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Saturday, April 22, 2017

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, April 21, 2017

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Two explosions rock Sunset Park

Sunset Park: An underground fire caused two manhole blasts on a residential street. Comments (2)

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Naked nesting: Strip bare and crawl into a mound of twigs — for art!

Boerum Hill: This artist wanted to help you come out of your shell — and your clothes. Comments (6)

Clinton Hillers rally against proposed seven-story charter school

Clinton Hill: Residents claim the new building on Quincy Street will block views, bring traffic, and encourage other developers to build big. Comments (8)

On the record: Brooklyn’s Republican Rep raps with us

Bay Ridge Congressman Dan Donovan talks healthcare, oil spills, town halls, and the need for secret meetings. Comments (2)

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: We’ve got a big beer party, some amazing singers, and great comedy shows! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Ahoy! Bay Ridge and Sunset Park students name new ferries

It’s the best of boat worlds! Comments (8)

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Bounce in our step: Squibb Park Bridge reopens after 32-month closure

Awesome: You can cross this bridge when you get to it. Comments (6)

Gar-done! Developer nixes plan to build towers near Brooklyn Botanic Garden (for now)

Crown Heights: Developers seeking to build two controversial towers a stone’s throw from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden pulled their application for a zoning variance hours before Community Board 9’s Land Use Committee was expected to decide on the matter. Comments (25)

Best of the brunch: New eating options for the weekend

Dining: It’s not quite breakfast, it’s not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end! Comments (1)

Fellowship of the read: It’s a book club for sci-fi fans

Books: These book worms are social animals! Comments (4)

How listening to the others brings us all together

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie travels to Spain and Morocco, where she learns — and teaches — lessons on bigotry and sterotypes Comments (1)

It’s 4/20 in Brooklyn

Page 1: The Brooklyn Paper is a team of professionals. And like all professionals, we stick to the schedule. Look at the calendar. What day is today? What does that tell you that we will be doing today at the Brooklyn Paper Building? I’m not sure we can answer that question. So let’s all get some Pringles to fight these hunger pangs and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn.