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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Marine Park

A Lott of folk: Historic house hosts a bluegrass band

This party will raise the farm roof! Comment

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

This is classical rock! Comment

Monday, May 7, 2018

Call them party animals! Comment

Sunday, May 6, 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
Rhymes with Crazy

When was the first time you spanked your child?

Times change, and so have baby books. Comment
Borough-wide

Trees grow in Brooklyn – for how much?

The New York City Council approved and allocated $5 million dollars to renovate the playground and replace the several hundred trees and bushes that had been lost during and after Hurricane Sandy in Asser Levy (Seaside Park) in southern Brooklyn. I don’t know who received the contract for the work, but the park has been closed to the residents of the area since early October last year and no work has been done there ever since. Comments (1)

Friday, May 4, 2018

They’re taking it to the street. Comment
It was a life well lived — and now, well remembered. Comment
Sheepshead Bay

James Madison High School honors famous alumni with ‘Wall of Distinction’

This school is great from wall to wall. Comments (1)
This show is on the house. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge is off to the races!

Get moving and musical in the Ridge this weekend! Comment
It’s the most exciting dos minutes in sports! Comment

Thursday, May 3, 2018

A Midwood woman was killed and her husband seriously injured when they were hit by the driver of a sport utility vehicle at a car wash on Tuesday. Comments (1)
The family of Brandy Odom, the woman who was found dismembered in Canarsie Park last month, held a funeral for her on April 26, but they are still waiting for closure. Comment
Carver Federal Savings Bank hosted a grand re-opening celebration with a ribbon cutting ceremony at its Crown Heights location on April 19. On hand for the event were Carver officials, local dignitaries, elected officiais, bank staff and community leaders. Comment
Stop in for a Rip-roaring show! Comment
Party Line

Beep launching run for mayor

From Borough Hall to City Hall? Comments (1)

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

They don’t want to end up in the same boat as Sheepshead Bay. Comment
Brooklynites gathered at Borough Hall in Downtown on April 24 for Borough President Adams’s annual Arab-American Heritage Celebration as part of his “Embrace Your Hyphen” cultural series. Comment
Meadows of Shame

Hoot and bothered: Wildlife advocates demand end to fishing in P’Park after owl caught in line dies

Bird lovers are calling for an end to fishing in Prospect Park after a great-horned owl ensnared by line in the meadow died hours following its arrival at a wildlife rescue on Friday. Comment
The laughter is infectious! Comment

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

This event put a spotlight where the sun don’t shine. Comment
It’s not your grandpa’s Sheepshead Bay Road. Comments (14)
They collected trash, and then they got trashed! Comment
The owner of a Greenpoint café is pouring a $6 cup of coffee infused with a chemical extracted from a strain of cannabis that she claimed actually increases productivity — because she feeds her baristas the concoction before they get behind the counter each day. Comment

Monday, April 30, 2018

The confidentiality agreement that blocked the mystery buyer of the Angel Guardian Home in Dyker Heights from revealing his intentions for the block-sized complex finally loosened enough for him to speak about his plans for the site, and how the community’s voice helped shape them. Comments (1)
Flatlands

City plans safety improvements for dangerous Ralph Avenue corridor

Locals are hopeful these street-safety improvements will “Yield” results. Comments (4)
Call it a fun-raiser! Comment

Friday, April 27, 2018

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Standing O

Exraordinary heros are New York’s Finest

Standing O

Exraordinary heros are New York’s Finest

Three cheers to Officers Matthew Slavin and Yasser Shohatee of the 68th Police Precinct for saving the day with an extraordinary act of kindness. Comment
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