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Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018

Your backyard: Where the wild things are

Rhymes with Crazy: A new movie at the Museum of Natural History shows you what is going on in your own backyard. Comment

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018

Weekend Reads: Booksellers give us their recommendations

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Sept. 22. Comment

Friday, Sept. 21, 2018

Commuting chaos

Prospect Heights: Debris plummeted from above inside Atlantic Terminal station on Friday morning, forcing Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials to suspend 4- and 5-train service in both directions, and leaving irate straphangers scrambling to find alternative commutes. Comments (3)

Dry-ice truck flips on Gowanus Expressway ramp, injuring one

Mean Streets: A tractor-trailer filled with dry ice flipped over on a ramp connecting the Gowanus and Brooklyn–Queens expressways on Friday morning, injuring one person, according to a Fire Department rep. Comment

Holy smokes! Bklyn’s first medical-marijuana dispensary opening on Flatbush Ave.

Leaves of Grass: Dr. Feelgood is coming to Brooklyn! Comments (3)
Clinton Hill: Four men raped by a former catechism instructor at a Clinton Hill Catholic church each received the largest sum ever doled out by the religious institution when its Brooklyn Diocese awarded them equal parts of a combined $27.5-million settlement on Tuesday, according to their lawyers, who called the incidents “every parent’s nightmare.” Comments (1)

Police slap unlicensed driver with summons for hitting boy in Borough Park

Mean Streets: Cops slapped an unlicensed driver with a summons after she hit a 3-year-old boy with her car while he was crossing 44th Street in Borough Park on Sept. 19, police said. Comments (5)
Nightlife: It’s the best fest! Comments (2)
Editor’s Picks: This is a week of festivals! We have a photo festival, a performance fest, a street festival, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018

Brooklyn Heights: Our pals at our sister website, Brownstoner, have a great story on the plans to turn a classic structure on Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights into a 14-story hotel. Click away to give it a read! Read more…

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