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Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016

Getting baked

Williamsburg

Sweet words: Brooklyn’s drunken bakers release cookbook

How sweet it is! Comment
Books

Bake fail: I screwed up a recipe and still ate it

My recipe fail was a sweet-tooth’s dream. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016

Bushwick

Birds on a wire: High-flying avian play lands at House of Yes

This flight of fancy took three years to land! Comment

Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016

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!
Letters

Reader: ‘The city screwed us in Sheepshead Bay’

Rarely do Community Board 15, the Manhattan Beach Community Group, and the Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Association agree on anything, but they all agree on moving the unsafe Oriental Boulevard bike lane to a safe location on Shore Boulevard where cyclists won’t have to contend with cars and buses (“Break the cycle: As city repaints controversial bike lane, locals renew calls to move it” by Julianne Cuba, online Aug. 19). Comment

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016

Spin Cycle

Tom delights in the legends of the Fall

This week, our columnist reflects on the coming days, if that is at all possible to do. Comment

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Books

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comments (1)

Friday, Sept. 2, 2016

Park Slope

Get schooled: ‘School’s Out’ comedy show is in session

It’s setting a high bar for comedy! Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge is taking it slow

It’s a change of pace for Bay Ridge Nights. Comment
A Britisher’s View

Star cower! Islamo-celebs are blind, deaf, and dumb to radical Islam

How ‘bout it, Huma, Amal, and Gigi? Prominent Muslims living high on the hog in the West should be doing a lot more to defend the free world from the ravages of radical Islam, writes our columnist. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016

Party Line

Treyger swipes back at ‘bad Democrat’ accusation

Councilman Mark Treyger (D–Coney Island) is reacting to accusations he is a bad Democrat by slinging similar claims against Assembly candidate Kate Cucco, who is challenging his ally Assemblywoman Pam Harris (D–Coney Island). Comments (6)
Standing O

Standing O is at it again!

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

Lost in song: Opera ‘The Loser’ will play high above the stage

This loser will be playing to empty seats! Comment
Borough-wide

All the small things: Cyclones pitcher focused on basics out of bullpen

Start small, master the basics, and then throw strikes. Comment

Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016

Bay Ridge

Love grows: ‘Cancer Can’t Kill Love’ benefit beats records

Bay Ridgites really know how to look out for their own. Comment
Coney Island ►Video

Whiskering campaign: Beard and moustache contest is combing to town

Get ready for the mane event! Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Working hard to preserve Labor Day

Labor Day sales exploit workers, our columnist writes. Comment
High School Sports

Afterburners: Brooklyn Law & Tech’s Jets make statement in Conrad McRae final

The Brooklyn High School for Law and Technology basketball team wanted to prove something this summer. Comment
High School Sports

Eyes on the prize: Erasmus Hall ready to vie for footbal title this fall

The rebuilding process is over — it’s time for Erasmus to win a championship. Comment
High School Sports

Fresh faces: Young Poly Prep football anxious to find early-season footing

The times they are a-changing at Poly Prep. Comment

Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016

BoroBeat

Beach bodies! Supermodels invade Coney Island

Sports Illustrated swimsuit models made the Boardwalk sizzle during the mag’s Summer of Swim Fan Festival in Coney Island on Aug. 28. Comments (1)
Development

Sunset Parkers want city to build school on lot rather than landmark

They want a stay of execution. Comments (1)
Bay Ridge

House flip: ‘Illegal home conversion’ bill’s critic now a supporter

Talk about a conversion! Comments (2)
Brighton Beach

Brighton Beach fair celebrates 40 years

It was a jubilee for the Jubilee! Comment
Brighton Beach

On point! Brighton Ballet Theater celebrates 30 years

They’re Brooklyn’s prima ballerinas! Comment
BoroBeat

Halves of the battle: Borough’s two Battle of Brooklyn celebrations

There were reenactments — but we still lost. Comment
Borough-wide

Advancing the haul: Football program receives big boost after winning grant

They’re ready to hit and they’re going to look good doing it. Comment

Monday, Aug. 29, 2016

Borough-wide ►Video

A is for ‘automaton’: Sunset Park group shows teachers how to incorporate robots into lesson plans

Teachers practice using robots during the workshop. Courtesy Sunset SparkThey’re hoping to ignite teachers’ passion for robotics. Comment
Marine Park

At cross purposes: New utility pole blocks crosswalk signal

The city needs to get moving to replace a crosswalk signal that is blocked by a new utility pole, Marine Parkers are demanding. Comment
Borough-wide

Boys of summer school: Cyclones, NYU hand out back-to-school supplies

They’re getting into the swing of the new school year. Comment
It’s Only My Opinion

Stan responds to a reader

To the commenter going by Maurice: This one’s for you. Comments (30)

Friday, Aug. 26, 2016

Transit

Building bridges: Delayed Belt Parkway spans are back on track

They are back on (the new) schedule! Comments (2)
BoroBeat

Start ‘em up! ‘Stones’ tribute rocks Marine Park

They definitely got some satisfaction. Comment
Bay Ridge

Latte mercy! Burgled cafe’s owner offers bandit clemency

Far from bitter, he’s serving up a double shot of forgiveness. Comment

Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016

Bay Ridge

Tired of it: Ridgites demand more police following rim-and-tire thefts

Is Bay Ridge backsliding to the bad old days? Comment

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