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Brooklyn’s pitching once again excelled as the squad sanpped a two-game losing skid wtih Friday’s victory over the Tigers. Read more. Read more

Live Music

Saturday, June 25th, 8:00 p.m. to midnight

Misery Loves Company

8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

country, soul, rock 'n' roll, folk, and originals

Gerry McCord: guitar and vocals

Buddy Grecco: harmonica, vocals, guitar,  Read more

Since serial sperm donor Ari Nagel revealed to The Post earlier this month that he has sired 22 kids with 18 women, wannabe mamas — according to Nagel, more than  Read more

The MTA’s plan to close part of Avenue O for construction during Midwood Mardi Gras this Sunday has local elected officials up in arms. The construction work, part of the  Read more

A big-box retailer has their sights on Kings Highway. Target signed a lease on a 38,081-square-foot site at 1715 East 13th Street, near the intersection with Kings Highway, The Real  Read more

BUTTERED SUGAR SNAP PEAS Ingredients: * 1 pound sugar snap peas, stems and strings removed * 2 tablespoons unsalted butter * 1⁄4 cups coarsely chopped fresh mint salt  Read more

A Jumbo-size hotel that burned down in 1896, and a driver’s legal obligations to pedestrians who do not observe crosswalks. Read more

A Jumbo-size hotel that burned down in 1896, and a driver’s legal obligations to pedestrians who do not observe crosswalks. Read more

Community and family members are mourning the tragic death of a 28-year-old Sheepshead Bay woman and Brooklyn College graduate this week. A seven-day shiva memorial service for Rebecca Wasserstrum, who  Read more

Coney Island-bound F trains will run express

from Jay Street-MetroTech to Church Avenue

Weekends, from 11:45  Read more

Parents vying for the perfect photo-op of their diploma-receiving toddlers turned a kindergarten graduation ceremony at a Brooklyn public school into an all-out brawl Friday morning, witnesses said. Up to  Read more

Parents vying for the perfect photo-op of their diploma-receiving toddlers turned a kindergarten graduation ceremony at a Brooklyn public school into an all-out brawl Friday morning, witnesses said. Up to  Read more

 

Soon enough, we’ll have quite a few new places to grab Filipino fast food in New York City, indicating we may be in the midst of an adobo overload.  Read more

With the L Train shutdown looming over parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan—and a seemingly unstoppable population boom along the developing Williamsburg waterfront—new transportation solutions are being tossed at the wall.  Read more

With the L Train shutdown looming over parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan—and a seemingly unstoppable population boom along the developing Williamsburg waterfront—new transportation solutions are being tossed at the wall.  Read more

Beginning today, Mile End Deli invites everyone to Blame Canada with a week-long celebration roast of our northern neighbors. Swing by either the Manhattan or Brooklyn locations for Canadian dishes  Read more

Beginning today, Mile End Deli invites everyone to Blame Canada with a week-long celebration roast of our northern neighbors. Swing by either the Manhattan or Brooklyn locations for Canadian dishes  Read more

The heart beats to animate the body; we call this human rhythm our pulse. It is no coincidence that I can’t stop thinking about heartbeats. How subtle a heartbeat is,  Read more

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