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Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013

Clinton Hill

Brooklyn bishop still an ‘active voter’ 22 years after death

Brooklyn’s late bishop has found eternal life — on the New York state voter rolls. Comment
Park Slope

Ferris Bueller grows up for one night

You cannot make Molly Ringwald or Macaulay Culkin young again, but a group of comedians is doing the next best thing — acting out their 40s. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Williamsburg

Daddy’s little secret: Leg warmers!

Nothing says “I care” more than a handmade gift, even if the hands that made it belong to somebody else. Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013

Williamsburg

Four indie rockers killed in W’burg murder-suicide: Cops

An indie rock musician shot and killed nearly all of the members of a Williamsburg dance-punk band from Iran before turning the gun on himself at the band’s practice space and apartment early on Monday morning, cops said. Comment
Fort Greene

‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at new Shakespeare theater is a diamond, but a rough one

The Bard gets his groove back thanks to the inclusion of often overlooked song-and-dance numbers, but other aspects of the performance come up short. Comment

Friday, Nov. 8, 2013

Park Slope

The tall and the short of it: Bill DeBlasio vs. Abe Beame

Big Bill DeBlasio is the first mayor to call Brooklyn home since tiny Abe Beame sat in City Hall for one term from 1973 to 1977. The most noticeable difference between the two is clearly height, but how do the two stack up otherwise? Find out in this week’s breakdown. Comment
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