Monday, Nov. 23, 2015

Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015

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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. 21, 2015

Big Screecher

Buck, buck, goose! Carmines lands on the floor

This week, the Screecher has another mishap from atop his trusty steed! Comment

Friday, Nov. 20, 2015

Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge celebrates an American tradition — rockin’ out!

There’s more live music than you can shake a stick at in Bay Ridge this weekend. Dive deep into the American traditions of rock, soul, and jazz — plus bonus Irish music, cause why not? It is all waiting for you in Brooklyn’s nightlife Mecca. Comment

Dame of thrones: All-female ‘Henry IV’ is captivating

The gripping performance of Shakespeare’s classic is set in a women’s prison. Comment
His band is all strung out. Comment
A Britisher’s View

Mon dieu! Another eggshell walk from passive libertarians over pitiless Paris terror attacks

Where the hell is your ANGER over the horrible handiwork of Islamo-nuts? Our columnist wants to know. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015

It was their shot at greatness. Comment
Marine Park

Hoop springs eternal: Marine Park basketball tourney to aid kid’s cancer fight

They’re taking their fight to court — the basketball court. Comment

Picture purr-fect: ‘Felines of New York’ captures city kitties

These cats are getting their moment in the sunbeam! Comment
Bay Ridge

Glint of steal: Feds, cops seek Ridge gunpoint bank robber

He flashed his piece and took the cash. Comment
Standing O

Cheering for CPR training

Standing O is sending shout-outs to Assemblywoman Malliotakis and Maimonides Medical Center. Comment
High School Sports

Bonnies season ends short of state title

A Catholic state title eluded Fontbonne Hall, but it has plenty to be proud of. Comment
Joe Knows

Mullin era begins with a bang

Chris Mullin’s victorious coaching debut was emotional from start to finish. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015

Bay Ridge

Meow nix: Ridge creeps poisoning neighborhood pet food

Bay Ridge pets beware! Comments (11)
Bay Ridge

They’ve seen enough! Ridge community board nixes upzone proposal

Bay Ridge gave two big thumbs down to Mayor DeBlasio’s controversial housing plan. Comment
They want to take Flatbish to new heights. Comments (1)
Not for Nuthin’

The President must call it what it is, and fight back

This week, Jo gives her take on the Paris terrorist attacks. Comment
High School Sports

Xaverian rolls into third straight ‘A’ final

Xaverian is hoping the third time is the charm. Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015


Party foul! Schism deepens as two Republicans claim county committee chairmanship

It’s Brooklyn’s Big Tent party — now with twice as many tents! Comments (1)

In a bind: Sunset Parkers fear library redev would leave them with crummy interim book-lender

A plan to replace the decrepit Sunset Park library with apartments and a library on the bottom should be stopped in its tracks until developers hash out plans for a temporary library, bookworms warned this week. Comment
High School Sports

It’s official! Nazareth’s Johnson signs with Virginia Commonwealth

Nazareth senior guard Niya Johnson was beaming from ear to ear. Comment
High School Sports

Back in business: Erasmus offense finds rhythm in playoff win

This win was vintage Erasmus Hall. Comment
High School Sports

Moore the merrier! Midwood guard psyched about Niagara commitment

The reality sunk in as she put pen to paper. Comment

Monday, Nov. 16, 2015

Bergen Beachers say the city’s plan to tone down noise from the Belt Parkway is full of holes. Comment

Highway to the danger zone: Bensonhursters say zoning proposal paves way for legalizing hazardous subdivided homes

Bensonhurst leaders fear Mayor DeBlasio’s up-zoning plan will sanction illegally converted homes and encourage tenement living. Comments (2)
The contractor dredging Gravesend Bay to make room for a controversial waste transfer station dumped metal and contaminated mud into the water and defied state-issued work permits by failing to halt the operation or report the breach to officials, video shows. Comment
It’s Only My Opinion

Throw the book at skeevy paederasts

In which our columnist opines upon pedophiles, their terrible life choices, and the judges who let them out of jail too early. Comment

Friday, Nov. 13, 2015


We’re looking for freelance photographers!

The Brooklyn Paper and are seeking freelance photographers to shoot in our Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods, including exciting shorefront areas from Bay Ridge to Canarsie. Anyone with a good eye for photos who wants to learn how to make an image effectively tell a story can apply! To do so, click on the above link! Good luck, Jimmy! Read more…
Dyker Heights

Corps curriculum: Vets give Dyker students a history lesson

These kids got the history lesson that the state isn’t giving them. Comment

New digs! Brooklyn schools building indoor farms

Call them nursery schools. Comment

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