Sunday, Dec. 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…

Use caution to avoid becoming victim of theft

Our readers weighed in on the latest capers in our newspapers’ police blotters and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Comment

Friday, Dec. 7, 2018

Make an appointment with the Gallery Players! Comment
The state is doling out more than $250,000 to four environmental organizations for projects the groups say will help purify the poo-filled waters of Coney Island Creek over the next two years, after officials put out a call for proposals to clean up the filthy waterway in February. Comments (2)

Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018

Ditmas Park ►Video

Parade rounds: Teens shoot, injure man in Ditmas Park near Prospect Park Parade Ground

Cops are searching for two teenage gunmen who shot a man in Ditmas Park near the Prospect Park Parade Ground on Monday. Comment
Hundreds of revelers on Tuesday gathered outside this newspaper’s Downtown offices at MetroTech Center for the neighborhood’s annual tree lighting — which for the first time in nearly three decades almost didn’t happen, because the bulbs strung around the 60-foot plant failed to light on cue when organizers flipped the switch. Comment
It’s a beloved holiday tradition, borrowed from the Dutch! Comment
Georgetown just got a little spicier! Comments (1)
Police on Wednesday arrested a driver for hitting a cyclist on Jay Street Downtown, after she swerved out of the road’s bike lane because cops parked a police van in it, according to the victim. Comments (2)
These Dems traded their signature blue for red and green! Comment

Mixed nuts

This show keeps dancers on their toes! Comment

All they’re ’cracked up to be!

Here are six more ‘Nutcracker’ shows in Brooklyn! Comment
The Right View

A farewell to ‘41’

Our columnist remembers former President George H.W. Bush, who passed away on Nov. 30 at 94, and applauds what he calls the career Republican statesman’s legacy of patriotism over party politics. Comment

Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018

Fans of an old-timey style of bagel that fell out of fashion around the turn of the 21st century can now find their beloved bread of the past in Park Slope, at a new sister shop of popular Cobble Hill delicatessen Shelsky’s of Brooklyn that opened on Monday. Comment
Williamsburg UPDATE ►Video

Beep gives Williamsburg church funds to restore statues destroyed by vandal

Thank heavens! Comment
Williamsburg UPDATE ►Video

Man arrested for attacking Jewish victim in W’burg on Shabbat

Cops on Tuesday cuffed a guy for terrorizing a Jewish man in Williamsburg on Friday evening. Comments (2)
Coney Island

Truck no! Coney Island civic panel pans proposal to park a single food truck outside Asser Levy Park

They’re not trucking around. Comments (11)
Prospect Heights

Herb is the word: Five-course eatery opens near Bklyn Museum

This pop-up crew has settled down! Comment

On Brownstoner: Housing for LGTBQ seniors tops out in Fort Greene

Our pals at our sister website, Brownstoner, have a great report on the latest developments in the ongoing construction of a Fort Greene building that will be filled with below-market-rate units for LGBTQ seniors when complete. Click to give it a read! Read more…

Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018

They jingled all the way — to the finish line! Comment
Authorities are hunting for the villain who brutally stabbed a woman at Park Slope’s 15th Street-Prospect Park subway station early Tuesday morning. Comments (1)
Spread the mews! Comment
They called in the big goy to light this massive menorah! Comment
Coney Island

Straight shooter: Coney pol blasts city for painting squiggly yellow lines to divide stretch of Neptune Ave.

This agency needs to get in line! Comments (6)
They are making their voices heard. Comment
Borough-wide ►Video

Teen twosome sought for attacking, robbing boy in Sunset Park

Police are on the hunt for two teenage punks who assaulted another teen and stole his cellphone in broad daylight in Sunset Park. Comment

On Caribbean Life: Brooklyn state pol vying for public advocate

Our pals at our sister website, Caribbean Life, have a great story about Democratic Assemblywoman Latrice Walker, who currently represents neighborhoods including Brownsville and East New York, throwing her hat into the growing field of contendors to replace state Attorney General–elect Letitia James as the city’s public advocate. Click to give it a read! Read more…

Monday, Dec. 3, 2018

Cops are hunting for the hit-and-run driver who killed an oldster after smashing into him on E. 28th Street in Sheepshead Bay on Saturday. Comments (1)
This lane is his lane! Comment
Cleaning Our Waterways

Tunnel vision: Giant underground tube along Gowanus Canal could replace long proposed water-storage tanks

City officials may scrap a long in-the-works plan to bury two massive sewage tanks beneath Gowanus Canal–adjacent land — some of which officials recently seized via eminent domain — and instead construct a giant tunnel to collect storm-water runoff in the cisterns’ place, according to Feds with the Environmental Protection Agency. Comment
Welcome to the spin zone! Comment
Prospect Heights

Man headed behind bars for shooting bystander outside Barclays Center last year

A Flatbush man could spend up to 25 years behind bars after a jury found him guilty of shooting and wounding a bystander during a fracas outside the Barclays Center last year. Comment

On QNS: The World’s Fare returns to Citi Field in May

Our pals at our sister website, QNS, have a great story on the return of the food-, drink-, and entertainment-packed festival, The World’s Fare, which will again set up shop over at Citi Field next spring. Click to give it a read! Read more…

Friday, Nov. 30, 2018

The Coney Island outpost of Wahlburgers — the burger chain owned by famous siblings Mark, Donnie, and Paul Wahlberg — will temporarily close its doors this winter for the second year in a row. Comment
Prospect Heights

Former city intern faces 25 years in prison for alleged anti-Semitic crime spree

A Bedford-Stuyvesant man and former city intern faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted on hate crime-charges for allegedly vandalizing a Prospect Heights synagogue and setting fires at two Williamsburg Jewish sites earlier this month. Comments (1)
It won’t be “the Brooklyn Eagle” for long. Comments (2)
Sheepshead Bay ►Video

Grinched! Sneak swipes presents from Sheepshead Bay residents’ stoop

This goon needs a lesson in Christmas spirit! Comment
It’s the return of a beloved holiday tradition! Comment

Following yonder bar!

Five more holiday saloons to lift your spirits! Comment
An inferno almost completely destroyed a more than century-old Sheepshead Bay church after burning inside the house of worship for hours after midnight on Thursday. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018


Police: Anti-Semitic scoundrel punches Jewish boy on Williamsburg street

Cops are hunting for the bigoted teen who socked a Jewish boy in the face on a Williamsburg street on Sunday. Comment

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