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Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017

This musician is settling an old score. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 22, 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

Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017

Spin Cycle

It’s time to end our War on Politics

Our columnist asks, “Can’t we all just get along?” Comment

Friday, Jan. 20, 2017

Bay Ridge Nights

It’s never too early for St. Paddy’s!

Gird your liver! Bay Ridge is getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day, just two months away. Comment
The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension

Head into ‘Porto’: Play about hipster barflies way better than you’d expect

It’s a locally-sourced, artisanally made delight! Comment
Sgt. Jose Ramirez met with top enlisted soldiers for Army logistics in the Middle East. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017

This once-powerful elected has lost his clout. Comments (3)
The human victims, who all survived, run a popular cat-rescue group. Comments (9)
Three Brooklyn subway stations are still without wifi internet — despite Gov. Cuomo’s announcement that riders would be able to connect anywhere in the system starting on Jan. 9. Comments (1)
Party Line

Brooklyn congressmembers call prez-elect Trump ‘illegitimate’

Reps Yvette Clarke and Jerry Nadler say the Donald is no real president, and the borough’s token Republican rep says they’re within their rights. Comments (9)
Standing O

Hoo’s the boss!

Faithful customers of the Owl’s Head wine bar helped raise more than $1,000 for the It Gets Better Project. Comment
They’re feeling cocky! Comment
Greenpoint

Holy folk! Steve Gunn aims to rock Greenpoint church

It’s the gospel of rock! Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017

This is probably not what Dr. King had in mind. Comments (5)
Carroll Gardens

Straphangers F-reak out over rush-hour trains skipping express stops

They say it is causing dangerous overcrowding at skipped stops — and is offering an unwelcome preview of a permanent F express service. Comments (1)
The Flatbush Junction Business Improvement District held an art show in a real-estate office on Jan. 12 to get locals on board with the area’s gentrification. Many residents fear newcomers will make their neighborhood too expensive to live in, but they need to be figuring out ways to capitalize on new money flowing into the area, according to business improvement district leader Kenneth Mbonu. Comment
Let’s go skee-ing! Comment
Not for Nuthin’

Hollywood losers need a new script

I know, I know, I did say I didn’t want to be bothered by election rhetoric any longer, but I just can’t help myself. Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017

Borough-wide ►Video

Bus driver hits Midwood pedestrian

Borough-wide ►Video

Bus driver hits Midwood pedestrian

Grisly video shows the very moment that a school-bus driver hit a woman crossing Avenue M on Jan. 13, police said. Comments (2)
Canarsie ►Video

Squabbling city agencies finally agree to move traffic-blocking street-repair equipment

Can’t we all just grit along? Comment
Bay Ridge

A whole new world! St. Ephtram’s first-ever musical is ‘Aladdin’

Students at St. Ephrem School transported audiences to the fictional village of Agrabah in their version of the Disney musical “Aladdin Jr.” on Jan. 13–15 — the school’s first full-scale theatrical production. The pint-sized performers dazzled audiences with 21 musical numbers in a colorful production that took the entire community to produce, said one parent. Comment
Activist Opal Tometi was the keynote speaker at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s annual event. Comments (2)
Borough-wide

St. Francis frosh doing hometown proud

Borough-wide

St. Francis frosh doing hometown proud

He’s always known what he was capable of — now he’s just proving it. Comment
Long Island University took down borough rival St. Francis 63–58 on Jan. 14, bolstered by the strong play of its experienced roster down the stretch. Comment
It felt like a wake-up call — a very loud one. Comment
It wasn’t the offensive explosion either team was hoping for. Comment
Big players make big plays. Comment
Fontbonne Hall found a way to grab another win, staying perfect on the season, with a 43–34 victory over Monsignor McClancy on Jan. 12. Comment

Monday, Jan. 16, 2017

Plans, trains, and automobiles

They want to take this proposal down. Comments (5)
But transit honchos say they aren’t needed. Comments (8)
The Department of Justice just joined a lawsuit accusing the Brooklyn Board of Elections of violating federal law. Comments (3)
Brighton Beach

Get a job! (at this Brighton Beach job fair)

Brighton Beach

Get a job! (at this Brighton Beach job fair)

City work and trade-union membership are on the table. Comments (1)
Coney Island ►Video

Armed robbers push their way into Coney man’s home

The attack comes after reports that a trio jumped four separate seniors outside their homes on the street during December, although police say there is currently no connection between those crimes and this one. Comment

Friday, Jan. 13, 2017

They hope you’ll never go beyond Brooklyn again. Comment
Many still haven’t recieved the applications they asked for back in October — and the deadline to apply was more than a week ago. Read more…

Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017

Bay Ridge

R train victim was a suicide, cops say

Bay Ridge

R train victim was a suicide, cops say

He died Wednesday night, and officials are saying he jumped in front of the train to end his life. Comments (7)
Georgetown

Fairway opens in Georgetown

Georgetown

Fairway opens in Georgetown

It’s “like no other market” — except the one in Red Hook Comments (4)
Gov. Cuomo’s “safety improvements” to Ocean Parkway are causing more harm than good, residents and pols say. Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016

Letters

Writer extends olive branch

Editor’s note: Anyone paying attention to this page will know that readers Elaine Kirsch and Allan Rosen have been waging a war of words over Ocean Parkway traffic changes and transit in general. But after weeks of heated debate, the two appear to be coming to a truce. Rosen extends an olive branch in this week’s missive. Comments (2)
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