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Killed on the corner

Mill–Marine Courier: A young couple was killed on June 25 following a harrowing motorcycle accident at a Marine Park corner. Comment

Young players sport awards at KBYO ceremony

BoroBeat: “It’s hard not to give an award to a child!” said Kings Bay Youth Organization President Louis Spina. “They look forward to it because they worked hard for it.” Comment

Leaving Flatbush — and her art — behind

Flatbush: South Midwood resident Lori Hayes is leaving Brooklyn at the end of July, but some of her artwork will remain behind on the streets of Flatbush. Comment

Compost heaven

They ripped up a parking lot and but in a paradise! Comment

Proud patriots flock to Dyker Heights for July 4 parade

BoroBeat: To rollicking rat-tat-tats from a Knights of Columbus brass band, flag-waving girl scout Megan Ryba could hardly contain her smile as she proudly hoisted the Stars & Stripes and helped lead a color guard from Troop 2802 along the Brooklyn Independence Parade in sweltering Dyker Heights, June 26. Comment

Clones blow second game in a row!

Bay News: Cyclones 2 Comment

Cyclones blow a game in the ninth!

Bay News: Cyclones 3 Comment

Clones are back on track

Bay News: Cyclones 6 Comment

Scary stories for adults at the Old Stone House

For those looking for a way to cool down this summer, “Nocturnes” is sure to give you the chills. Comment

Head into the wild with Great Elk at Bar 4

Great Elk may be named after an extinct species, but things are starting to pick up for the Brooklyn band. Comment

Cool it! Our guide to all the local public pools

Dive right in to summer: outdoor public pools opened on June 29. Comment

‘Annie Hall’ kicks off Brooklyn Bridge Park movie series

The movies are still great at the DUMBO outdoor series, “Movies with a View” — though the view has changed. Comment

Hey, skywatchers! Here’s where to catch the fireworks

The Fourth of July is near, and that usually means one thing — fireworks. Comment

‘Cary’ on! Hollywood icon Grant gets second BAM retrospective

“Everyone wants to be Cary Grant. Even I want to be Cary Grant.” Comment

Bklyn Yard’s loss is this loft’s gain

They’ve traded a toxic canal in the Gowanus for an artist’s loft in Bushwick. Comment

Gym-nauseam! PS 39 loses its recreation space!

Brooklyn Courier: Parents at a historic Park Slope elementary school that’s too small to have its own gym are fuming that the city will no longer rent out a recreation area for the kids across the street. Comment

Landmarking preserves neighborhood feel

Editorial: In Brooklyn Heights, we regard landmarking as much more than the preservation of buildings. Yes, the Brooklyn Heights Historic District has some of the finest examples of 19th-century architecture in the city, but — corny as it may sound — it is the people living inside the beautiful brownstones who keep the community going. Comment

Corn shocker! Artist planted common grain, not Indian variety, on Smith

Boerum Hill’s corn is not as a-maize-ing as first thought, the artist responsible for the crop admitted this week. Comment

One of the biggest wins ever

Bay News: Renegades 5 Comment

¡Ay, papi! Vicino’s to close!

Williamsburg: Williamsburg’s last Puerto Rican restaurant will soon be saying, “Adios!” Comment

Holy roller!

Williamsburg: Next year in Greenpoint! Comment

It’s Oedipal! Restler runs against Warren, but campaigns against Steve!

Williamsburg: A war of words is breaking out between two young challengers for North Brooklyn’s next Democratic District Leader — and Brooklyn’s judges are in the middle of it. Comment

Should Park Slope’s historic district be expanded?

Editorial: Residents of Park Slope are considering vastly expanding their neighborhood’s historic district — already Brooklyn’s largest. It’s certainly true that many people equate historic district designation with preserving the “feel” of our neighborhoods, but others oppose such measures because of the rules and regulations that inhibit building owners’ ability to alter their structures. This week, we invited two strong voices on the subject to weigh in. Comment

‘Ultimate’ fighter! Lawmaker’s bill to legalize blood sports moves ahead in Albany!

Getting a bill passed through Albany these days may be tougher than beating Chuck Liddell in a mixed martial arts match — but not if the bill could bring Ultimate Fighting Championship events to Brooklyn! Comment

Levin leads anti-Domino charge

Williamsburg: A Williamsburg lawmaker slammed the Domino Sugar redevelopment plan as too big and too expensive for a neighborhood already burdened by packed subways and gentification. Comment

Ikea to city: No bike lanes!

Brooklyn Courier: A city plan for new bike lanes to the Ikea superstore would be so “dangerous” according to the store’s manager that he’s threatening to renege on some promises to the community if the project goes forward. Comment

Landmarking is a waste of time and money

Editorial: Landmarking became part of the city’s life after the 1963 destruction of Penn Station and consists of two varieties: individual buildings and neighborhoods. I have no problem with landmarking historically or architecturally significant buildings, nor do I oppose the making of small historical districts as was done around Gramercy Park or the original district in Carroll Gardens. I do oppose landmarking broad swashes of our neighborhoods. Comment

Danger zone! Getting to the new Pier 6 is no joyride

When it comes to Brooklyn Bridge Park’s new Pier 6 playground, getting there is none of the fun. Comment

Now this DUMBO plaza is finally a ‘Pearl’

Brooklyn Heights: DUMBO’s Pearl Street Triangle — which is as beloved as it is mocked — would become a pedestrian oasis complete with movie screenings and ample seating under a visionary plan put forth by three architects. Comment

Pols on BQE repairs: Our way <i>is</i> the highway!

Brooklyn Heights: A state plan that could rip out a portion of historic Brooklyn Heights to repair the aging Brooklyn-Queens Expressway is nine miles of bad road, local pols said this week. Comment

Bay Ridge to city: No more bike lanes!

Fed up with a city that is forcing bike lanes down the throat of neighborhoods that don’t want them, a local panel voted on Monday against a plan to give space to pedal pushers in two new lanes on Bay Ridge Parkway and Shore Road. Comment

Cyclones crush Yanks to open the 2010 season

Bay News: The Cyclones started the 2010 season with a bang over the weekend, taking two of three from their hated rivals, the Staten Island Yankees, winning the season opener on the road and then christening their newly named ballpark in perfect style. Comment

Lawsuit seeks end of Marty’s summer concerts

Opponents of Borough President Marty Markowitz’s proposed $64-million amphitheater in Asser Levy Park sued to block the Beep’s annual summer concert series because its amplified sound is too close to two Jewish temples. Comment

Holy shirt! NY Times threatens DUMBO biz over logo

The Old Gray Lady sure is cranky! Comment

Marty: How about ‘Adopt-a-Pool’?

Call it the “Adopt-a-Pool” program. Comment

Look out! Pier 1 repairs will keep parkgoers in the street for two more weeks!

You’re taking your life in your own hands when trying to enter Pier 1 of Brooklyn Bridge Park — and developers say it’ll be two more weeks before it’s safe. Comment

Boerum Hill downzone is movin’ on up

The city is inching ahead with a plan to rezone Boerum Hill, the last remaining neighborhood in the so-called “Brownstone belt” that has not gotten new restrictions for out-of-scale residential development. Comment

Pier 1’s ‘danger domes’ are cordoned off

Brooklyn Heights: The hot metal play domes that caused such a ruckus when they scalded children during the opening days of the Pier 1 section of Brooklyn Bridge Park earlier this month have been placed off limits. Comment

It’s bar-mageddon! Proposal would close roofs and patios at 11 pm

The city that supposedly never sleeps apparently wants to get some shuteye at 11 pm. Comment

For the love of ices!

Mill–Marine Courier: It’s double, double parking problem. Comment

Gang graffiti found in Mill Basin

Mill–Marine Courier: Gangsters — and just about everybody else — are leaving their mark in Old Mill Basin, and residents are worried that if something isn’t done about it quickly, the neighborhood will be drowning in tags. Comment

Marine Park brawl ends in cellphone swipe

Mill–Marine Courier: Running with cellphones Comment

This is why it hurts to be helpful!

Kings Courier: Left flat-footed Comment

Get your rockers off!

Flatbush: Residents and merchants of a Victorian Flatbush neighborhood are standing up against a plan that will let people sit down at a local subway station. Comment

Emergency run-off election set for board

Flatbush: It’s a do-over! Comment

Man gunned down on Schnectady Ave.

Flatbush: Shot on Schnectady Comment

Jeep thief wrangled

Brooklyn Courier: 76th Precinct Comment

Left flat

Canarsie: Left flat Comment

Bike lanes bashed — by bicyclists!

Canarsie: The opposition to rolling out a bike lane in Canarsie is so strong, even bicyclists are against it! Comment

Canarsie: Bike lanes are for Park Slope

Canarsie: Bicyclists beware — Canarsie is off limits to your freewheeling shenanigans. Comment

Blood in the streets!

68th Precinct Comment

Cops have close eye on area parks

In the wake of a shooting in Owl’s Head Park and a series of robberies committed by teens in Leif Ericson Park near 67th Street, the 68th Precinct says it’s stepping up patrols at both. Comment

Transportation commissioner was not prepared to meet Ridge

You might have thought that the Brooklyn transportation commissioner would have arrived at a Dyker Heights traffic forum at which he was to be the main event prepared to answer questions about the plethora of traffic issues in the neighborhood. Comment

Cops nab Oxy thief

Investigators have nabbed the mullet-sporting menace allegedly responsible for a multi-borough robbery spree that ended at a Bay Ridge pharmacy. Comment

Police to crack down on clubs

A surge in assaults in Bay Ridge has police promising a crackdown on local clubs who flout the law — and are ultimately responsible for the violence. Comment

A rugby star grows in Brooklyn

Bay News: Growing up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Mike Petri dreamed of being a professional athlete, but not a rugby player. Comment

Brooklyn Tech fencer a regular Renaissance woman

Bay News: Stephanie Gales found a bit of a loophole — perhaps fitting since she wants to be a lawyer. Comment

Cyclones sweep the Ironbirds!

Bay News: Cyclones 9 Comment

Cyclones beat the Ironbirds!

Bay News: Cyclones 5 Comment

The Backman is magic

Bay News: All Wally Backman demands of his Brooklyn Cyclones is perfection in the fundamentals of the game, and his team — assuming the personality of its new skipper — already looks up to the challenge. Comment

Kickball shocker! Sadewitz is injured!

Bay News: It was a kickball weekend filled with the thrill of victory and the agony of victory. Comment

Lowe’s to open in Mill Basin on July 23

Lowe’s is coming on July 23. Comment

Jersey’s longer wood could save boardwalk

Bay News: Back away from your concrete mixers and take a road trip to the Jersey shore. Comment

Getting in the Dorinson

A neighborhood civic group that claims it has been purposely locked out of a city panel for years is touting the appointment of one of its own this week as a small win against the power elite. Comment

Cops try to identify dapper dead man

Bay News: Detectives are continuing to fall further down the rabbit hole in their search to identify the remains of a middle-aged man who surfaced off the coast of Manhattan Beach. Comment

Bay News gets action: Beach bike path back on track

The city and state resumed talks about the construction of a cement bike path on the Coney Island sand after we put a spotlight on the two-year-long standstill. Comment

Stabbed on the boardwalk

Bay News: Stabbed on the boardwalk Comment

Fins of fury

Among the colorful sea urchins, Neptunes and half-naked women at Coney Island’s Mermaid Parade last weekend were some half-fish with a message. Comment

More victims come forward in case against incarcerated cantor

More troubles for sex abuse rabbi Comment

NYPD launches fireworks crackdown

Cops don’t want to take the pop out of the Fourth of July, they just want to remove some of the danger. Comment

New Yorkistan? Don’t rule it out!

Perspective: There’s no denying the elephant in the room. Neither is there any rejoicing over the mosques proposed for Sheepshead Bay, Staten Island and Ground Zero because where there are mosques, there are Muslims, and where there are Muslims, there are problems. Comment

Midwood’s Williams adds Wingate to season filled with hardware

High School Sports: The laundry list of symptoms makes you wonder how Donald Williams was even functioning, let alone running. Comment

Wingate Award completes season of firsts for Bedford’s Jones

High School Sports: Brent Jones walked into St. Francis College for the PSAL’s Wingate awards dinner expecting to see a few athletes from other sports and their parents. When he strode into the auxiliary gymnasium on the Brooklyn school’s fourth floor he was stunned. Comment

Midwood’s Oliver enjoys state titles, eyes 2012 Olympics

High School Sports: Three years ago Imani Oliver was really just learning the triple jump. Now she has aspirations of competing in it on the world’s greatest stage. Comment

Mayor’s Cup organizers want true city title game

High School Sports: Andrew Gould looked onto the MCU Park field and smiled. Comment

Mayor’s Cup all-star game a solid start, fantastic finish for seniors

High School Sports: Matt Molbury’s high-school career didn’t end the way the Bishop Ford catcher was hoping. The Falcons finished second in the CHSAA’s Brooklyn/Queens division and were unceremoniously bounced from the Class A intersectional playoffs with back-to-back losses to Archbishop Stepinac and division rival Xaverian. Comment

Dinner and a movie made easy at Carmine’s

Italian food meets Italian cinema in Williamsburg this week. Comment

Midwood point guard commits to Felician

The recruiting process is finally over for Gisell Peguero. The Midwood senior point guard committed Friday to Division II Felician College in New Jersey. And for her, it’s been a long time coming. Comment

Zoom zoom! Drag racers hijack Avenue U

Mill–Marine Courier: Late-night dragsters along Avenue U have neighbors holding their ears and police racing to figure out a way to stop the speedsters. Comment

Screecher’s most swellegant journey and party

Bay News: I’m a native New Yorker, which means I was born in Manhattan. There are really not too many of us, since the affluent are probably the only ones that can afford to live there to enjoy all that the city has to offer. Comment

Eat my Dust Bowl

Dust Bowl begone! Comment

Stan sound’s off on Helen Thomas — and you can too!

Perspective: Helen Thomas is gone her story is still with us. Comment

Works of mass destruction

Perspective: “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Edmund Burke Comment

Williamsburg Walks returns this weekend

Williamsburg: Reclaim the streets! Comment

City and beer company raise a glass on Columbia compromise

Brooklyn Courier: Beer trucks will no longer ply quaint Columbia Street and will travel along the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway for at least the next six months, city and state officials announced this week. Comment

Rad trad! Irish Music Festival at Floyd Bennett Field this weekend

Irish music isn’t just fiddles and jigs in 2/4 time. The scene is actually much more diverse, with influences of hip-hop, reggae and jazz finding their way into many modern bands. Comment

A ‘formula’ crime

Brooklyn Courier: 77th Precinct Comment

Bell House to host ‘Unfancy’ food show on Sunday

Has Brooklyn’s annual “Unfancy Food Show” finally sold out? Comment

Coastal rallyers form a human chain in Coney Island

BoroBeat: Leave only your footprints! Comment

It’s Oedipal! Restler runs against Warren, but campaigns against Steve!

Committeman Confrontation: A war of words is breaking out between two young challengers for North Brooklyn’s next Democratic District Leader — and Brooklyn’s judges are in the middle of it. Comments (3)

Landmarking is a waste of time and money

Perspective: Landmarking became part of the city’s life after the 1963 destruction of Penn Station and consists of two varieties: individual buildings and neighborhoods. I have no problem with landmarking historically or architecturally significant buildings, nor do I oppose the making of small historical districts as was done around Gramercy Park or the original district in Carroll Gardens. I do oppose landmarking broad swashes of our neighborhoods, as evidenced by the proposed extensions of Park Slope’s and Carroll Gardens’s historic districts. Comments (1)
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Mean Streets: A city plan for new bike lanes to the Ikea superstore would be so “dangerous” according to the store’s manager that he’s threatening to renege on some promises to the community if the project goes forward. Comments (22)

Cyclones fall to Renegades — but retain first place

Cyclones: An all-around lousy night upstate. Comment

‘Ultimate’ fighter! Lawmaker’s bill to legalize blood sports moves ahead in Albany!

Greenpoint: Getting a bill passed through Albany these days may be tougher than beating Chuck Liddell in a mixed martial arts match — but not if the bill could bring Ultimate Fighting Championship events to Brooklyn! Comment

From the mailbag: More bike lane controversy — and other city slams

Letters: After witnessing yet another neighborhood car collision — this one at the corner of Sterling Place and Fifth Avenue — I opened up my recent issue of your newspaper, and came upon the latest in a series of letters I have read in these pages complaining about the new bike lanes on Prospect Park West (“Bozo bikers,” Letters, June 11). Comment

It’s Monday Night Live at Littlefield

Nightlife: Big laughs come to Littlefield this month. Comment

From our sister publication — disgust for Slope bikers!

Mean Streets: We don’t always agree with our friends and colleagues at Courier-Life, but everyone is talking about the Prospect Park West bike lane, so we thought we’d give the Courier editorial board a chance to weigh in, too. Comments (17)

Roofus: Double-D pool closure is a genuine tragedy

Cartoon: This week, Roofus goes earnest on us, taking a look at the city’s closure of the Double-D pool. Comments (2)

Foes: New loft law will speed gentrification in Williamsburg

Williamsburg: Gov. Paterson signed legislation on Monday to require illegally converted loft buildings to get up to code — a move that could make such residences safer, but at the same time could result in higher rents that will push out Williamsburg’s artists and the industries they live near. Comments (12)

Holy shirt! NY Times threatens DUMBO biz over logo

DUMBO: The Old Gray Lady sure is cranky! Comments (8)

Danger zone! Getting to the new Pier 6 is no joyride

Mean Streets: When it comes to Brooklyn Bridge Park’s new Pier 6 playground, getting there is none of the fun. Comments (9)
Mean Streets: The new Prospect Park West bike lane is so controversial that it has caused a war between the neighborhood’s icons of self-righteousness — parents and cyclists. Comments (40)

Cyclones sweep the Ironbirds!

Cyclones: A two-game sweep of the McNamara Division rivals. Comment

The Backman is magic

Cyclones: Meet the Cyclones new manager, Wally Backman. Comment
Park Slope: Brian Mitchell of Ladder 122 checks his gear after he and a crew of 60 firefighters beat back an all-hands blaze on 10th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues on June 22. Comments (12)
DUMBO: DUMBO’s Pearl Street Triangle — which is as beloved as it is mocked — would become a pedestrian oasis complete with movie screenings and ample seating under a visionary plan put forth by three architects. Comment

Bay Ridge to city: No more bike lanes!

Mean Streets: Fed up with a city that is forcing bike lanes down the throat of neighborhoods that don’t want them, a local panel voted on Monday against a plan to give space to pedal pushers in two new lanes on Bay Ridge Parkway and Shore Road. Comments (27)

Pols on BQE repairs: Our way is the highway!

Mean Streets: A state plan that could rip out a portion of historic Brooklyn Heights to repair the aging Brooklyn-Queens Expressway is nine miles of bad road, local pols said this week. Comments (1)

Protestors: Save our vital (and always empty) bus lines!

Downtown: An MTA plan to cut a key Brooklyn-to-Manhattan bus line would leave disabled people stranded, handicapped people and their supporters charged on Tuesday afternoon. Comments (5)
Books: David Gallaher’s three-bedroom apartment in Ditmas Park and Steve Ellis’s two-family row house in Kensington are separated by only a few blocks. But sometimes the comic book creators are worlds apart. Comment
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Cyclones beat the Ironbirds!

Cyclones: After trouncing the Yankees, the Cyclones now own first place. Comment

Williamsburg Walks returns this weekend

Shopping: Reclaim the streets! Comment
Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: A Williamsburg lawmaker slammed the Domino Sugar redevelopment plan as too big and too expensive for a neighborhood already burdened by packed subways and gentification. Comments (19)

Two scary shootings

Fort Greene: Lots of bloodshed lead the blotter this week. Plus all the other crime news from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Comments (2)
Development: But the borough president is defiant: the shows will go on! Comments (8)

Rad trad! Irish Music Festival at Floyd Bennett Field this weekend

Music: Irish music isn’t just fiddles and jigs in 2/4 time. The scene is actually much more diverse, with influences of hip-hop, reggae and jazz finding their way into many modern bands. Comment

Echos of Smartmom’s life in ‘Toy Story’

Smartmom: You would have thought they’d be tired. Indeed, the humidity was incredibly high and the family had spent much of the day outside. Smartmom trudged up and down Seventh Avenue for the street fair, the Oh So Feisty One was out with her friends; Hepcat went to see the Red Bull air races in New Jersey. Comments (1)

Kickball shocker! Sadewitz is injured!

Greenpoint: It was a kickball weekend filled with the thrill of victory and the agony of victory. Comment

Walk the line! Take Philippe Petit’s high-wire class

Williamsburg: The man who captured the world’s attention when he walked between the Twin Towers on nothing but an inch-thick steel cable is about to give a master class so you can do the same someday. Comments (2)

Get ready to pay more for meter parking in Park Slope

Mean Streets: The cost of peak-hour meter parking in Park Slope will go up 33 percent — and the hours that are considered peak could increase under a city plan announced on Thursday night. Comments (5)
Beer trucks will no longer ply quaint Columbia Street and will travel along the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway for at least the next six months, city and state officials announced this week. Comments (1)

Yanks finally beat the Cyclones

Cyclones: Well, two out of three in the opening series ain’t bad. Comment
Mean Streets: You’re taking your life in your own hands when trying to enter Pier 1 of Brooklyn Bridge Park — and developers say it’ll be two more weeks before it’s safe. Comment

Lobster shift! Waterfront Book Festival celebrates maritime literature

Books: The waterfront has long been a source of inspiration for Brooklyn writers, from Walt Whitman to Budd Schulberg. Comment
Art: MF Gallery is the death metal band of Brooklyn art showrooms — it specializes in loud pieces that would be right at home on a Harley, or as a tattoo on the rider’s arm. Comment
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Marty: How about ‘Adopt-a-Pool’?

Meadows of Shame: The Beep hopes to find a corporate sponsor to get a beloved public pool in the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn off the mayor’s budgetary hit list. Comments (6)
Cyclones: The 2010 season has opened with a road and a home win against the Baby Bombers! Comment
Boerum Hill: The city is inching ahead with a plan to rezone Boerum Hill, the last remaining neighborhood in the so-called “Brownstone belt” that has not gotten new restrictions for out-of-scale residential development. Comments (1)

Cyclones take season opener from hated Yankees!

Cyclones: The 2010 season opens with a big win against a hated team in a reviled stadium in a repugnant borough. The home opener is tonight in Coney Island. Comment

This coffee place makes a heckuva sandwich!

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Go for the Fair Trade java, stay for the sandwich at Crop to Cup. Comments (2)
Mean Streets: Two vehicles collided in a spectacular crash on Smith Street yesterday, causing this 1999 Ford to flip over. Comments (6)

It’s bar-mageddon! Proposal would close roofs and patios at 11 pm

Nightlife: The city that supposedly never sleeps apparently wants to get some shuteye at 11 pm. Comments (6)
This is a great police sting story! Comments (2)
The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The Brooklyn Museum has faced a barrage of criticism for going too commercial — but that’s the perfect time to trot out the most commercial artist in American history: Andy Warhol. Comments (1)

The Domino Sugar plan — good for Brooklyn? Two views

The Domino Sugar plan — good for Brooklyn? Two views

Perspective: Developers of the Domino Sugar refinery along the Williamsburg waterfront say their $1.2-billion project will restore a hulking wreck while also opening up the East River to residents. Opponents say that the project’s 2,200 units will overwhelm and already overcrowded neighborhood. Who’s right? Click below for the dueling op-ed pieces.
Meadows of Shame: The hot metal play domes that caused such a ruckus when they scalded children during the opening days of the Pier 1 section of Brooklyn Bridge Park earlier this month, have been placed off limits. Comments (1)

A ‘formula’ crime

Prospect Heights: Thieves bust into a deli and steal cash and baby formula! Plus all the other news from Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comment
Park Slope: That’s the overheated battle between Cafe Martin and Cafe Regular in Park Slope. Comments (2)

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