Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017


Dance sweet: Show combines chocolate and movement

Call it the dance of the sugar fairies! Comment

Monday, Oct. 2, 2017


Pipe dreams: Antique organ plays final notes before renovation

This show is all organ-ic! Comment

Sunday, Oct. 1, 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! Comment

Play on the field, protest off it!

I, along with millions of other Americans, stand with the President’s harsh comments about unpatriotic sports players. These “spoiled millionaires” want to make a statement about our country? Good. Make it behind the stadium where the media hounds can follow and exalt them. Let the stadiums be a venue where sports and only sports are played. Comments (2)

Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017


What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Sept. 29, 2017

Bay Ridge Nights

The Ridge gets a mix of music!

It’s going to be a loud weekend in Bay Ridge! Comment
Brighton Beach

Biking on the Boardwalk starts Oct. 1!

Cyclists can soon enjoy going for a mid-afternoon ride along the Riegelmann Boardwalk, starting on Oct. 1. Comments (1)

Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017

Sheepshead Bay

Police hunting for sleazebag on B train

Cops are searching for the perv in a gray “Instagram” shirt who snapped photos of a woman’s body under her skirt while on a Coney Island-bound B train on Aug. 31. Comments (1)

Sunset Parkers rail against bike lane plans

It’s going to be another bumpy bike ride. Comments (3)
Sheepshead Bay

Driver rams into boy riding scooter in Sheepshead Bay

A driver struck an 11-year-old boy riding his scooter on E. 27th Street, sending him to the hospital with head trauma and a broken thumb on Sept. 25, police said. Comment

From shul to school: CB18 greenlights plans for new sanctuary and classrooms at old synagogue

A church seeking a place for its growing flock wants to make space for locals’ little lambs. Comment

Time lines: Cartoonist draws neighborhoods through the ages

Julia Wertz will launch her new book “Tenements, Towers, and Trash: An Unconventional Illustrated History of New York City” with two events next week. Comment
Standing O

Allstate agent extends ‘helping hands’ to the Midwood community

Through the work she does through her Allstate insurance agency, Beverly Joseph has built a solid reputation for community service. Comment
Spin Cycle

Allon: The Patriots aren’t just an NFL team — they’re its kneeling players

This week, our columnist says players have a right to speak their minds — and they should. Comments (4)
Party Line

Dissident Dems slam Seddio for honoring turncoat

Several politicos are calling out Brooklyn Democratic Party honchos and boss Frank Seddio for turning a blind eye to so-called true-blue traitors, and even giving them a pat on the back with do-nothing leadership roles. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017

Park Slope

Free to roam: P’Park weed-eating goats leave meadow, face uncertain future

Talk about being put out to pasture! Comment

Affordable senior housing to replace 109-year-old church

Sunset Park is swapping a house of worship for affordable housing, but some locals aren’t happy about losing the more than century-old church. Comments (4)
Prospect Heights

Spice world: Pepper festival celebrates 25 years of chill

It’s going to be hot, hot, hot! Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017

Park Slope

Double play: Prospect Park honchos unveil pair of renovated ball fields

America’s Pastime got two new homes in Brooklyn’s Backyard. Comment
Coney Island

Coney Island street signs honoring nabe legends disappear

A sticky-fingered history buff may be stalking Coney Island. Comment
Sheepshead Bay

Mayor promises to raise courts by spring

Maybe the second time’s the charm? Comments (1)

Your guide to Oktoberfest in Brooklyn

Say yes to the fest! Comment

Monday, Sept. 25, 2017


‘Coney Cares’ initiative raises more than $27K for Harvey victims

They’re charity champs! Comment

Canarsie school to get new soccer ‘field’

This pitch is a bit of a curveball. Comment

Sharp shooters: NYU students win $1-million prize for designing smarter firearm

Welcome to a safer gun show. Comment

Friday, Sept. 22, 2017

Sheepshead Bay

Sheepshead Bay’s swans are safe!

There will be no swan song in Sheepshead Bay! Comments (2)
Marine Park

Sidewalk closed on Marine Parkway–Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has closed the sidewalk along the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge for repairs — but the construction company performing the work is offering shuttle buses across the span to carry pedestrians across Queens-Brooklyn connector over the Rockaway Inlet. Comments (1)

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