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Coney ferry news creates waves among readers

Speak Out: Our readers shared their thoughts on the city’s proposed location for its recently announced Coney Island ferry stop and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Comments (1)

Fourth Avenue free-for-all

Mean Streets: The city endangered cyclists by painting bike lanes on Fourth Avenue that abruptly end at construction sites where traffic is reduced to one lane, forcing bike riders to choose between their wheels and their lives, according to one outraged bicyclist. Comments (21)
Mean Streets: The city refuses to station traffic-safety agents near ongoing construction projects on Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park, putting hundreds of area students’ lives at risk as they walk to school each day, according to a local civic leader. Comments (5)

Second Half: Popular brewer to give Brooklyn double hops

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: These brewers are ready for their next round! Comment
Mean Streets: Sunset Park civic gurus blessed Industry City honchos’ scheme to install more giant planters outside the sprawling commercial hub, in an effort to stop big rigs from illegally parking on streets surrounding it. Comments (10)

The Newsstand

Digital editions: But not because it is pining for that special someone. Or because of a Valentine’s Day gone wrong. No, the Paper just overdid it yesterday, with one too many chocolates, and that extra glass of red wine it knew it should’t have, but gulped down anyway. Songstress Deborah Cox wasn’t kidding when she said love can make you do some crazy things! Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…
Digital editions: Schneps Media is proud to present the latest print edition of Brooklyn Weekly, which can be found each Sunday in the New York Post. Check it out, along with our other local editions of the Bay News, Mill Marine Courier, Park Slope Courier, and Brooklyn Graphic! Read more…
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got acclaimed animation, a sisterhood soliloquy, some fascinating fish, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Kings County court delivers speedy justice

Standing O: Three cheers for the judges assigned to the Civil Term of Kings County Supreme Court, who last year completed more jury trials and decided more non-jury cases than jurists in any outher county in New York State. Comments (2)

Schneps Media salutes Brooklyn’s Power Women

Event: Schneps Media will host its eighth-annual Power Women Awards and Networking Event on March 14 to honor and celebrate the ladies whose contributions, work, activism, and heart have had a positive impact in Brooklyn — and we’re inviting you to join us! Comments (1)
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