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The New Brooklyn Paper: The best thing to happen to The Brooklyn Paper since The Brooklyn Paper

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Some companies make you wait years before they update a product, then lavishly unveil it after months of speculation just in time for the holiday season. Not The Brooklyn Paper. We know that discriminating news shoppers crave typeset stories about local happenings, politics, and events mixed in with and photos of kids and dogs on a weekly basis. And that’s just what we provide — this week’s Brooklyn Paper offers a glistening, full-color front page that’s 23-inches high, 11-inches wide, weighs less than a quarter of a pound, and is chock full of everything you need to get you through another seven days. Best of all, it doesn’t require a new power source, so you can keep your old one … and keep right on hustlin’!

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