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Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016

That’s a wrap! This next big food is delicious!

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore wraps it up and serves it to you. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Dec. 9, 2016


Learn why you should never date a comedian on this week’s Brooklyn Paper Radio!

Podcast: Plus: a scintillating story about garbage! Comment

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Construction worker dead after falling from Domino Sugar factory development

Williamsburg: A construction worker died after plummeting two stories from a building at the old Domino Sugar factory on the Williamsburg waterfront on Friday morning, according to police. Comments (4)

LICH developer files plans for first towers — and they’re just what locals feared

Changing Brooklyn: It wasn’t a facade. Comments (6)

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: ’Tis the season for going out! Bask in holiday concerts, dance shows, and a tribute to those two wise men: Hall & Oates. Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

The fixture’s in! Old-timey street lamps coming to historic Vanderbilt Ave. stretch

Prospect Heights: Vander-build it and they will come! Comments (3)

Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016

Staffer claims Ridge Councilman made fun of his autism

Party Line: A former staffer is suing Councilman Vincent Gentile, alleging the lawmaker harassed him for his Apserger’s Syndrome. Comment

Cheap chow

Art of the meal: Park Slope gallery showcases free food

Art: Soup’s on display! Comment

Caffeine free: Artist opens cash-optional coffee shop in Williamsburg

Dining: He’s brewing up a statement! Comments (6)

Brooklyn Paper Profile: Natalie O’Neill

Page 1: In this week’s former Brooklyn Paper reporter profile, we turn the time machine dial back to the early teens, when we tried something different: hire a reporter with experience working at a local paper. That reporter was Natalie O’Neill an Emmerson College grad who spent more than two years at the Miami News Times in some place called “Florida,” which is apparently near Cuba. In those halcyon days when our newsroom was stocked with talent, O’Neill was immediately put on the all-important “bike lanes and goose” beat in Park Slope and did well, but didn’t really hit her stride until she began working with last week’s profilee, Ben Muessig. With too many great stories to count, it’s clear she always kept hustlin’, Brooklyn.