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Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018

Art: He is taking it to the street! Comment
Page 1: By the time you are reading this, the borough may already be covered in its first blanket of white stuff, if the latest reports from our pals over at the National Weather Service are correct. But the Paper — whose Blizzard Bureau is typically always hankering for the next nor’easter, bomb cyclone, or other wintery weather pattern — is not yet ready to see the slush. Snow before Thanksgiving is like when Christmas decor hits stores the day after Halloween — it’s just too soon! Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…
Schneps Community News Group is proud to announce that Brooklyn Paper Deputy Editor Anthony Rotunno, who joined our newsroom in America’s Downtown in May 2017, is taking the reins as the Paper’s new editor-in-chief. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018

Bklyn pol pushing to axe Public Advocate office

Politics: A Bensonhurst councilman on Wednesday introduced a bill to eliminate the watchdog position of Public Advocate, weeks ahead of a special election to fill the seat that the current officeholder will vacate to become the state’s next attorney general. Comments (7)

Gangster’s paradise: ‘Al Capone’ is a good show about bad people

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: This show is a straight shooter. Comment

Williamsburg biz leaders talk L closure at awareness event

River of Tears: Williamsburg entrepreneurs worried about keeping their doors open when officials shutter the L train’s Brooklyn–Manhattan tube next April can prep for the looming closure with the help of local leaders at a Wednesday awareness event. Comments (4)

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018

Dining: The 11th-annual Toast of Brooklyn wine festival, held in Williamsburg on Saturday, brought about 1,000 booze enthusiasts to the sixth and seventh floors above William Vale park. Comment
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: Cops arrested a suspect after passersby reported spotting an abandoned baby boy at a Prospect-Lefferts Gardens construction site on Tuesday. Comment
Park Slope: Dozens of artists who for years worked out of a Park Slope loft building blasted officials for evicting them from their studios, accusing the city of jeopardizing their livelihood as a result of a corrupt Department of Buildings inspector whose behavior landed him a felony conviction. Comments (2)

Heroes honored: Korean War vets celebrated at ceremony

Downtown: It was a salute to their service. Comment

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