Sunday, June 24, 2018

Five runs in final frame sweeps Connecticut

The Ride: Our never-say-die Cyclones won it in the ninth! Comment

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Clones crush Connecticut

The Ride: The New Englanders didn’t have a chance! Comment

Friday, June 22, 2018

Kensington: A homeless man has chained his belongings to the roll-down gate of a Kensington social-services provider’s storefront without permission for months, forcing its workers to sidestep the allegedly smelly stuff as they search for a solution that isn’t dumping the guy’s earthly possessions in a landfill. Comments (7)

Sands Street shuffle: Do-good developer buying Dumbo tower from builder that purchased it from Witnesses last year

DUMBO: A builder of so-called affordable housing is working out a deal to buy a now-vacant Dumbo hotel from the developer that just last year bought the property from the Jehovah’s Witnesses as the religious group unloaded the last of its local real estate. Comments (2)

Mustard mobile: ‘Hot Dog Bus’ offers free franks

Dining: Hot diggety! You can chow down on a free hot dog served fresh from an overstuffed, vaguely bun-shaped bus that will be parked in Brooklyn Bridge Park every weekend until Aug. 26. Comment

Cyclones shut out Connecticut

The Ride: Cyclones ace Christian James shut out the Connecticut Tigers for seven innings Thursday to help lead the Clones to victory. Comment
Nightlife: It is more than a show! Comment
Sunset Park: The owner of a soon-to-open 39th Street bar that neighbors worry will cause the same quality-of-life problems as its seedy predecessor must return to the Sunset Park community board — again — to present a written security plan for the space after he failed to bring it to this month’s Public Safety Committee meeting, the civic gurus demanded. Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got Midsummer magic, a poutine party, a festival of funny females, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment
Event: Watch the world’s biggest game — now updated with more locations! Comment

Boro daughter cites Bklyn upbringing for her success in the Navy

Boerum Hill: Native Brooklynite Petty Officer 2nd Class Aliah Hall, a graduate of Boerum Hill’s Metropolitan Corporate Academy, serves with one of the Navy’s most advanced amphibious-warfare units — and credits many of her accomplishments to growing up in Kings County. Comments (1)
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