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Thursday, June 28, 2018

Peanuts, Cracker Jack — and swag! Comment

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Coney Island

Wiener’s circle: Chestnut challenger hopes to prevail at Nathan’s Famous food fight

He’ll have his hot dogs and cake, and eat them too! Comment

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

This historian is really up on a creek. Comment

Monday, June 25, 2018

Brew news

He’s keeping Coney Island hopping! Comments (1)
Braven Brewing, Grimm Ales, and Stillwater will open in the next few months. Comment

Sunday, June 24, 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…
Borough-wide

Just seeking a pizza the American Dream

Dear Mr. Lobenstein, In your letter in the June 15–21 edition of the Bay News about the delivery man who was arrested and turned over to immigration authorities while trying to deliver a pizza to the Ft. Hamilton Army Base, you ask “Do you see anything wrong here?” I see a lot wrong here. Comments (3)

Friday, June 22, 2018

The garage of the giant Avenue T house in Marine Park appears to be higher than is allowed, according to both neighbors and the Department of Buildings, and the developer doesn’t have an explanation. Comments (1)
Borough-wide

Sunset Park student earns prestigious national scholarship

Call her an activist academic. Comment
These clothes are fresh off the Shaq! Comment
DUMBO

Mustard mobile: ‘Hot Dog Bus’ offers free franks

Hot diggety! You can chow down on a free hot dog served fresh from an overstuffed, vaguely bun-shaped bus that will be parked in Brooklyn Bridge Park every weekend until Aug. 26. Comment
It is more than a show! Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Flash back to the past in Bay Ridge

Turn back the clock with music from decades past this weekend in the Ridge! Comment
The serviceman transferred his role to his successor during a June 8 ceremony, which also marked his retirement. Comments (1)
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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Bensonhurst

Curb enthusiasm: Pol hopes bill will fix illegal driveways

Local pols are pushing for a bill they say will reclaim on-street parking spaces from greedy property owners who illegally cut curbs in front of their homes to create unauthorized driveways. Comments (6)
It’s like déjà vu all over again! Comment
Call it the soundtrack to summer. Comment
It’s a dream of the past and present. Comment
Downtown

Eats up! Food fair moves to City Point

Downtown

Eats up! Food fair moves to City Point

This food fest is fresher than ever! Comment
Party Line

GOPer goes ‘Game of Thrones’ on corrupt pols

A Republican candidate running to fill the vacant Bay Ridge-to-Coney Island Assembly seat is taking a page out of the script of the popular show “Game of Thrones” by proposing disgraced pols be forced to parade through their communities in order to shame them. Comment
Standing O

Bay Ridge pharmacy keeps March of Dimes marching on

Kudos and thanks to the owners and staff of Bridge Pharmacy. The giving guys and gals presented a $500 check to, “Team Natalie Grace,” a March of Dimes Family Team in support of the organization’s annual March for Babies fundraiser. Comment
The Right View

At the Fort Hamilton Army Base, the law is the law

Staff at the base did the right thing by detaining Pablo Villavicencio, says our columnist. Comments (6)

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Coney Island

Making a Splash: Mermaid Parade brings out the joy of Coney Island

It was a sight to sea! Comment
He’s a bone fide local hero! Comment
Flatlands

PS 203 celebrates its first Eid al-Fitr

It was a fine finish for the fast. Comment
Bushwick

March madness: Hungry March Band launches its new album

Bring your appetite! Comment
Students from classrooms across the borough piloted self-made sailboats into the East River from Brooklyn Bridge Park last week, culminating the end of an eight-month ship-building course that taught the youngsters the value of a hard day’s work, according to its director. Comment
Meadows of Shame

Tortured water: Noxious blue-green algae returns to Prospect Park Lake for fifth year in a row

Toxic blue-green algae is blooming on Prospect Park Lake for the fifth-consecutive summer, according to state environmental sleuths, and stewards of Brooklyn’s Backyard are banning pooches from its water because the goop can be fatal to dogs and harmful to their humans. Comment

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Sheepshead Bay

Bathhouse doubles as sports bar

It’s a soccer spa! Comment
Marine Park

Opera returns to Marine Park

Marine Park

Opera returns to Marine Park

These singers hit a high note! Comment
Borough-wide

Caught on stream: Man gets five-plus years in prison for brutal assault broadcast on Facebook

A Prospect-Lefferts Gardens man will spend five-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to savagely beating a homeless man inside a Lincoln Road apartment complex — and broadcasting the assault live on Facebook — a judge ruled on Friday. Comments (1)
Park Slope

No road out: Driver charged with manslaughter for fatal Slope crash stuck in Rikers

The motorist who crashed into five people crossing a Park Slope street in March, killing two kids and an unborn baby, cannot make bail and will wait out her trial in New York City’s notoriously hellish Rikers Island — where one deranged inmate already assaulted her, according to her lawyer. Comment

Monday, June 18, 2018

Canarsie

Woman killed in Canarsie collision

Canarsie

Woman killed in Canarsie collision

A woman was killed and her son critically injured in a traffic accident on Seaview Avenue in Canarsie on June 12. Comment
Three people stole five figures from a man in a bank parking lot on Flatbush Avenue on June 11. Comment
Midwood

Kids show off scientific achievements at District 22 expo

These kids are scientifically gifted! Comment
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