Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017

Park Slope

Cold call: Podcaster talks to his haters at live show

He’s calling all haters! Comment

Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017

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No matter the race, don’t deface

Elections can bring people to do really dumb things. When I was walking to a debate for a Council race in Borough Park, I saw Yoni Hikind posters spray-painted. One part of the posters not spray painted on was the rabbi sitting next to Hikind. Later, returning from the debate I saw Kalman Yeger posters either drained by the rain that day or also put down by someone. (Not sure which it was.) Comments (4)

Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017


What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comments (1)

Friday, Nov. 10, 2017

Bay Ridge Nights

It’s time to rock and shop in the Ridge

Have a cool time as it starts getting chilly. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017

Marine Park

CB18 looking to upzone Marine Park

Marine Park

CB18 looking to upzone Marine Park

Marine Parkers are torn over a proposal to rezone the neighborhood to pave the way for taller residential buildings in a surrender to zone-busting developers who are already building bigger than allowed. Comments (37)
Brighton Beach

Man wanted for questioning in Sept. 18 Brighton Beach burglary

Police are asking the public to help them identify a man wanted for questioning regarding a burglary that occurred on Brighton Beach Avenue on Sept. 18. Comment
Brighton Beach

Man wanted for allagedly stealing iPhone from 9-year-old boy

Police hunting for a man they beleive stole an iPhone from a 9-year-old boy after threatening to kill him in the elevator of his apartment building in Brighton Beach on Oct. 25. Comments (1)
Scary costumes, carnival games, prizes, music, refreshments, pumpkin decorating and lots of trucks and very few treats ruled the day for the more than 500 attendees at the third annual NIA Community Services Halloween Spooktacular. Comment
Party Line

Capano takes one last swipe at party leaders

Third-place Bay Ridge Council candidate Bob Capano signed off from the long and tumultuous campaign season by congratulating the neighborhood’s new representative Justin Brannan in a statement on Nov. 8 — but not before taking one last jab at his Republican primary competitor John Quaglione and the Brooklyn Conservative Party. Comment
Fort Greene

Pepys’ show: New dance adapts the 17th-century diary

They’re taking a page from his book. Comment
Spin Cycle

Best of times, worst of times for the media

It is a grand understatement to say media in American is undergoing a seismic shift these past few years. We all know print is suffering and could be threatened with extinction in the not-too-distant future (although I am still a firm believer that print will exist in some media outlets for many more decades). Radio has become a dinosaur. Even cable television is getting socked by all the cord-cutters who would rather stream than stick to prime-time viewing. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017

Party Line

General Election round-up

The votes are in, and here’s our recap of Tuesday’s general election results in Brooklyn. Comment
She gave them shelter from the storm — or at least its aftermath. Comment
The mood around the Dyker Lights holiday display is a bit darker this season. Comments (2)
Fort Hamilton

Ft. Ham celebrates annual Retiree Appreciation Day

Fort Hamilton

Ft. Ham celebrates annual Retiree Appreciation Day

It was a day to say thanks to those who deserve it most. Comment

Man loses $1,000 in cash; dropped it buying cigarettes

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

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017

This just in … Justin Brannan is the new Bay Ridge councilman. Comments (2)
A handful of workers and volunteers for candidate Brian Cunningham’s campaign to oust Councilman Mathieu Eugene have accused the incumbent of illegally electioneering at multiple polling sites on election day. Comment
Bay Ridge

Ridgites eat up at Scandinavian Autumn Festival

It was a taste of Nordic traditions! Comment


Park Slope

New app connects Slope small-business owners directly with customers

These shopkeepers can now apply a personal touch — from a distance! Comment

Monday, Nov. 6, 2017

Bay Ridge

Beltin’ out the tunes at Senior Idol

Bay Ridge

Beltin’ out the tunes at Senior Idol

These elders sang some oldies for the 11th-annual Senior Idol competition. Comment

Bensonhurst man scrawls hate message after terror attack

A Bensonhurst man who allegedly wrote a hateful message on the wall of his Bensonhurst apartment building targeting people from same country as the terrorist who carried out the terror attack in Lower Manhattan last week has been charged with a hate crime, police said. Comments (1)
They just don’t see the health benefit. Comment
From hot sheets to hot plates! Comments (1)
Sheepshead Bay

Local spots body floating in Sheepshead Bay

Police pulled a man’s lifeless body from the waters off Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay on Nov. 1. Comments (1)

Friday, Nov. 3, 2017

Bay Ridge

Ridge kids cut class to paint windows in annual fall event

This was more than just window dressing. Comment
They got everything including the kitchen sink! Comment

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