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Friday, June 23, 2017

Buffed out! Protective buffer axed along bike lane outside 88th Precinct

Mean Streets: Call it zero vision. Comment

B.I.G. deal: Pol proposes naming Clinton Hill b’ball court after slain rapper, but opponents cry foul

Clinton Hill: They’re dead wrong. Comment

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: We’ve got a food festival, saucy Shakespeare, dirty dancing, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Float your boat: Kayak polo players make a row in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Bridge ‘Park’: They’re making a splash! Comment

A comprehensive guide to this summer’s outdoor films

Cinema: Updated with Red Hook Flicks and Our Wicked Lady outdoor movies! Comments (2)

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Super market! Bklyn’s second Trader Joe’s opens Downtown tomorrow

Downtown: Aloha, Joe! Comment

Death in Brooklyn

CEO found dead in his Clocktower apartment

DUMBO: A financier was found dead and gagged inside his swanky Dumbo apartment on Monday afternoon, after what appeared to be a hookup gone wrong, according to police sources. Comments (3)

Suspect charged in ménage à trois murder

Park Slope: A suspect was charged on Tuesday in the brutal Park Slope slaying of a 20-year-old man who participated in a three-way tryst with the girlfriend of his alleged killer. Comments (1)

Cyclones get in the win column

The Ride: Thomas McIlwraith threw five innings of two-hit ball to get the Clones back to .500! Comment

Ferry tale of Bay Ridge: Cruise to a green and pleasant landing

Bay Ridge: Our new column explores the Brooklyn waterfront by boat. Comments (4)

Stef’s not-so-great expectations for the summer

Fearless Parenting: Let’s face it, you can’t spend every day drinking on the beach. Comments (3)

Legal parties: Brooklyn Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association host back-to-back events

Downtown: They exercised their legal right to assemble. Comment

The Brooklyn Paper: The longest day

Page 1: Wow, it seemed like that would never end, didn’t it? I mean, it just kept going on and on and on. It was like the clock never moved. No matter how much time went by, it always seemed like it were standing still. But then, just when we thought it couldn’t end, it did. Well, good thing that’s over. Keep hustlin’ Brooklyn!

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

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There’s no dancing around it: Councilman Rafael Espinal talks cabaret laws with Gersh and Vince

Podcast: On the latest edition of BPL, a councilman attacks a silly, racist law, Kuntzman interviews Kuntzman, and a Brooklyn Cyclone talks baseball! Comments (3)

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Cyclones drop home-opener to hated Staten Island Yankees

The Ride: A Cyclones first baseman Jose Maria grounded into three double plays and reliever Joe Napolitano gave up four runs in two innings as the Cyclones fell to the hated Staten island Yankees 7–4 at MCU Park. Comment

2017 Mermaid Parade

Fish and chicks! Coney’s mermaid parade makes a splash

Photo Galleries: Talk about wet ’n’ wild! Comments (1)
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Shock-rocker and burlesque queen tie the knot at Mermaid Parade

It’s a Coney Island love story! Comments (1)
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Shot down! Land use committee votes against developer’s plan for Crown Heights armory

Crown Heights: They were armed and ready. Comments (1)

Taste the rainbow: Brightly colored foods to nosh during Pride

Dining: Brooklyn is chasing rainbows — and catching them! Comments (6)

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Borough President puts up funds to restore historic Erasmus Hall Academy Building

Flatbush: Call it a gift from the Adams administration. Comments (3)

After rainout, Cyclones to open season tonight in Coney Island

The Ride: Only a cyclone can stop the Cyclones! Comments (1)

Sweet success! Clinton Hill Girl Scout is borough’s top cookie seller

Clinton Hill: She is one smart cookie! Comments (3)

Slopers in ‘Seventh Heaven’! Annual street fair hits Seventh Avenue

Park Slope: It was heaven on earth. Comment

Good Eats: Food fest will showcase the borough’s best

Dining: Brooklyn feeds the world! Comment