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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Williamsburg

Lefty laughter: Comedy show pushes diversity

Look out — this comedy show has an agenda! Comment

Monday, April 3, 2017

Crown Heights

War of words: Greek tragedy and talk in Crown Heights

They’re talking war and peace. Comment

Sunday, April 2, 2017

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

Gov. puts state police on city streets

Everyone knows all too well the “pissing match” between the governor and the mayor. Each man seemingly hates the other and now the governor is slapping the face of the mayor and the NYPD by bringing state troopers to patrol the highways and, yes, now the streets of the city. Comments (2)

Friday, March 31, 2017

Bay Ridge Nights

Wotcha! Bay Ridge Nights goes British!

Cheerio, old chaps! Comment

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Gowanus

It’s a pod-past!: History buffs celebrate 10 years at podcast fest

Hear history in the making! Comment

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Crime

Serial cellphone swiper sought

Cops are searching for a sneak who has been menacing Southern Brooklyn, stealing cellphones, cash, and other electronics from numerous stores since February. Comment
Borough-wide

Full of scrap! City expanding curbside composting to Williamsburg, Downtown, Southern Brooklyn

It is the big stink! Comments (1)
Downtown

Looking up! Artist portrays Downtown skyscrapers with giant photos

He’s bringing his art to new heights! Comment
Fort Greene

Touré on tour: African rocker returns to Brooklyn

Good golly, it’s Mali music! Comment
Standing O

Standing O is at it again!

PS 212’s budding mini scientists wowed parents and teachers at Family Science Night, and the school’s first-ever cheerleading team placed in the New York City Youth Cheerleading competition. Comment
Party Line

Dem Felder honored as ‘top conservative’ in senate

Democratic state Sen. Simcha Felder (D–Midwood) is set to take home an award for best Conservative senator in New York on Sunday. Comments (3)
Borough-wide

Loughlin grad takes the reins at Oklahoma State

Bishop Loughlin grad Mike Boynton was, officially, introduced as the new Oklahoma State men’s basketball coach on March 27. Comment
Coney Island

Cosmos ready to Rocco and roll in Brooklyn

The Cosmos have a brand-new owner and a brand-new home field and this spring the squad is getting ready to take over Brooklyn. Comment

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Bay Ridge

Shore will be nice: City greenlights revamp of Shore Road Park

They’re calling it the “Shore Line.” Comments (6)
BoroBeat

What a trip! Coney Gala was in high spirits

Absinthe made their hearts grow fonder! Comments (1)
Manhattan Beach

Stage stories: ‘Broadway Backstage’ offers look behind the curtain

It’s Broadway in Brooklyn! Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Be careful of the scams that are perfectly legal

We have all heard about the many illicit scams that are trying to separate us fools from our money. Comments (1)
Bensonhurst

Man shot in guts with crossbow on Bay Parkway

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Comment
High School Sports

Lady Vikings finally conquer Feds, capture state crown

The South Shore girls basketball team erased two years of painfull memories on March 25, defeating The Mary Louis Academy to clinch the Federation “AA” title. Comment
High School Sports

The pursuit of happiness: Lincoln standout’s decision proves right

Lincoln senior Klay Brown transferred into the program two seasons ago and the choice, finally, paid off on March 25 as he helped the Railsplitters clinch a state title. Comment

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Georgetown

Hashem-approved cookies!

The new Fairway Market in bustling Georgetown now offers fresh kosher pastries, muffins, and scones in its bakery. Comment
Crime

Former Brooklyn prosecutor charged with wiretapping coworker, cop

The Feds charged a former prosecutor in the District Attorney’s office with forging judges’ signatures in order to illegally wiretap the phone conversations of two people for more than a year. Comments (1)
BoroBeat

Eire of the dog! Seamus is star of Bay Ridge St. Patrick’s Parade — again!

It was a St. Patrick’s Day full of pats! Comment
High School Sports

Back on top: Lincoln clinches first Fed title since 2008

The Railsplitters rolled to an 80–63 victory over Long Island Lutheran in the Federation “AA” final at the Glens Falls Civic Center on March 25, wrapping up a perfect season in state. Comment
High School Sports

Madison can’t mount upset, fall in Federation semis

The James Madison girls basketball came up just short of defeating two-time defending champs Staten Island Academy in the Federation “A” semis on March 25. Comment

Monday, March 27, 2017

Gerritsen Beach

Survivor: Cat that took arrow to face needs good home

Me-ouch! Comments (2)
Bay Ridge

NYU Langone expands into shuttered job center

Call it a prescription for growth! Comment
Bergen Beach

Planting ideas of healthy eating in Bergen Beach

Talk about locally grown veggies! Comment
Bay Ridge

Ridge pol demands toll relief for Brooklynites

The toll is too damn high! Comments (7)

Friday, March 24, 2017

Transit

Flub-way! Sunset Parkers steamed about lack of fliers, shuttles for 53rd St. station closure

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority blindsided Sunset Parker straphangers by offering negligible notice of the 53rd Street station’s impending six-month closure, say locals. Comments (3)
Mean Streets

Sunset Parkers worry 7th Ave. bike lane will bring Park Slope yuppies

It is a slippery slope from the Slope! Comments (5)

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