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Monday, Nov. 12, 2018

The circus is coming to town! Comment

Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018

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Borough-wide

Crossfire over beep’s, mayor’s opposing stances on bringing weapons to houses of worship

Our readers weighed in after Borough President Adams and Mayor DeBlasio butted heads over the beep’s call for armed, off-duty cops to bring their weapons with them while attending religious services following a recent spike in horrific anti-Semitic acts. Comment

Friday, Nov. 9, 2018

She’s drawn out her journey. Comment
They’re spreading love the Brooklyn way. Comment
The non-profit recognized honorees for their humanitarianism, generosity, and philanthropic spirit. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018

Downtown

‘This is not Afghanistan’: Beep demands voting-system reforms after problem-riddled Election Day

City and state officials must overhaul the city’s archaic voting system, which on Tuesday failed hundreds of Brooklynites trying to cast ballots in the decisive midterm election, according to Borough President Adams, who on Wednesday unveiled a five-point plan to bring the outdated system into the 21st century. Comment
An Iraqi refugee who fled death threats in his homeland now helps other refugees begin their new lives in Kings County. Comment
Ditmas Park

Victorian adventure: Love stories play out in Ditmas Park home

They’re playing house! Comment
Sheepshead Bay

S’Bay man convicted of kidnapping, beating teen over business dispute

A Sheepshead Bay man faces up to 20 years in prison after a federal judge on Tuesday convicted him for extorting and attacking a 19-year-old business competitor. Comments (1)
A dozen grandmas from the borough and beyond showed off their talents at this year’s Grandmothers Pageant in Brighton Beach. Comment
The Right View

Mayor DeBlasio’s political tragedy

For Hizzoner, politics always takes precedence — even over remembering those killed in a terrorist attack, according to our columnist. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018

Election results

The Golden era has come to an end. Comments (1)
Bay Ridge

Rose ousts Donovan in election-night upset

Everything’s coming up Rose. Comment
Coney Island

Frontus wins Coney Assembly seat vacated by convicted fraud

She’s wiping the slate clean in Coney Island. Comment
Talk about a wine pairing! Comment
Bergen Beach

Green dream: Pol proposes planting a community farm in Bergen Beach

A Bergen Beach pol wants to plant a community farm next to an Avenue T school that educators can use to teach youngsters all about balanced diets and the benefits of growing their own food, he said. Comment
A Flatbush councilman slammed the idea that more guns will decrease violence in the borough in the aftermath of a Halloween shooting that occurred days after the beep suggested off-duty cops carry pistols on them inside houses of worship. Comments (1)
Crime

Crooks jump man on Seventh Avenue

Plus all the other crime from Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace’s 72nd Precinct blotter. Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018

It was a big night for the blue party in Kings County, with New York City’s Democratic Public Advocate Letitia “Tish” James winning her race to become the state’s first black attorney general, and two Dem challengers knocking incumbent Republicans from their House and state Senate seats. Read on for our full general-election recap. Comment
They were three shhhhhhh-eets to the wind! Comment
Local pols and leaders on Nov. 1 broke ground on the first of three parts of a soon-to-be block-sized Surf Avenue building between West 19th and 20th streets that they say will benefit Coney Island by bringing new below-market rate housing, as well as retail and office space, to the community. Comments (1)
Greenpoint

Snap judgment: Editor picks amazing pics of Kings County for book

She’s bringing Brooklyn to the world. Comment
Thousands of spectators took to the streets of Brooklyn to watch more than 52,700 athletes — including this reporter — run the longest leg of the 26.2-mile New York City Marathon on Nov. 4. Comment
They’re young Picassos, baby! Comment
They’re rooms with a “fine” view. Comments (1)

Monday, Nov. 5, 2018

Gravesend

Train wreck: MTA’s million-dollar makeover of Kings Highway hub didn’t fix problems, pol says

A Bensonhurst assemblyman blasted the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for spending more than $40 million to install countdown clocks and make other cosmetic changes to a subway station in his district instead of fixing chronic problems such as leaks and mold. Comments (2)
Marine Park

The giving spree: Civic group launches Thanksgiving food drive

It’s time to give thanks — and to give food! Comment
It’s finally opening night! Comment

Friday, Nov. 2, 2018

Marine Park

Sliding up! Marine Park playground gets $4-million for renovations

This park is golden! Comments (5)
She’s doing it for herself! Comment

Spook-lyn!

Coney Island

A thrill for the whole family: Young and old celebrate Halloween at MCU Park

Hundreds of costumed tykes ran around MCU Park on Tuesday during a Halloween party that was as fun for kids as it was for kids at heart, according to a mom. Comment
Legions of pint-sized ghouls and goblins formed a ghastly procession along Seventh Avenue in Park Slope on Wednesday for the neighborhood’s 32nd-annual Halloween Parade, which over the decades has grown to become the nation’s largest family friendly monster march of its kind, according to organizers. Comment
She’s ready for Prime time! Comment

Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018

Mayor DeBlasio shot down Borough President Adams’s call for off-duty and retired police officers to bring their weapons to their houses of worship. Comments (1)
They’re both men of all people. Comment
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