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Monday, Aug. 15, 2011

Celebrate Washington Avenue on Saturday

Event: An under-rated business strip gets its well-deserved close-up in an all-day festival. Comments (2).

Friday, Aug. 12, 2011

Say ‘Yes’ to NoBar

Bar Scrawl: Our Bar Scrawl columnist visits a new bar in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Comments (1).

Gorilla Coffee’s defamation lawsuit against employees is tossed

Park Slope: Hooray! It’s not against the law to complain about your boss publicly! Comments (6).

Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011

Noodle news! Morimoto brain trust to open ramen shop in Prospect Heights

Dining: Talk about top ramen. Comments (17).

No-arm bandits take more money on Fifth and Seventh Aves

Park Slope: The city has once again hiked the cost of “Park Smart” meters on two retail-heavy Park Slope strips — but this time merchants are calling the increase dumb. Comments (17).

Brutal beating on 12th Street

Park Slope: Plus the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (1).

Girl on girl crime

Prospect Heights: Plus the other crime in Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comment.

Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2011

Jungle love! Bongo, the missing monkey doll, has been found

Park Slope: Look, when you love a Beanie Baby, when you give your life to a plush pet, you’ll do anything to be reunited. We know. We’ve been there. Comments (22).

Dognapped! Family grieving after trio steals their dog — from a cop

Park Slope: A Prospect Heights couple is desperately searching for its beloved pooch after a trio of alleged lady dognappers convinced a cop that they owned the furry little guy. Comments (7).

Writer Sapphire is back next week with new gem

Books: Fifteen years after “Push,” the writer gives birth to “The Kid” — and a reading at the Brooklyn Public Library on Aug. 15. Comment.

Friday, Aug. 5, 2011

It’s the return of the Windsor Terrace police blotter!

Windsor Terrace: Our intern, Haru Coryne, does it again. The kid gets you the inside scoop on all the crime and other bad stuff inside the neighborhood’s 72nd Precinct. Comment.

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