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Dance sweet: Show combines chocolate and movement

Dance: Call it the dance of the sugar fairies! Comment
Mean Streets: It’s going to be another bumpy bike ride. Comments (30)

Allon: The Patriots aren’t just an NFL team — they’re its kneeling players

Spin Cycle: This week, our columnist says players have a right to speak their minds — and they should. Comments (2)

Play on the field, protest off it!

I, along with millions of other Americans, stand with the President’s harsh comments about unpatriotic sports players. These “spoiled millionaires” want to make a statement about our country? Good. Make it behind the stadium where the media hounds can follow and exalt them. Let the stadiums be a venue where sports and only sports are played. Comment

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got cosmic cocktails, zany zombies, guitar goddess Kaki King, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

The Ridge gets a mix of music!

Bay Ridge Nights: It’s going to be a loud weekend in Bay Ridge! Comment

Biking on the Boardwalk starts Oct. 1!

Brighton Beach: Cyclists can soon enjoy going for a mid-afternoon ride along the Riegelmann Boardwalk, starting on Oct. 1. Comment

Police hunting for sleazebag on B train

Sheepshead Bay: Cops are searching for the perv in a gray “Instagram” shirt who snapped photos of a woman’s body under her skirt while on a Coney Island-bound B train on Aug. 31. Comment

Heights in the heartland: Iowa town’s streets share names identical to those in Brooklyn Heights

The Greatest Story Ever: Kings County’s oldest enclave has a sister in the Corn Belt! Comments (7)
Canarsie: A church seeking a place for its growing flock wants to make space for locals’ little lambs. Comment

Driver rams into boy riding scooter in Sheepshead Bay

Sheepshead Bay: A driver struck an 11-year-old boy riding his scooter on E. 27th Street, sending him to the hospital with head trauma and a broken thumb on Sept. 25, police said. Comment
Books: Julia Wertz will launch her new book “Tenements, Towers, and Trash: An Unconventional Illustrated History of New York City” with two events next week. Comment

Daring to dip: Activist swims East River after taking on Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek

Greenpoint: He survived numbers one and two, making number three a breeze! Comments (2)

Allstate agent extends ‘helping hands’ to the Midwood community

Standing O: Through the work she does through her Allstate insurance agency, Beverly Joseph has built a solid reputation for community service. Comment

Remembering my mistakes, and telling my kids about them

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie thinks about the things she did wrong as a teen, and how her kids can learn from them. Comment

Allon: The Patriots aren’t just an NFL team — they’re its kneeling players

Spin Cycle: This week, our columnist says players have a right to speak their minds — and they should. Comment

Dissident Dems slam Seddio for honoring turncoat

Party Line: Several politicos are calling out Brooklyn Democratic Party honchos and boss Frank Seddio for turning a blind eye to so-called true-blue traitors, and even giving them a pat on the back with do-nothing leadership roles. Comment
Digital editions: Listen right here today at around 4 pm when Dunlap, Iowa Mayor Jason Knickman joins host Vince DiMiceli and his producer Johnny (or Jimmy) Kunen! That, plus why Gersh is no longer on the show. Listen today and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…
Clinton Hill: These veterans are going to war — with their post office. Comments (8)
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Jury convicts motorist for W’burg hit-and-run death

Downtown: A Brooklyn Supreme Court jury convicted a 57-year-old man of reckless manslaughter on Monday for the 2016 hit-and-run death of a cyclist in Williamsburg. Comments (1)

Affordable senior housing to replace 109-year-old church

Development: Sunset Park is swapping a house of worship for affordable housing, but some locals aren’t happy about losing the more than century-old church. Comment
Dining: It’s going to be hot, hot, hot! Comments (1)

Coney Island street signs honoring nabe legends disappear

Coney Island: A sticky-fingered history buff may be stalking Coney Island. Comment
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Talk about being put out to pasture! Comments (4)
Cobble Hill: It’s fall’s biggest block party! Comments (1)

Your guide to Oktoberfest in Brooklyn

Your guide to Oktoberfest in Brooklyn

Nightlife: Say yes to the fest! Comments (3)
Sheepshead Bay: Maybe the second time’s the charm? Comment
Park Slope: America’s Pastime got two new homes in Brooklyn’s Backyard. Comment

Canarsie school to get new soccer ‘field’

Canarsie: This pitch is a bit of a curveball. Comment
Red Hook: Some tenants of Brooklyn’s largest public-housing complex who can wait years for dangerous problems to be fixed said the only way to force repairs is by withholding rent and taking the city to court. Comments (2)
Sheepshead Bay: There will be no swan song in Sheepshead Bay! Comment

Engaging the aging: Local do-good groups come together for conference on oldsters

Brooklyn Heights: It was a grand old time. Comment
Marine Park: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has closed the sidewalk along the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge for repairs — but the construction company performing the work is offering shuttle buses across the span to carry pedestrians across Queens-Brooklyn connector over the Rockaway Inlet. Comment

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