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Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015

New Jersey: Where it is now OK to leave your kid in the car without being charged with child abuse

Rhymes with Crazy: It pains me to say it, but New Jersey is suddenly a light unto us all. Last week, its Supreme Court ruled that it isn’t automatically child abuse to let your kid wait in the car while you pick up the dry cleaning. Comment.

Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015

Gamby: Face it. My Cyclones can’t hit

The Ride: It’s once again time to tell it like it is. Comment.

Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Greece-y spoon! Souvlaki House has peddled pitas Downtown for 43 years

Go There Now While You Still Can: It is Brooklyn’s unsung gyro! Comment.

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Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Everything is happening in Brooklyn! Comment.

Monster mash-up: ‘Ghoul A Go-Go’ hosts screening on Coney Island

Cinema: It will be a frightfully good time! Comment.

Bay Ridge has a heavy (metal) heart

Bay Ridge Nights: Our friends at BrooklynDaily.com will soothe your soul by rocking in the Ridge. Comment.

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015

Sporting heroes: Wounded vets triumph in Prospect Park triathlon

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: They were heroes on the battlefield, and now they’re champions on the sporting field. Comments (1).

Rising fun: Local writer kicks off Japanese festival in Williamsburg

Event: It may not be as cool as Brooklyn, but Japan has its points. Comment.

Ridge Revolution anniversary highlights black history

It was America’s original Rainbow Coalition. Comments (4).

Back pains, growing pains, and summer camp

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie’s kids come home from camp — and it’s a painful experience. Literally. Comments (2).

Swipe, left: Police seek cellphone bandits

Crime: Police are on the lookout for a dastardly duo who they say robbed two Brooklyn cellphone stores in as many months. Comments (1).

What ever happend to the front page teaser?

Page 1: Remember when you would wake up every Thursday, turn to BrooklynPaper.com, and find that awesome teaser that featured the cover of the print edition and a link to a PDF? Whatever happened to that. Did they stop doing it or something? Did the guy quit? Are they just being lazy? We were wondering the same thing, and hope they will consider bringing it back. Anyways, wishful thinking and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn! Comments (1).