Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017

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The federal government should finance its own med schools

I agree with Elliott Abosh that there is a desperate shortage of doctors and other medical personnel in Veterans Administration hospitals and clinics as well as in most public and private civilian hospitals and outpatient clinics. Comment

Friday, Oct. 27, 2017

And you thought your basement was gross! Comment
Clinton Hill

Lady killer: ‘Macbeth’ actors swap roles in Shakespearean power couple

She dares do all that may become a man. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

A fright-free Halloweekend in the Bay Ridge

We are keeping the frights to a minimum this weekend in the Ridge. Comment

Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017

This Bay Ridge baby has a future — and a past — in ballet! Comment
Bay Ridge

Council candidates talk big-picture issues

Bay Ridge

Council candidates talk big-picture issues

The three candidates running to fill the open 43rd District Council seat took on big-picture, national questions touching on immigration, discrimination, and police reform at a debate on Oct. 24, with the Democratic nominee striving to draw a stark contrast between himself and his more conservative opponents and the Republican trying to project a moderate image. Comment
Greenwood Heights

Dead meet: Green-Wood gathering discusses death

Rest in peace, death. Comment
The Beatles beat the Yankees! Comment
It was an autumnal oldie but a goodie! Comment
Standing O

Seth Low playground has been reborn!

Standing O

Seth Low playground has been reborn!

Thanks to $1.9 million in funding from the Borough President and a local Councilman, Seth Low playground has undergone a major revitalization, with new athletic fields, fitness equipment and green space. Comment
Spin Cycle

These aren’t your father’s Yankees

Tom Allon is a Met fan, but that doesn’t mean he can’t love these Baby Bombers. Comment
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Film spoofs state Senate’s rogue Dems

It’s Lulu Land up in Albany! Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

Marine Park

Marine Parkers enjoy scary-good fall fest

Marine Park

Marine Parkers enjoy scary-good fall fest

Ghouls, ghosts, and monsters descended on Lenape Playground for the Marine Park Halloween Fall Festival on Oct. 21, sponsored by state Sen. Marty Golden (R–Marine Park). But walking among the dead was also a lively 1960s hippy who danced her heart out all day, said the mom of 10-year-old Sara Arshavsky. Comment

Dick Dadey arrested

Brooklyn Heights

Citizens Union head arrested on drug charges

Brooklyn Heights

Citizens Union head arrested on drug charges

Brooklyn Heights resident Dick Dadey turned himself in to police on Tuesday. Comment
Party Line

Conspiracy! Some say Dadey arrest a political hit job

Conspiracy theorists lined up on Tuesday to question if Citizens Union chief Dick Dadey, who turned himself into police for a drug possession charge, was targeted by police more for what he says than what he does. Comments (2)
This brewery has an open-pour policy! Comment
Call it an old cause with a new effect. Comment

When driver went behind his truck, thieves struck

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

Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017

Community Board 7 overwhelmingly approved a city proposal to add bike lanes to six streets in Sunset Park and update the intersection at 43rd Street and Third Avenue at its Oct. 19 meeting. Comments (2)
The city must crack down on an alleged zone-busting developer who has confused neighbors guessing he is constructing a giant commercial building on Avenue T that has no place in a quiet, residential neighborhood. Comments (6)
They can’t wait to go! Comments (2)
Brighton Beach

Suspect arrested in deadly weekend stabbing

Police arrested a Sheepshead Bay man on Monday for fatally stabbing 18-year-old Giovanni Olivares in the torso and slashing another 21-year-old victim in the face on Brighton Beach Avenue on Oct. 21. Comments (2)
This ban is a walk in the park! Comment

Monday, Oct. 23, 2017

Marine Park

City: No stop sign for Stuart Street

They stopped the sign. Comment
Head honchos at a Flatbush Avenue car dealership notorious for taking up parking spots on the busy strip with its own cars for sale finally hauled them all away, shortly after this newspaper wrote about locals’ complaints — elating flabbergasted neighbors who thought they would never see the day. Comments (1)
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Friday, Oct. 20, 2017


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