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You know what’s the best part about community news? It’s just as good on Friday as it was on Thursday. Sure, it’s fun reading BrooklynPaper.com and enjoying all of the stories when they’re piping hot and at their freshest — but there’s something to be said for savoring a second helping of your favorite local news coverage in our print edition. There’s still plenty of great stuff in there, and who knows, maybe you missed out on some of our best reportage during the busy holiday week. We’ve got tons of good journalism left over, it’s all made with care, and we guarantee another news feast will keep you hustlin’, Brooklyn.

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