Monday, Sept. 24, 2018

The show is Port-au-Prince charming! Comment

Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018

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Rhymes with Crazy

Your backyard: Where the wild things are

A new movie at the Museum of Natural History shows you what is going on in your own backyard Comment

Golden rule: Let’s keep city schools cool

So nice to hear that Councilman Treyger wants the timetable for air-conditioning our schools pushed up. Comment

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018


Weekend Reads: Booksellers give us their recommendations

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Sept. 22. Comment

Friday, Sept. 21, 2018

It’s the best fest! Comment

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018

Coney Island

High-school teacher arrested on child-porn charges

A public high-school teacher from Coney Island was arrested and charged with five counts of sexual exploitation of a child in federal court on Sept. 19. Comments (1)
Party Line

Race is on: Several Bklyn pols floated to succeed James as Public Advocate

Letitia “Tish” James is likely to become the state’s first black attorney general following her Democratic primary win last week, and a handful of local lawmakers are reportedly ready to step into her citywide watchdog role if she does. Comment
Marine Park

DA: Local cop and his wife stole thousands by impersonating dead relative

A Brooklyn cop and his wife face up to 25 years in prison for using the officer’s mother’s identity to steal upwards of $360,000 from financial companies and the federal government after she died in 2016, according to an indictment District Attorney Eric Gonzalez filed in Supreme Court on Tuesday. Comment
They’re jazzing up the folk festival. Comment
If you see a dozen people wandering through Dumbo looking lost, best not to talk to them. They might follow you home. Comment
Congratulations to state Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-Fort Greene), who has been recognized as the Seventh Annual Atlantic Avenue Ambassador award recipient at the 44th Annual Atlantic AnticTM Festival. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018

A Flatlands man was charged in federal court on Sept. 18 with intentionally setting the fire that ripped through the Kings Plaza parking garage the day before. Comment
Preservationists including legendary folk singer Joan Baez succeeded in saving a pair of Carroll Gardens buildings the musician’s family once lived and worked in when officials named the properties as city landmarks on Tuesday. Comment
It’s black and it’s beautiful. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018

It doesn’t look like an accident. Comment

Show’s over: Downtown TKTS booth quietly closes

Local theater-lovers now have to schlep across the East River to score half-price tickets for Broadway plays after Brooklyn’s lone TKTS window closed earlier this month with no grand finale. Comment

Monday, Sept. 17, 2018

Marine Park

Fire in Kings Plaza parking garage injures 26

More than two dozen people sustained injuries after a massive inferno tore through a parking garage at Kings Plaza Shopping Center this morning. Comment
Bay Ridge

Gounardes nabs Democratic nomination to face off against Golden in November

The battle lines are drawn. Comment
The owner of a Windsor Terrace no-kill animal shelter — along with a few of his fuzzy rescues — took a fashionable turn as models in new advertisements for preppy retail giant J. Crew. Comments (1)
Park Slope


Park Slope


A Park Slope pet owner is furious with workers at a local carpet-cleaning businesses whom she claimed pulverized her beloved kitty’s paw during a recent cleanse, and then refused to pay the animal’s thousand-dollar medical tab, instead offering a mere $130 refund on the shampoo job. Comments (2)

Friday, Sept. 14, 2018

Crown Heights

Gang members get prison time for death of gov’s aide

A judge on Wednesday sentenced three gang members to several years in prison each for the fatal shooting of a former aide to Gov. Cuomo during the early morning J’Ouvert festivities on Labor Day in 2015. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018


Primary Election recap


Primary Election recap

Brooklynite and former Fort Greene Councilwoman Tish James, now the Democratic nominee for New York State Attorney General, was just one of the self-described progressives who won big in Thursday’s primary elections. Read on for our full recap. Comment

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