Mike’s Search

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Here’s the latest installment of Mike McLaughlin’s “The Search,” our weekly update on our senior reporter’s life after being dumped and losing his apartment. In this webisode, Mike finds a place to live…but the quest for love goes on. Join Mike and Editor Gersh Kuntzman as they tour the reporter’s new apartment and held plot Mike’s way forward in the amour department.

He got dumped. He got kicked out of his apartment. Now, Senior Reporter Mike McLaughlin is out there trying to rebuild his shattered life. Join McLaughlin every week in The Brooklyn Paper as he seeks a new girlfriend (that’s hard!) and a new place to live on a reporter’s salary (that’s really hard!). Fasten your seatbelts, readers, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
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Eric McClure from Park Slope says:
Glad to see that Mike has found shelter, and I fully expect him to find love before the summer's out.

But more importantly, while I appreciate the high-tech look of the "NewsCenter Brooklyn" studio, I can't help but wonder why the time of day in Dumbo doesn't synch with the time of day in Fort Greene and Cobble Hill? Can you explain?
Aug. 23, 2008, 10:23 pm
mike from kings pint says:
mike i'm fascinated by your search. I had a similar situating with my gf. She was a nurse who dumped me for a Dr. She used to date before we went out. Is there a way to see your archive blogs? Keep up the fight bro
Aug. 27, 2008, 12:16 pm
Mike McLaughlin from The Brooklyn Paper says:
I want to thank all the readers for their vote of confidence.

To stay in the loop about this tough and exciting phase or to relive the highlights of The Search, you can click on my cartoon likeness at the top of this page, which will retrieve the past articles and videos.

Stay tuned. …
Aug. 27, 2008, 1:46 pm

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