Brooklyn Courier

Monday, Jan. 23, 2012


Not your average cup of joe — W’burg cafe treats java as art

There are coffee houses — and then there’s Toby’s Estate. Comment
Clinton Hill

Sign of the brines!

Pat Fairhurst sells pickles the old way at a new shop on Classon Avenue — and she’s keeping the classic New York-style pickle alive. Comment

Friday, Jan. 20, 2012

Boerum Hill

The prison has to be a good neighbor

Long-time residents of Boerum Hill have always known that the House of Detention would re-open one day, and now that day is imminent. To be sure, it will be a challenge to integrate our returning neighbor into a more densely residential environment. Comment
Boerum Hill

The House of Dention is crucial to our work

The Brooklyn House of Detention, capacity 759 inmates, was built in 1957. Located in downtown Brooklyn, on Atlantic Avenue, the 11-story facility housed inmates steadily for nearly half a century before the city closed the building temporarily in 2003. This facility wasn’t the borough’s first city jail; there has been a city jail in Brooklyn since 1686, but performs crucial services that are critical to law enforcement and criminal justice. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012

Brooklyn Courier

Cops: Anti-Semitic vandal could be Jewish

Midwood suffers from yet another wave of anti-Semitic attacks. Comment

‘We do!’ Brooklyn pulls off its first same-sex wedding expo!

You knew we would be the first! Comment
Cobble Hill

The land of milk and movies!

Israel Film Festival brings cinema to the synagogue Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012

Cobble Hill

A ‘Pig’ fit for Kings!

A bourgeois staple comes to Cobble Hill. Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012

Fort Greene

BAM’s Martin Luther King, Jr. tribute draws visitors — and protesters

There were equal parts of angst and admiration at the 26th annual tribute to the legendary civil rights leader. Comments (1)

Carlo cashes in: Scissura breaks fundraising records

The Borough Hall hopeful raises $127,000 in three months Comment

Monday, Jan. 16, 2012

Brooklyn Courier

Dog lovers: Loose pit bulls are terrorizing Midwood

Vicious strays are responsible for at least two dog attacks, residents say. Comments (3)

Friday, Jan. 13, 2012

Brooklyn Courier

Police: Midwood firebombing wasn’t hate crime

The NYPD says the vandals who scrawled anti-Semitic graffiti and torched three cars on Ocean Parkway were carrying out an elaborate insurance scam — yet Midwood residents remain skeptical. Comment

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