The humongous red-capped reality-TV-star-turned-Carroll Gardens-mascot died last month of a severed head. He was one year old. Comments (4)
Judging by the menu, it really is Brooklyn’s arena. Comments (23)
It’s tough out there for news readers — but unlike our opponents, The Brooklyn Paper has a plan that will get Brooklyn-produced journalism back on the path to prosperity, The idea is simple: first, we produce the best content, informing and inspiring a generation of news consumers. Second, we do it for free. That’s right — there’s absolutely no tax to the reader. The whole thing reminds us of the time we met a woman in Carroll Gardens who said she wished there were more places she could read local news at all hours of the day, on the internet, and for free. Our plan would help hard-working, news-loving Brooklynites like her. A click on our story is a click on the American dream.
Thank you, Jim, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn. Comment
Sweater weather is noodle-slurping season — and with ramen shops popping up across the borough, Japan’s comfort food is the perfect cure for the cold. Comments (21)
This week, our fearless mom comes to terms with her Jewishness. Comments (2)
An old factory-turned-skate park is once again finding new life serving as the venue for a month-long series of art installations, music, and parties. Comment