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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Williamsburg

Modem times: Play spoofs hacker film of the ’90s

They can jam with the console cowboys in cyberspace! Comment

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

He is not just a Mad man. Comment

Sunday, June 12, 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
Borough-wide

Billy the Senior! Power to packin’ elders, sez reader

Kudos to Stanley Gershbein’s armament call (“Stan aims for the latest headlines,” It’s Only My Opinion, May 27). Comment

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Spin Cycle

The lessons of Muhammad Ali

This week, our columnist remembers a man he grew up admiring. Comments (1)

Friday, June 10, 2016

Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge Nights wants you!

No more sitting on the sidelines! Comment
This theater is on the cutting edge! Comment
A Britisher’s View

Right on! ‘Tough-love’ moms are super heroes for turning in thug teens

Well done! Our columnist applauds and commends the Brooklyn moms who dragged their daughters off to the police precinct, after learning they may have beaten up a senior. Comments (1)

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Contractors are clogging streets with dumpsters and trucks, and it’s ruining the quality-of-life, locals say. Comments (5)
Party Line

Brad Lander fends off racism accusations

Plus, the rumor mill says Councilman Vincent Gentile is angling for the late judge Artie Schack’s seat on Brooklyn Supreme Court. Comments (6)
Woman, woman! We saluted Kings County’s most “distinctive” females at Sirico’s Caterers in Dyker Heights. Comments (1)
Downtown

Championship belters: Beep’s karaoke contest reaches its finale

They are hitting the high notes! Comment
Standing O

Bang, Zoom, to the Space Station

Standing O

Bang, Zoom, to the Space Station

Standing O is blasting off congratulations to the winning students. Comment
High School Sports

Midwood headed to first city championship

High School Sports

Midwood headed to first city championship

Their coach promised it was only a matter of time — and that time is now. Comments (1)
High School Sports

Xaverian hits its stride in playoffs

High School Sports

Xaverian hits its stride in playoffs

The Xaverian baseball team broke out the bats on June 7, cruising to a victory over Fordham Prep in an elmination game in the Catholic High School Athletic Association playoffs. Comment

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

They’re fast-tracking this track-and-field repair! Comment
Standing O

Strings of Rubies

Celebrating 40 years of excellence. Comment
BoroBeat

Thanks a Lott! Volunteers clean up historic Marine Park house

Just a few folks did a whole Lott-a good. Comment
Get up, stand up! Stand up for gay rights! Comment
Who says they don’t teach art in schools anymore?! Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Jo goes ape! In defense of slain gorilla

She ain’t monkeying around. Comment

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Brooklyn's many customs

Motorcycles, lamps, pillows, and color itself — if you can mod it, Brooklyn is making it unique. Comment
Hai-five to this guy! Comment
They really packed ’em in. Comment
Cinema

A comprehensive guide to this summer’s outdoor films

Cinema

A comprehensive guide to this summer’s outdoor films

Brooklyn is the spot to be for movies under the stars! Comment
High School Sports

Nazareth clinches Catholic ‘A’ title in dramatic fashion

After two straight losses in previous title games, Nazareth clinched a championship with two straight victories over Monsignor Scanlan. Comment
Tyreek Jewell never pictured himself as a Division I basketball player. Comment
High School Sports

Grand Street baseball falls in AAA semis

High School Sports

Grand Street baseball falls in AAA semis

The Wolves lost back-to-back games to Tottenville in the best of three series, ending their champinoship aspirations. Comment

Monday, June 6, 2016

A red-light-runner plowed her car into a sport utility vehicle in Marine Park on June 4, witnesses said. Comment
Bensonhurst

Police hunting for N train masturbator

Officials say he whipped it out in front of a 12-year-old. Comment
Can’t they spell? Comments (12)
Transit honchos say they should have made a free transfer between two Brownsville subway stations a long time ago — but straphangers will still have to wait three years for it to happen, because the cash-strapped Metropolitan Transportation Authority can’t afford it now. Comments (2)
You’ve heard of the L-pocalypse, but what about this cluster-F? Comments (1)
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan’s got the cure

In which our author advocates for lethal injections for criminals and better health screening for immigrants. Comments (15)

Friday, June 3, 2016

These cubs really roared. Comments (1)
And locals are pretty pumped. Comment
A decrepit city-owned building collapsed near the entrance to a waterfront park in Sunset Park on June 1. Comment
BoroBeat

Bay Ridge over the moon for Lag B’Omer festival

Children and adults danced and marched down Bay Ridge Avenue from the Chabad of Bay Ridge to Owl’s Head Park to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Lag B’Omer on May 26. Comment
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