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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The seniors and their supporters will gather at the Angel Guardian home on March 23 to protest a move by Catholic Charities to move them to a new location weeks before the lease ends in June. Comments (2)

Monday, March 12, 2018

Fort Greene

Over the line: Haitian and Dominican artists team up for new exhibit

Call them artists without borders. Comment
Prospect Heights

Uphill battle: Citi Bike struggles to restock Bklyn docks in elevated nabes, exec says

Citi Bike users in some hilly parts of Brooklyn are pedaling their rented two-wheelers downward, but not back up again, according to a honcho of the program, who said riders frequently fail to redock bikes at stations in Prospect and Crown Heights because they’re located on higher ground. Comment

Sunday, March 11, 2018

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! Read more…
Rhymes with Crazy

Now hear this: Your toys are listening!

Believe it! Today’s dolls double as surveillance devices. Comment
Borough-wide

The feds should ‘go postal’ again

Re: Larry Penner’s letter, “Stamp it Out” in the Feb. 16–22 edition of Bay News. Comment

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Books

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, March 9, 2018

The streamlined design-build process is integral to the city’s repairs to a crumbling portion of the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway, according to Gov. Cuomo, who this week signaled his support for the process that would fast-track the fix — months after local pols and residents began demanding he authorize the procedure. Comment
Prospect Heights

Beach read: Junot Diaz launches his kids’ book ‘Islandborn’

The book is a sail down memory lane. Comment
An employee at PS 312 in Bergen Beach is suing the city and her school’s principal, alleging a litany of discriminatory actions targeting her Orthodox Jewish beliefs. Comments (1)
A Bay Ridge attorney and Civil War buff commands a collection of more than 10,000 miniature military figurines poised in the midst of famous battles — and even showcases about 4,000 of them at his Fifth Avenue law firm. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Rock out this weekend in Bay Ridge!

This Ridge is a-rockin’! Comment

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Coney Islanders turned out on March 23 to celebrate the co-naming of an intersection in front of a church after its beloved late pastor, who was committed to serving the neighborhood’s homeless, sick, and elderly. Comment
These cubs are scouting the competition! Comment
Marine Park

Beer taster at Marine Park Golf Course benefits the disabled

It’s the yeast they could do! Comment
Their songs can be a little cheesy. Comment
Standing O

Yeoman gets her wings, is ready to fly high

Standing O

Yeoman gets her wings, is ready to fly high

U.S. Navy Yeoman First Class Shellyann Atwater, a Brooklyn native, received her Blue Angels Crest after successfully completing several weeks of training at the Naval Air Facility in El Centro, Calif. Comment
Party Line

Council’s women aim to multiply

A newly elected East Flatbush pol has joined a group of activists fighting to get more women elected to the Council. Comment

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

They rocked out for a good cause. Comment
Officials’ approval of a developer’s long-gestating proposal to dig up a courtyard behind a Brooklyn Heights building to install an underground parking garage sandwiched against the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway could send the road’s already crumbling triple cantilever crashing down before its looming repair. Comment
Gowanus

Beauty and the breast: Art exhibit celebrates nursing mothers

This art is all natural! Comment
They gave back to those who give so much. Comment

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

One man was killed and three others were wounded in a wild shooting near Kings Highway on March 3. Comment
Mean Streets

Two drivers hit Bensonhurst senior in back-to-back collisions, killing man

Two motorists successively plowed into a senior crossing a Bensonhurst street steps from his home before dawn on Friday, killing him. Comment

Monday, March 5, 2018

A female motorist allegedly killed two children and sent two women, one pregnant, to the hospital in critical condition after plowing her vehicle into the victims while they crossed Ninth Street at Fifth Avenue in Park Slope on Monday afternoon. Comment
Local pols penned a joint letter to the city Landmarks Preservation Commission on March 1, begging the preservation panel to landmark the Angel Guardian home in Dyker Heights to save it from the demolition at the hands of its mystery buyer. Comment
Coney Island

Coney cop indicted for repeatedly exposing himself to female colleagues while on duty

He wasn’t flashing his badge! Comment
Prospect Heights

Hallo Spaceboy: Brooklyn Museum welcomes a stellar David Bowie exhibit

The Starman has touched down in Brooklyn! Comment
Manhattan Beachers told the city to stick those solar panels where the sun don’t shine! Comments (2)

Friday, March 2, 2018

Coney Island

Epic fail: Council education chair blasts DeBlasio for secretive school chancellor selection process

Call it a lesson learned the hard way. Comment
The owners of Coney Island eatery Gargiulo’s have reportedly bowed to pressure from local pols, officials, and residents and cancelled its controversial April fund-raiser for the National Rifle Association. Comments (1)

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Sheepshead Bay

Death by cheesecake! Sheepshead Bay woman charged with feeding victim poisoned dessert, stealing identity

A Sheepshead Bay woman allegedly fed her look-alike in Queens a poisonous cheesecake in an attempt to kill her and steal her identity. Comment
Call it a foul season. Comment
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