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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Nightlife

Break down: Basement comedy show brings laughs to Lefferts

At this show, comedians handle the humor and crowd control. Comment

Monday, May 23, 2016

Remember the Steeplechase! Comments (1)

Sunday, May 22, 2016

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

Friday, May 20, 2016

Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge is unstuck in time!

Music is coming from everywhen! Comment
A Britisher’s View

Facebook or Farcebook? Social network no friend of free speech

Facebook portrays itself as a friend of free speech, but the gossip in the grapevine suggests it’s more a first amendment foe, committed to dismantling the ideals brave Americans have died defending on the battlefield, writes our columnist. Comment

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Ridgites have to hold tight for another year. Comment
This deposed prince got a stay of execution. Comments (1)
Party Line

Longtime Greenpoint committeewoman fending off attacks she’s a no-show

Greenpoint Democratic district leader Linda Minucci has held the position for as long as her upstart challenger has been alive, but critics say she hasn’t put in enough time in the district. Comments (7)
Marine Park

Bands take the Field: Aviator launches summer music series

This summer is coming up Aces! Comment
Standing O

Stop the presses: this just in

Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comments (1)
They are looking for a good clean fight! Comment
The Park Slope hospital ate, boogied, and honored at its annual fundraiser. Comment
Joe Knows

Farewell — but not goodbye

My watch has ended. Comment
High School Sports

Poly Prep drops regular season finale

Mental mistakes and miscues were at the center of Poly Prep’s first league loss of the season as the Blue Devils fell 8–5 to the visiting Fieldston School on Wednesday. Poly Prep recorded four errors in the Ivy League softball matchup due to nerves, the coach said. Comment

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

A borough divided

Would ya look at these transit-rich cry babies up in yuppie Brooklyn… Sheesh! Follow the link to our sister site BrooklynPaper.com for the scoop. Comment
Transit

A newsroom divided!

Transit

A newsroom divided!

Pols say the F express is pitting Brownstone Brooklynites against Southern Kings County citizens — and this newsroom is no exception! It almost came to blows when BrooklynDaily.com deputy editor Max Jaeger and BrooklynPaper.com deputy editor Ruth Brown tried to agree on an angle to this story. Instead, they each went their own way — and haven’t spoken to each other since. Frankly, it is getting a little awkward now.
Williamsburg

Disney whirl: Little Mermen plays prom party in Williamsburg

Be their guest! Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Spoiler alert: Jo has resurrected her love for ‘Game of Thrones’

No seriously — spoiler alert. Comment
Borough-wide

On the atk: New Nets coach Atkinson eager for turnaround

Everybody won! Comment
High School Sports

Fontbonne drops second straight, finishes third

Fontbonne starter Bianca Marletta was dominant against Mary Louis everywhere but the scoreboard. Comment

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Here they are — horned hats, bunads, and all — the plunderers who invaded Owl’s Head Park for Viking Fest on Saturday and the revelers who followed in their wake during Sunday’s Norwegian Day Parade. Comment
There was no keeping this festival at bay. Comment
They’re tiny Einsteins! Comment
They shook a leg and broke a leg! Comment
Fort Hamilton

Fort Hamilton honors fallen police

Fort Hamilton

Fort Hamilton honors fallen police

They laid a wreath for National Peace Officers Day. Comment
Borough-wide

Blackbirds win first conference title since 2012

Borough-wide

Blackbirds win first conference title since 2012

The Blackbirds would not be denied. Comment
High School Sports

Navarro, undefeated Nazareth battle past Scanlan

Senior William Navarro has thrown plenty of big games for Nazareth, but even he needed a reminder early in a critical contest with Monsignor Scanlan. Comment

Monday, May 16, 2016

Hundreds of police and firefighters stormed Leon Goldstein High School in Manhattan Beach for a counter-terrorism drill on May 15. Comments (1)
Two new executives have taken over Coney Island Hospital — the latest in a string of leadership changes as the city-run health center fends off reports of mismanagement and poor patient care. Comment
Manhattan Beach

Seven-story condo coming to Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach

Seven-story condo coming to Manhattan Beach

A new residential building will rise from a Manhattan Beach parking lot. Comment
Starrett City

World’s oldest person, Brooklynite ‘Miss Susie’ dead at 116

The world’s oldest living person, an East New Yorker who ascribed her longevity to eating bacon, splitting with her underwhelming ex-husband, and forgoing children, died on May 12 at the age of 116. Comment
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan’s back with ‘America by the numbers’

In which our number-crunching columnist sifts through the data so you don’t have to. Comments (2)

Friday, May 13, 2016

That’s when all the cars stop and pedestrians cross everywhere at once. Comment
But it was no tragedy. Comment

Thursday, May 12, 2016

The dogs showed signs of abuse and are now in Animal Care and Control’s custody. Comment
Forget Nets games — ’net games are coming to Barclays Center! Comment
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