Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018


Writing wrongs: Bookseller focuses on forgotten female authors

She’s seeking equal pay for equal words. Comment

Monday, Aug. 27, 2018


Rock the block: Bell House celebrates 10 years with block party

The Bell will be ringing! Comments (1)

Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018

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Rhymes with Crazy

Are we hard-wired to believe in a higher power?

This week, our columnists gets to the bottom of why humans believe in god. Comment

Support for free press leaves some distressed

On your proclamation of freedom of the press... Comment

Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018


Weekend Reads: Booksellers give us their recommendations

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Aug. 25. Comment

Friday, Aug. 24, 2018

Bay Ridge Nights

Bay Ridge has a flair for the dramatic

Bay Ridge is acting out! Comment

Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018

A private builder is now the official owner of Dyker Heights’s sprawling Angel Guardian home after he and the Sisters of Mercy closed the $37.5-million deal on the property on Aug. 15, he said. Comment
Coney Island

Pedestrian killed by driver on Surf Avenue

A pedestrian was fatally struck by a driver in Coney Island in the early hours of Wednesday Aug. 22. Comment
Party Line

Mayor backs Dilan in ‘personal’ decision

The long-time Bushwick state pol facing a stiff primary challenge from the 27-year-old, self-proclaimed democratic socialist looking to unseat him picked up a powerful endorsement this week when Mayor DeBlasio threw his support behind his campaign. Comment
Standing O

Welcome to the new President

Let’s put our hands together and greet Robert Guimento, the new president of NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. Comment
A strange new stop-motion video exhibit of walking figures in Bay Ridge was inspired by a tragic incident from the artist’s family history. Comment
More than 100 cyclists jumped on two-wheelers in East New York on Saturday for a 20-mile trek to Jamaica Bay and back that showcased the thrill of traveling the borough by bicycle to participants and passersby alike, according to a local rider. Comment

Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018

We’ll finally get our piece of the pie! Comment
Bay Ridge

Standard Burger flips to Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge

Standard Burger flips to Bay Ridge

Call it the gold standard of burgers. Comment
Crown Heights

Heightened security will return at next month’s J’Ouvert parade

The city this Labor Day will reprise the strict safety measures it implemented at last year’s early-morning J’Ouvert parade after the tight security prevented fatalities at the event where multiple people were killed in previous years. Comment

Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018


One last dose of summer fun: Ridgites flock to Face of Fifth Avenue Summer Shindig

A few clouds didn’t stop these Ridgites from soaking up one of the last street fairs of the season. Comment
Around 100 Brooklynites headed to Coney Island beach for the neighborhood’s 28th-annual sand sculpting contest on Aug. 18. Comment
Some of the longest permanent residents of Brooklyn’s biggest graveyard may have never found eternal rest in Kings County had the country’s current president been in office in their lifetimes, according to the crypt-keeper who helped local teens research the genealogies of Green-Wood Cemetery’s occupants as part of a summer internship program there. Comment
Got milk punch? Comment

Monday, Aug. 20, 2018

Two years in the making, a new pedestrian plaza in Flatbush is giving locals a place to take a moment. Comment

Blaze destroys Midwood apartment


Blaze destroys Midwood apartment

A fire ravaged an apartment in Midwood and left three people injured on Aug. 16. Comment
The good news is the lost chicken was found. The bad news is that it was found by an animal rights activist… Comment
Mill Basin

City to reroute Belt Parkway bike path

The Belt Parkway bike and foot path is back on track. Comment
Park Slope

Hard bargain: Slope-crash victims’ families would refuse plea deal with driver, lawyer claims

It’s too soon to seek a plea deal for the driver facing up to 15 years in prison for hitting and killing two kids on a Park Slope street, because the deceased youngsters’ parents would never accept a reasonable bargain just months after losing their children, defendant Dorothy Bruns’s attorney told a judge on Wednesday. Comments (2)

Friday, Aug. 17, 2018


Police hunt for man who molested 13-year-old boy in Sunset Park church

Police are searching for a man who molested a 13-year-old boy in a Fifth Avenue church in Sunset Park on Aug. 10. Comment

Lights, camera, action! City bringing TV and film production to S’Park

The city is seeking proposals to develop nearly three-and-a-half football fields worth of waterfront property into a film and television production facility at Bush Terminal in Sunset Park. Comment

Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018


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