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Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015

On the books: Beep’s cash backs controversial Sunset Park library plan

Sunset Park: Borough President Adams is backing a controversial plan to sell city land and redevelop the Sunset Park library with low-income apartments on top of it. Comments (5).

Pier into the past: Photo exhibit uncovers waterfront history

Art: This show is unpacking the past. Comments (3).

Arrest in heating oil truck, fuel theft

Greenpoint: A Greenpoint heating oil company worker was arrested on Aug. 26 for allegedly stealing a truck loaded with fuel. Comment.

Out-class! New biz hosts lessons in yards, living rooms, and rooftops

Bedford-Stuyvesant: These teachers are telling tales out of school. Comments (1).

Slope fantasy sports trophy-maker gets new start in Sunset Park

Sunset Park: He moved the chains! Comment.

Losers! Clones will finish with sub-.500 record

The Ride: It’s official, folks. Our boys didn’t have what it takes. Comment.

The end (of parenting high-schoolers) is nigh

The Dad: This week, the Dad gazes long into the abyss of his daughter graduating high school, and his own future gazes back at him. Comment.

Dominican parade lights up Graham Avenue

Williamsburg: It was a splash of culture! Comments (2).

Que jamais il arrivé à la page teaser de l’avant?

Page 1: Rappelez-vous quand vous vous réveillez tous les jeudis, se tourner vers BrooklynPaper.com, et de constater que teaser de génial qui a comporté la couverture de l’édition imprimée et un lien vers un fichier PDF? Qu’est-il arrivé à cela. Ont-ils cesser de le faire ou quelque chose? Le gars n’a cesser de fumer? Sont-ils simplement être paresseux? Nous nous demandions la même chose, et nous espérons qu’ils vont envisager de le ramener. Quoi qu’il en soit, un vœu pieux et de garder Hustlin ‘Brooklyn! Comment.

A lost season, and a Dodger fan

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: This week, our columnist goes in depth with the greatest skipper in Cyclones history, Tom Gamboa. Comment.

Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015

Cobble Hill Association leader resigns ahead of vote to boot him out

Cobble Hill: Roy Sloane says he will step down — and maybe buy a puppy. Comments (4).

Boundary issues: City plans to cut Dumbo, Vinegar Hill out of PS 8 school zone

Vinegar Hill: Future students in those nabes will go to PS 307 in Vinegar Hill — but families there say they would have liked more warning. Comments (1).

french connection

Brooklyn things in Paris

Branding Brooklyn: There is a Park Slope School of Rock, apparently. Comment.

Romantic rivals: New book tracks Irish-Italian relations in New York

Books: It has been a hate-love relationship. Comments (3).

Holy schmolies! Cyclones lose again!

The Ride: If our boys don’t win every game the rest of the way, they will finish with a losing record for the first time in history. Comment.

Vision heroes: Young artists paint road-safety mural in Park Slope

Park Slope: They’re driving this message up the wall! Comments (2).

Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015

Tweet beat: NYPD embraces Twitter, precinct councils slower to adopt

Please state your emergency — in 140 characters. Comments (5).

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Spike Lee unveils street named for ‘Do the Right Thing’

Bedford-Stuyvesant: And celebrates Michael Jackson’s birthday. And commemorates the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Comments (2).

A hill of a good time! Soap box derby races through Park Slope

Park Slope: Kids these days are going downhill fast. Comments (6).

Noir band performs residency at Park Slope bar

Music: Missing this act would be a crime. Comment.

Monday, Aug. 31, 2015

Squabble Hill! Locals attempt to depose civic association leader over LICH fight

Cobble Hill: It is a civic war! Comments (3).

Young at heart: Slope senior center is reborn

Park Slope: It is getting better with age! Comments (1).

Moving pictures: Dance piece explores film that sparked a revolution

Dance: Can a film change the world? Comment.

Hang time: Brooklyn kids shoot the breeze with rookie Nets star

Downtown: These kids had a ball with a Net. Comment.

Want to be a ‘Reading Troubadour’ for the Brooklyn Public Library?

Here’s a way you can help sick kids — and add “troubadour” to your resume. Comments (1).