Friday, June 30, 2017

Updated with Coney Island Flicks at the Beach! Comments (1)

Monday, June 5, 2017

Take a new look at an old building! Comment

Sunday, June 4, 2017

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

Sound Off To The Editor

I applaud Ed Greenspan’s RODS (Restoration Of Discipline in Schools) initiative and I wish him success (“Dump the Disruptive,” Letters to the Editor, May 12). Should the initiative come to pass, it will be welcomed by all legitimate students who go to school to learn and are currently prevented from doing so by today’s unruly (at times violent) children. Comments (3)

Saturday, June 3, 2017


What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment
Midwood junior Jared Ramos drove in both of his team’s run on May 26, lifting the Hornets to a 2–1 victory over Fort Hamilton in eight innings. Comment

Friday, June 2, 2017

The city must find another place to dock a weekend party boat that unleashes a wave of rowdy revelers onto the same pier used by citywide ferries in Sunset Park, demand flustered commuters. Comments (1)

Feltman's returns

It’s a taste of Coney Island history! Comment
How does Coney Island’s original hot dog compare to its most famous? Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

The Ridge is just warming up

Spring is in the Bay Ridge air! Comment
Coney Island

Cosmos can’t connect, draw with San Francisco

Coney Island

Cosmos can’t connect, draw with San Francisco

The Cosmos notched a handful of prime scoring chances, but couldn’t find the back of the net on May 27, drawing 0–0 with the San Francisco Deltas at MCU Park. Comment
High School Sports

Worth the wait: Poly senior’s return to mound sparks championship win

Poly Prep ace Nick Storz made his first start in nearly two months on May 24, lifting the Blue Devils to a 6–3 victory over Horace Mann for the team’s second straight state title. Comment
High School Sports

Poly softball comes up short in title game

The Blue Devils couldn’t come up with that one, big hit on May 24, falling 6–3 to Fieldston in the Association of Independent Schools championship game. Comment

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Brooklynites from all corners of the borough jammed Third Avenue in Bay Ridge during a driving rainstorm on May 29 for the 150th anniversary of the nation’s oldest Memorial Day parade. Comment

From exoneration to elevation: His name cleared, John O’Hara is running for judgeship

The Brooklyn legal iconoclast is looking to go from the dock to the bench. Comment
Brooklyn Heights

‘One-Eye’ open! Classic Red Hook movie screens at Art Fest

The stars are back in Brooklyn! Comment
It’s a stroke of genius! Comment

Back to Brooklyn: Blackbirds point guard withdraws from NBA draft

Long Island Univeristy point guard Jashaun Agosto announced his decision to withdraw from the draft last week, returning to the Blackbirds roster for his sophomore season. Comment

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Brooklyn war hero Capt. Michael Berdy was honored in his native Coney Island with a street co-naming on West Aveneue on May 22. Comments (3)

State Senate’s rogue Dems trade barbs


State Senate’s rogue Dems trade barbs

The state Senate Democrats who refuse to sit with their party are now fighting among themselves. Comments (1)
Not for Nuthin’

Jo’s mad about evil losers and loose lips!

My anger level has reached critical mass. Comments (1)

Clod tries to melt store’s lock open with blowtorch

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

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

A Bay Ridgite aims to get locals out of their homes and culinary comfort zones with an online forum devoted to exploring Southern Brooklyn cuisine. Comment
Marine Park

Loading up at Marine Park diaper drive

Marine Park

Loading up at Marine Park diaper drive

They were really pampered! Comment
Octopus and orangutan and eagle — oh my! Comment

Sunday, May 28, 2017

They were on fleet. Comment

Friday, May 26, 2017


City removes swastika etched into Gravesend sidewalk

Some neo-Nazi nogoodnik carved a swastika into the sidewalk on McDonald Avenue in Gravesend this week, but the city quickly removed the anti-Semitic symbol just a day after it was found. Comments (6)

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