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Post-racial? No way, says documentary

There’s a line forming for a new controversial movie — at the library. Comment

Wild ride — new documentary takes viewers through tangled Coney revitalization process

Cinema: Will Bredderman: So, congratulations on the film finally opening — but why not in Brooklyn? Comments (3)

Henceforth, it is Carmine’s pleasure to serve you

Sunday Screech: This week, Carmine changes his tune. Comments (3)

Carmine never goes out of style

Big Screecher: Henceforth, Carmine will be an absolute pleasure to read. Comment

Brooklyn Collegiate deserves respect

High School Sports: It’s time to give the Brooklyn Collegiate girls basketball team the respect it has earned. Comment

Lewd laureates

Lewd laureates

Books: What does $5 get you in a DUMBO cathouse — a poem job. Comments (1)

Park Slope kids excel at improv

Park Slope: A hip theater company may be training the kids to be the poor struggling actors of tomorrow, but they’re all having a good time doing it. Comment

Stranded boat falls through the cracks

Mill Basin: Flatbush Avenue’s newest roadside attraction — an abandoned motorboat — could be there to stay. Comment

Brooklyn College is no place for an anti-Israel rally

A Britisher’s View: Brooklyn College is in a lowly class of its own for welcoming pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel rabble-rousers on campus, writes our columnist. Comment

True grit at the museum: New sculptures pay tribute to Williamsburg Murals of ’30s

Art: When the going gets tough, the tough get sculpting. Comments (1)

Fender defender! Gentile fights to keep board chair parking perk

Bay Ridge: Councilman Vincent Gentile is gearing up for a head-on collision with the mayor over parking permits for community board chairs — questioning hizzoner’s grip on reality — and civilian parking advocates are on the Bay Ridge pol’s side! Comments (15)

MakerBot moves Downtown

Downtown: The Tech Triangle Initiative, which aims to woo technology companies to Downtown, sites MakerBot’s arrival at Metrotech as a coup. Comments (6)

The F express makes a surprise return!

Weekend Watch: MTA throws a few curves, gives a few gifts for Superbowl weekend. Comment

From foul to fowl

Bushwick: There will soon be more chickens clucking ironically in Bushwick. Comments (15)

Locals: Redistricting Commission whitewashed dissent

Sheepshead Bay: The aim is to create a “Super Russian” Council district in Sheepshead Bay, but some locals say the tactics smack of the old Soviet Union. Comment

Chocolate maker moving

DUMBO: Parting is such sweet sorrow – especially when it’s Jacques Torres who’s leaving. Comments (1)

Pols lash out at pro-Palestine event at Brooklyn College

A college-sponsored lecture with two prominent Palestinian-rights advocates is ruffling feathers in Flatbush Comments (64)

Middle school spellers

Middle school scholars competed at the Bay Academy’s district-level spelling bee on Jan. 28, with nine E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T students spelling their way to the city-wide championship. Comment
It’s Hinsch’s 3.0! Comments (10)
Page 1: Remember the first time you saw a newspaper? Maybe it was laying there silently, sitting on its head, its cute bottom, with its important features, sticking out. Or maybe it was screaming at you from above the fold, demanding your attention now, now, NOW! in hopes that you would never let it out of your sight. And remember the first time you fell asleep with it by your side, the two of you, wondering where the day went as you drifted into slumberland. We remember. And we know that everytime you pick up the latest edition of The Brooklyn Paper, you get that warm, fuzzy feeling all over again. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Kingsborough student takes off after slashing schoolmate on bus

Brighton Beach: Authorities are seeking a college slasher after he assaulted a fellow student on the bus. Comment
Dining: It may be a vegan contest, but expect the competition to be bloodthirsty. Comments (11)

The good, the sick, and the Elvis

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie figures a day of rest might not be so bad. Comments (1)

Deck the living room — all year long!

Not for Nuthin’: Yule be glad that you left the Christmas tree up, sez our columnist, hoping to start a new, year-round trend. Comment
Standing O: Yippee, a new TD Bank has opened, the 100th no less, and guess who was on hand to celebrate? Standing O and Borough President Markowitz. Comment

Neighbors blast loud bar, lame authorities

Mill Basin: Who does the State Liquor Authority answer to? Not the people, according to Mill Basin residents who have been complaining about the same bar and lounge for five years. Comment

The bell tolls for the Nets

The bell tolls for the Nets

Nets: It’s February, and the NBA’s schedule makers may have had it in for our Brooklyn boys. There won’t be too many cellar dwellers to pounce on this time of year — only the cream of the crop. Click below to see how our columnists sort it all out.

The Brooklyns tough schedule could prove they belong

Front Court: It wasn’t the best week for Brooklyn. First, this column’s favorite big man, Brook Lopez, was the recipient of the biggest All-Star snub in history, when the coaches selected the heat’s Chris Bosh in his stead. Lopez deserves to be there on his own merit — and not just because Rajon Rondo has pulled a muscle. Comments (1)

February will tell the tale of our Nets

Back Court: The Nets have already defeated tough opponents including the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Indiana Pacers, and the Los Angeles Clippers during the course of this season, leading many Brooklynites to conclude this team is for real. Comments (1)
Bushwick: Narwhal Brewery gives up the fight with Sierra Nevada but keeps its libation leviathan-themed. Comments (56)

Food co-op in crisis! Seeking funds, Bushwich business may ask members to be more cooperative

Shopping: The Bushwick Food Co-op is considering a plan to charge members $100 to shop at the market. Comments (18)

Hospital may be sold

Hospital may be sold

Cobble Hill: The State University of New York Downstate Medical Center has found a possible cure for its massive financial headache: shutting Long Island College Hospital and selling the property for a cool half-billion. Comments (16)

King’s big fourth quarter not enough for St. Edmund

St. Edmund’s Altine King is not quite fit to rule over the court — at least not yet. Comment

Demoted Xaverian football faces tough rebuilding process

Recently hired Xaverian football coach Mike Jioia faces a rebuilding job in a new league format because of losses to graduation and more key players potentially leaving the school. Comment

Water Table: full steam ahead

Dining: The Water Table, a dinner boat that aspiring restaurateur Kelli Farwell plans to dock off of Greenpoint, is going full steam ahead despite falling short of her $60,000 fundraising goal. Comments (2)

Tea Partier says it’s time to toss Councilman Gentile overboard

Bay Ridge: Andy Sullivan has been a bar owner, blogger, construction superintendent on the new Freedom Tower, and Tea Party activist — and he hopes to add New York City councilman from Bay Ridge and Bensonhurst […] Comments (3)

Rack Rancor: new city bike rack reveals neighborhood tension in Crown Heights

Crown Heights: The city has taken away a parking space on Franklin Avenue for a bike corral — and some residents are starting a petition to have it removed. Comments (42)

G-lightful! MTA to consider service improvements for Brooklyn Local

Save the G: It’s official: Transit bigwigs have finally noticed that the G train is awesome — and that it needs to be awesomer. Comments (15)

Brooklyn DA: No plea deal for drivers in 93 Lounge rundown

Bay Ridge: The drunk drivers who allegedly ran down four other revelers early on New Year’s Day outside a controversial Ridge nightclub won’t get off easy, says Brooklyn’s top lawman. Comments (1)
Downtown: The National Rifle Association has a tough new opponent: the Mom lobby. Comments (2)
Dining: This Bushwick gourmet start-up takes the shopping out of cooking to help foodies cook like a Top Chef. Comments (1)
Bay Ridge: The biggest names in the borough paid tribute to the growing Bay Ridge Community Council at the civic association’s annual luncheon on Jan. 26. Comment

Escaped murder suspect nabbed

Park Slope: A Park Slope homicide suspect’s day-long bathroom break is over, police said. Comment

Cruise ships, Key West, and Hillary Clinton

It’s Only My Opinion: This week, our columnist discusses Hil’s spill. Comment

DA Hynes: Six million counterfeit cigarettes from China seized

Detectives with the Brooklyn district attorney’s office seized more than 30,000 cartons of counterfeit cigarettes from a Borough Park warehouse Thursday night. Comments (6)

Feel Disney on Ice!

Feel Disney on Ice!

Kids from Helen Keller Services for the Blind got to truly experience the Barclays show Comments (4)
Sunset Park: A time capsule found at Green-Wood Cemetary held a stash of books – all ruined by water damage. Comments (1)
High School Sports: Bishop Loughlin’s loss to the Royals on Friday night was a tough one for the team to swallow. Comment
Cleaning Our Waterways: We usually don’t do this, but we’re re-running Friday’s dolphin story, updated for our Sunday morning audience. Comments (31)

Feds: Apply for assistance before Feb. 27

Superstorm Sandy victims have another month to register for government assistance. Comment
Canarsie: A bus driver ran down a woman in Canarsie this morning, killing her instantly as her loving husband looked on. Comment

Fort Hamilton honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with march on grounds

Harbor Watch: Army personnel and civilians honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with march on base grounds on Jan. 17. Comment
Our pals at BrooklynPaper.com have the whole story on today’s terrible dolphin death. Check it out. Read more…
Marine Park: The pipes froze inside Marine Park’s temporary, and oft-vandalized bathrooms, but experts say this time wild animals are to blame, not humans. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: Who will clean up Plumb Beach now that Sherlock Litter is gone? Comment
Mean Streets: Some South Williamsburg residents are wary about a new pedestrian plaza the city plans for Broadway, saying it will make an already-hectic stretch of road even worse. Comments (68)

The ‘Kings’ is coming back! Really!

Kings County will again have a theater fitting of its name Comments (3)

The dough rises! Leske’s Bakery to open second location in Park Slope

Park Slope: Park Slope is about get a taste of Bay Ridge. Comments (1)

Blackbirds bounce back against Terriers

Long Island University came back against rival and host St. Francis College to pull off a 78–68 victory. Comment

Trains on the brain

Trains on the brain

Brooklyn Heights: Could you name the world’s highest subway station? Do you know the shape cut out of the last New York subway tokens? Comments (1)

Cops: Murder suspect on the loose!

Prospect Heights: An alleged murderer escaped from police custody this morning. Comment

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