A Windsor Terrace man found himself under lock and beside key-cutting machine when a hardware store employee closed up shop for a prayer break, trapping the unlucky customer inside. Comments (7)
A powerful storm ripped through Brooklyn Wednesday afternoon — making the blocks surrounding the Gowanus Canal look more like the canals of Venice. Comments (12)
Remember newspapers back in the day? The great stories, the gray-scale photos, the narrow columns packed with multi-deck sub-heds, and the low cost? Now imagine all of that history and heritage, modernized for our current times.
Behold The Brooklyn Paper — published free in print and online for your convenience and enjoyment. Thanks for reading, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment
A heartless thug stole a pit bull left outside a Bushwick bodega, according to the pup’s owner, who has been leading a frantic dog-hunt across the borough since Monday night. Comments (6)
The Brooklyn Museum is lending its walls to disabled artists – giving visitors a unique perspective on the struggles and achievements of an under-appreciated group of artists. Comment
The NY–Penn League-leading Tri-City ValleyCats shredded the Cyclones pitching staff and snuffed out a seventh inning rally to take the season’s first match up between the squads. Comment
This week, The Dad tries to figure out how he would feel if his child commits murder. Comment