Tuesday, March 20, 2018

These comedians are feeling cocky! Comment

Monday, March 19, 2018

Buffalo fans, won’t you come out tonight? Comment

Sunday, March 18, 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! Comment

Pol: Protect schools with high tech tools

The article “Not cool for school: Ridgites reject Golden’s plan to put body scanners in schools” is factually incorrect. In a rush to go to print, the reporter failed to gather accurate information for this prejudicial story. The technology described in the article is not what I am advocating to use in our schools. The next generation scanning technology I am proposing is leaps and bounds ahead of outmoded metal detectors, which are slow, bulky, intrusive and inconvenient. Your article is correct, however, in the fact that the technology detai Comment

Friday, March 16, 2018


Raise the hoof: Stables’ new owner seeks city’s okay to turn old barn into swanky human-horse housing

The Red Hook industrialist who recently bought Kensington Stables unveiled plans to turn the beleaguered barn into a “state of the art” horse-riding facility for Prospect Park–goers — but first wants the city to sign off on an application to upzone the property so he can build revenue-earning housing above the pony palace. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Celebrate St. Paddy’s in the Ridge!

It’s a lucky weekend to be in Bay Ridge! Comment

Thursday, March 15, 2018

They’ll have nun of that! Comment
What the Puck? Comment
They want her out! Comments (1)
Party Line

Musical chairs with Harris seat

The drama continues. Comments (3)
The Right View

Oakland’s sanctuary city mayor should be arrested

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf should be locked up for warning criminals that the feds were coming for them, our columnist says. Comments (1)

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Thousands of students rallied for stricter gun laws during school walkouts across the borough on Wednesday — one month to the day that a gunman killed 17 people when he opened fire inside a Florida high school. Comment
Call it a melting-pot party! Comment
Coney Island

Checkin’ in with the 60th Pct C.O.

Deputy Inspector Joseph Hayward has been the commanding officer of the 60th Precinct for three weeks, but he already has big plans to keep reducing crime in the busy, seaside area. We sat down with Hayward, who previously headed the 68th Precinct and also worked as the executive officer at the 60th in 2015, to talk about continuing his predecessor Inspector William Taylor’s success in the precinct, a new push to counsel low-level drug offenders instead of locking them up, and why he loves being a cop. Comment
He is giving their art new life. Comment

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Park Slope

Anger spurs action: City’s transit chief promises speedy safety improvements to Ninth Street in wake of fatal collision

A new plan to install protected bike lanes and other to-be-named “pedestrian-safety improvements” along Ninth Street will make it safer for locals to traverse the road where a woman killed two small kids and injured three adults last Monday, according to the city’s transit chief. Comment
He went from the Bay to big house. Comments (1)
It’s the ultimate bar band! Comment
Marine Park

Memory lane: New book tells story of Marine Park and other nabes before and after World War II

A recent book tells Brooklyn’s fascinating history through the eyes of an unknown but remarkable man. Comment

Monday, March 12, 2018

The Big Easy came to Bay Ridge! Comment

Seven days later

Kings County’s top prosecutor must probe the medical history of the woman who last Monday killed two children after she ran a red light and collided with them in Park Slope before he can charge her, he said. Comment
Park Slope

Small miracle: Pregnant Slope-crash survivor’s unborn baby will live, family says

A Tony Award–winning actress’s unborn child will survive after a driver ran over the pregnant woman last Monday in a harrowing Park Slope collision that claimed the life of her 4-year-old daughter and another 1-year-old boy. Comment

Thursday, March 8, 2018


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