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Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

Authorities with an agenda: Cops using police vehicle to advocate against constitutional convention

Bedford-Stuyvesant: New York’s Finest are bucking convention. Comments (8)

In need of a lift: Pols and locals demand state restore defunct bus line

Carroll Gardens: They want Cuomo to get on board! Comments (5)

Ai Wei-what? Straphangers confuse artist’s sculpture for chair, wind barrier

Downtown: This art’s purpose is in the eye of its beholder. Comments (2)

A song for ‘Sludgie’: Slope band’s ballad honors whale that perished in Gowanus Canal

Wild Brooklyn: It’s a lyrical tribute to a whale’s tragic tale. Comment

Blow for freedom: Harriet Tubman jazz band breaks genres

Music: Call it freeing jazz! Comment

Cancer support in your backyard

Breast Cancer Awareness: Services including online forums and wig providers help patients right here in Brooklyn. Comments (1)

Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

Walking with a purpose: The American Cancer Society’s 15th-annual breast-cancer walk hits Coney Island

Breast Cancer Awareness: They’re making strides towards a world without breast cancer. Comments (4)

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

Why We’re Pink

Breast Cancer Awareness: It’s our annual Pink Paper! Comment

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Duck tale! Trio of do-gooders rescue Gravesend quacker

Fuzzy Brooklyn: That’s one lucky duck! Comments (3)

The water’s fine: Gowanus Canal more swimmable each year as presence of poo recedes, data says

Gowanus: The Gowanus Canal is not as crappy as you think! Comments (2)

Permission to drop anchor: City in talks to take Hook lot for new maritime middle school

Class Action: This marine academy is ready to dock! Comments (4)

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Happy Friday the 13th! You’re lucky to be in Brooklyn, where we’ve got a slasher movie marathon, waterfront walks, a week-long jazz festival, and so much more! Comment

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