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Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011

THIS JUST IN: Feds finally state what we all know — the Gowanus is a cancer-causing toilet

Cleaning Our Waterways: And if you’re eating any crabs from the canal, you’d better stop now. Comments (2)

We’re grateful ‘Dead’ will be returning to Littlefield

Music: All Conrad Keely wants to do is scare you — make you turn the lights on and pull up the covers. Comments (1)

‘Super’ parties at rival Cobble Hill bars

Event: Two storied football franchises are facing off in the Super Bowl —and so are two storied Cobble Hill bars. Comments (2)

Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011

Mom-strosity! Cops say PTA treasurer stole from school

Cobble Hill: The former treasurer for PS 29’s parent association is facing more than just a call to the principal’s office after she allegedly embezzled thousands of dollars from the group last fall. Comments (9)

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Copping list! Police may run errands for home-bound seniors

Carroll Gardens: Crooks beware: The milkman’s packing heat! Comments (1)

Abominable snowmen

Carroll Gardens: A man is pelted and robbed. Plus all the other crime news from Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Red Hook’s 76th Precinct. Comments (1)

Monday, Jan. 31, 2011

Coffee, scones and capitalism at Crop to Cup

Dining: The “collective” management style has been replaced with real ownership at Crop to Cup’s new Third Avenue shop — and the coffee is even better. Comment

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

Tennis, no one? Bubble collapses under heavy snow

Boerum Hill: The tennis bubble atop a Boerum Hill gym collapsed overnight on Wednesday, a victim of Snowpocalypse III, which dumped 13 more inches of the white stuff on an already powdery borough. Comments (1)

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011

Carroll Street ‘Hell House’ coming down!

Carroll Gardens: A developer will dismantle the illegal 40-foot addition atop a 19th-century building on Carroll Street, a project that had become so controversial that it led the city to rezone the neighborhood. Comments (4)