Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

Escape from Sheepshead Bay! Comments (1)

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018

He’s No. 1 when it comes to No. 2! Comment

Save the date! There is a Valentine’s event for everyone!

It is a love-ly week! Comment

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018

Clinton Hill

Look sharp: Catch an edgy play about teen fencers

She’s getting right to the point. Comment

Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018

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Finally, the Sisters showed mercy

The Sisters of Mercy bowed to loud public backlash — and lived up to their name — by backing down on the early eviction of the Narrows Senior Center from the Angel Guardian home. The nuns, who sold the sprawling former orphanage in Dyker Heights, gave up their plan to evict the seniors months before the end of their lease after the oldsters rallied with local pols to protest their imminent ouster. The nuns will now allow the senior center to stay in the building until June 4 — when its lease ends. Comment
Rhymes with Crazy

Frank talk about an unmentionable subject

You guessed it: Death! Comment

Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018


What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Feb. 9, 2018

Bay Ridge Nights

Follow your heart to Bay Ridge

Fall in love with everything Bay Ridge has to offer this weekend! Comment
A Park Slope green thumb with four decades in the floral business closed his Fifth Avenue flower shop on Wednesday, vacating a space that locals flocked to for fresh cuts for more than a century. Comment

Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018

Longtime Marine Parkers are livid the city let the owners of a small one-family Kimball Street home supersize it into a multi-family monstrosity they say is completely out of character with the neighborhood — and part of a trend that, if it continues, will let developers turn their beloved enclave into an overcrowded mess the likes of which can sadly be found just a few blocks away. Comments (13)
A local congresswoman is taking up the cause of a nationally known immigrants’ rights activist by introducing a private bill that would stymie his upcoming deportation. Comments (2)
Former orphans adopted from the Angel Guardian campus lamented the possibility that the historic structure they once called home will be bulldozed by the mystery developer who recently bought the sprawling Dyker Heights property. Comments (2)
They competed with scout’s honor! Comment
Standing O

Long-serving Brooklyn Hospital doctor returns at head of Pediatrics

Dr. Noah Kondamudi has returned to The Brooklyn Hospital Center for a second time, to take the helm of the facility’s Department of Pediatrics. Comment

Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018

Bye, bye, bocce! Comment

Unit-ed artists: Bushwick musicians turn home into a venue

It’s a unit of merriment! Comment
Wedding bells are ringing in Bay Ridge! Comment
A man died on Saturday after he leaped in front of a train pulling into the Jay Street–MetroTech station, according to police, who called the death a suicide. Comment

Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018

They collected a pot of gold! Comment
They’re like, really smart! Comment

Police arrest man for allegedly abusing two girls on a Bath Beach bus

Police arrested a 59-year-old man on Feb. 2 for allegedly fondling two 12-year-old girls numerous times between September and November 2017 on a city bus in Bath Beach. Comment
Local transit officials forced a Brooklyn-born tech startup that provides canines with curbside kennels to remove its rental doghouses from sidewalks across the borough — after the mayor’s office invited the company’s founders to represent the city at an international tech conference last year. Comments (1)

Monday, Feb. 5, 2018

The Sisters of Mercy lived up to their name — and bowed to loud public backlash — by backing down on the early eviction of the Narrows Senior Center from the Angel Guardian home. Comment
Illegal sewage hookups must still be pumping poop into Coney Island Creek even a year and a half after the state caught an a nearby apartment complex dumping up to 200,000 gallons of raw sewage into the creek every day, according to local environmental advocates who test the waters for bacteria. Comment

Brighton Beach man gets 19 years for fatally shooting friend

A Brighton Beach man who fatally shot his friend in the chest in 2015 was sentenced to 19 years in prison on Feb. 1. Comments (6)

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018

Sheepshead Bay

Eleven charged in Southern Brooklyn drug ring

Eleven people are facing more than 250 charges after cops busted an alleged drug ring trafficking heroin, cocaine, and a dangerous synthetic opioid across Southern Brooklyn. Comment
A man being robbed at gunpoint tried to wrestle the firearm away, and only relented when it went off, according to police. Comment
Mill Basin

Police seeking suspect in $5,000 identity theft

Police are looking for a man they believe stole more than $5,000 from a victim by stealing his identity. Comment

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