Monday, June 4, 2018

This Canarsie house is truly angelic. Comment

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Guyana’s favorite food is in stock. Comment

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Talk about underground music! Comment

Sunday, May 27, 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…

Time to take real aim at gun control

Mr. President, we need action, not tweets, vigils, prayers and flags at half-mast; we need non-political action from The White House. Pay attention to what is going on the ground and put together a plan based on the current reality, and the current reality is that schoolkids are getting killed. If total gun control advocates and a-gun-on-every-hip advocates get bruised, so be it … they will still be alive … and so will our kids. Comment

Friday, May 25, 2018

It’s a youth movement! Comments (1)

Surreal song: Experimental musical screens at Brooklyn Film Festival

This is a silver screen extravaganza. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

A Memorial Day Weekend to remember!

Take in the tunes of decades past during your long weekend in the Ridge! Comment
A 2007 graduate of Williamsburg’s Harry Van Arsdale High School is serving aboard one of the United States Navy’s newest ships. Comment

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Sheepshead Bay

Thousands turn out for 27th-annual BayFest

Sheepshead Bay

Thousands turn out for 27th-annual BayFest

Locals sang, kids played, and everybody enjoyed a day by the water at the Bay Improvement Group’s 27th-annual BayFest on May 20. The group’s president said the festival’s success was testament to Sheepshead Bay’s unique character. Comment
This summer’s “Movies With a View” series in Brooklyn Bridge Park will be a feast of female filmmakers! The eight-week series of outdoor films will launch on July 12 with the New York City comedy “Desperately Seeking Susan,” directed by Susan Seidelman, and will continue with seven more movies directed by women. Comment

Gravesend high school to get new kitchen for culinary arts program’s aspiring chefs

Call it a recipe for success! Comments (3)
Three cheers to the outstanding team of stroke specialists at the Comprehensive Stroke Center at Maimonides Medical Center. Assembly Member Steven Cymbrowitz (D-Sheepshead Bay) visited the team of doctors and clinicians, and presented the dedicated docs with a proclamation. Comment
Party Line

Junk mail on the taxpayer’s dime

A Sunset Park state pol is sending out an excessive number of taxpayer-funded mailers, including birthday and Valentine’s Day cards to constituents, who complain the unsolicited snail mail is a waste of public money that should instead go towards actually helping the district. Comment
The Right View

It is time to reform our community boards

Our columnist thinks Craig Hammerman’s arrest has shined a spotlight on New York’s “Little City Halls.” Comments (3)

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

He wants you to chow down and chat up. Comments (1)
Mill Basin

Getaway driver of ‘opioid bandits’ sentenced

He couldn’t get away from this. Comment
She’s the pin-up queen from Coney! Comment
Marine Park

Locals scold city for letting building-code fines go unpaid

The city’s failure to collect fines on thousands of properties with unpaid building violations in Marine Park, Madison, Sheepshead Bay, and surrounding neighborhoods makes a mockery of zoning laws, leading some locals to call for some Wild West justice at a civic meeting on May 17. Comments (1)
Bay Ridge

Police searching for suspect who stole woman’s purse in Bay Ridge subway station

The NYPD is asking for help finding a man who stole a woman’s purse — with credit cards and $300 inside — from the 77th Street subway station in Bay Ridge on May 13. Comment
Dyker Heights

Police searching for man who pushed elderly man to ground in Dyker Heights dispute

The NYPD is asking for help finding the man who pushed an elderly man to the ground, causing minor injuries, after a verbal dispute inside a 65th Street gas station in Dyker Heights on May 14. Comment

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

A new plan to turn Third Avenue’s commercial strip of into a Business Improvement District will impose unnecessary and unsustainable fees on already struggling businesses, some merchants argued this week. Comments (8)
A strain of canine influenza that’s infected more than a dozen Kings County canines in recent weeks will only get worse before it gets better, according to a city vet. Comment
Marine Park

Fire on E. 48th Street last week

Marine Park

Fire on E. 48th Street last week

Firefighters knocked down a blaze that filled a Marine Park home full of dark, black smoke on May 17. Comment

Monday, May 21, 2018


Temporary home: Sunset Park’s interim library opens doors to patrons

This library is turning over a new page. Comment
Jews and Muslims broke Halal and Kosher bread together at an interfaith dinner for iftar — the nightly meal during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan — on Thursday. One Midwood attendee of the event said such displays of coexistence are extra important now considering tensions between the two groups in the Middle East. Comments (2)
They walked all over this course! Comment

Police search for man who tried to grab two boys two days apart in S’Park

The NYPD is asking for help finding a man accused of attempting to abduct two different 10-year-old boys in Sunset Park on May 7 and May 9. Comments (1)

Friday, May 18, 2018

Party Line

Public Advocate Tish James launches campaign for state attorney general

The city’s head advocate officially wants to be the state’s top attorney. Comment

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