — for fried anchovies. Comment
Coney Island

City to grab unused Coney Island land

A city plan to seize unused shorefront land in Coney Island doesn’t go far enough, say local leaders. Comments (1)
Red Hook

Hero to ground zero: Runners remember lionheart’s charge to Twin Towers

It took thousands to follow in one hero’s footsteps. Comment

Hall right: E-Hall crusies past Midwood for third-straight win

Erasmus Hall is once again living up to its reputation as one of the city’s elite football teams, thanks to a simpler approach to the game. Comment

Hun School crashes Poly Prep’s homecoming

Every step forward the Poly Prep football team took last Saturday, it took four steps back. Comment

Monday, Sept. 28, 2015

Gerritsen Beach

The ghost ship of Gerritsen Inlet

Gerritsen Beach

The ghost ship of Gerritsen Inlet

On Sept. 17, under cover of night, some surreptitious sailors scuttled a 25-foot boat just off Gerritsen Beach, creating major headaches for nearby homeowners and a hazard for the environment. Comments (3)
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan on spuds

In which our commen-tater considers fresh potatoes, dangerous bananas, and some very special oysters. Comments (7)
Park Slope

Slope synagogue has super sukkah!

Park Slope

Slope synagogue has super sukkah!

It’s alive! Comment
Soldiers and patriots remembered prisoners of war and those missing in action protecting this country during a memorial held on Sept. 18. Comment

Gravesend murder suspect arrested

Police have arrested a Manhattan resident for the May 26 murder of a Gravesend man and attempted murder of another. Comment

New Utrecht alum Ndiaye comes home with Bolts


New Utrecht alum Ndiaye comes home with Bolts

Elhadi Ndiaye took a chance on football three years ago, and now he’s giving people reasons to take a chance on him. Comment

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