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Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018

Brooklyn Heights

Body politic: Dancers highlight bias attacks in city

The dance is a red alert. Comment

Monday, Sept. 10, 2018

Cinema by the Sea

Coney Island

Freaks on film: Movie fest celebrates Coney Island attitude

Film fanatics come out to plaaaay! Comment
Coney Island

Best of the fest

What to watch at the Coney Island Film Festival. Comment
More than 1,000 do-gooders are expected to flock to MCU Park on Sept. 16 to participate in the American Heart Association’s fourth-annual Brooklyn Heart Walk, which kicks off at 10 am at the Coney Island home of the beloved Brooklyn Cyclones. Read more…

Sunday, Sept. 9, 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…
Rhymes with Crazy

Remember playing ringolevio? Of course you do!

That’s because your greatest memories of childhood are about playing. But will your child feel the same 20 years from now? Comments (1)
Borough-wide

A streetcar that’s anything but desired

No truer words have been spoken. Comments (1)

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018

Books

Weekend Reads: Booksellers give us their recommendations

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Sept. 8. Comment

Friday, Sept. 7, 2018

These kids are a cut above! Comment
They’re straight outta country! Comment
Coney Island

Clean construction: Builder wants its 20-story Coney tower to be area’s greenest

A Sheepshead Bay-based builder is fast at work erecting a 20-story, mixed-use high-rise that its creators said could be Coney Island’s most environmentally friendly building when complete. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Music rocks the Ridge all weekend!

Get fired up this weekend in the Ridge! Comment
Park Slope

Synagogue worker faces four years in prison for raping woman in Slope temple

A janitor for a Park Slope synagogue faces up to four years in prison for allegedly raping a female acquaintance during a booze-fueled night at the house of worship last month, according to a law-enforcement source. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018

Borough President Adams was true to his word, and paid a visit to a Sheepshead Bay resident who called in to his weekly televised question time in despair over the wretched conditions of her apartment. Comments (1)
Borough-wide

Brooklyn goes back to school

Borough-wide

Brooklyn goes back to school

It was a race to beat the bell! Comments (1)
Speeding drivers are back to being caught on camera. Comment
Art

Fallen sons: Black mothers recreate Pieta in photo series

They are photos of fear. Comment
Party Line

Club’s endorsement called ‘trickery’

A new under-the-radar political club, named after the wildly popular Michelle Obama, threw its support behind a controversial Crown Heights state pol last month — but the former First Lady is making it clear she does not support the incumbent. Comment
Standing O

Learning about hernias

Hernia! Most people suffer in silence and refrain from calling attention to the unsightly bulge in their lower abdomen. But this is not a wise decision. It could be very dangerous and needs to be discussed ASAP. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018

The two Democrats looking to unseat Bay Ridge’s Republican state senator went toe-to-toe last week trying to prove who is more battle-tested to take on the political behemoth that is Marty Golden. Comments (8)
It was a wheelie fun day out. Comment
Crown Heights

Cultural cornucopia: Costumes and cuisine delight spectators at annual Caribbean parade

Millions of revelers queued up along Eastern Parkway on Monday for the 51st-annual West Indian Day Parade, which offered spectators a feast for the eyes — and stomachs, according to a vendor who peddled homemade cuisine along the route. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018

The force was with them. Comment
Flatbush

Flatbush kids get ready to go back to school at annual Harvest Fest

These Flatbush kids are ready for the classroom. Comment
Call it water under the bridge. Comment
Mill Basin

Free flu shots in September and October

It’s time to get your shots. Comments (2)

Monday, Sept. 3, 2018

Borough-wide

Happy Labor Day!

Borough-wide

Happy Labor Day!

The Brooklyn Daily wishes all Kings Countians a joyous holiday, whether they are spending it on the sidelines of today’s West Indian Day Parade like the fine folks pictured here, ringing it in around a barbecue, or doing anything else one does to honor the American worker. We too are off celebrating, but will return tomorrow with more news from around this great borough.

Friday, Aug. 31, 2018

Paws for a moment of silence for one of New York’s Furriest. Comment
Mill Basin

Mill Basin man charged with scamming friends and family out of $440,000

A Mill Basin man has been charged with stealing more than $440,000 from at least 22 people after promising to invest their money in securities, according to District Attorney Eric Gonzalez. Comment
Flatbush

Man sentenced for fatally stabbing girlfriend at Flatbush apartment

A man was sentenced to 22 years in prison in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Aug. 30, after he pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing his girlfriend in their Flatbush apartment. Comment
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