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Music: The Marine Park Alliance finally found someone. Someone to share the Carmine Carro Community Center stage. They finally found the one. To be with every night (but mostly the night of July 27). Comment

Party like it’s 2007! Event celebrates golden years of Myspace

Nightlife: This Glasslands Gallery show is in our top eight. Comments (2)

Cirque du stroll-eil!

Cirque du stroll-eil!

Theater: This sidewalk-inspired circus show is anything but pedestrian. Comment

Cirque du stroll-eil!

Cirque du stroll-eil!

Theater: This sidewalk-inspired circus show is anything but pedestrian. Comment

Party like it’s 2007! Event celebrates golden years of Myspace

Nightlife: This Glasslands Gallery show is in our top eight. Comment
Music: The Marine Park Alliance finally found someone. Someone to share the Carmine Carro Community Center stage. They finally found the one. To be with every night (but mostly the night of July 27). Comment

Blunt talking: Jonathan Ames to open up on-air

Event: The Boerum Hill writer talks “Bored to Death,” his grandma, and Patrick Stewart. Comment

Clinton Hill doc’s new book explains the ‘Truman Show Delusion’

Books: Ever feel like your life is a TV show? You are not alone. Comment

Clinton Hill doc’s new book explains the ‘Truman Show Delusion’

Books: Ever feel like your life is a TV show? You are not alone. Comments (2)

Sound Off to the Editor

Letters: Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment

Carmine murders his mother tongue, and cheers on a local opera star!

Big Screecher: This week, it’s the best of both worlds for the Screecher! Comment

‘Zumba Daddy’ sets sights on outdoor world record

Coney Island: This will be one for the record books. Comment
Music: It is life imitating art imitating alien life. Comment
Music: It is life imitating art imitating alien life. Comments (2)

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: Brooklyn Flea’s Ice Cream Bonanza, the Busker Ball, the best Beatles tribute band, and more things to see and do in Brooklyn July 18–24. Comment

Walking on Third Ave. sunshine

Bay Ridge Nights: The Summer Stroll on Third Avenue is back, and don’t it feel good? Comment

Parks and recitation

Parking is such sweet sorrow: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in a car park

Theater: Forget Shakespeare in the park — this is Shakespeare in the parking lot. Comment

Parking is such sweet sorrow: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in a car park

Theater: Forget Shakespeare in the park — this is Shakespeare in the parking lot. Comment

Shakespeare in the park shows around Brooklyn

Theater: The hills are alive with the sound of iambic pentameter. Comment

Shakespeare in the park shows around Brooklyn

Theater: The hills are alive with the sound of iambic pentameter. Comment

Bartoonist hits the sweet spot

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator checks out the kicked-up classic cocktails at Williamsburg’s Sugarburg. Comments (4)

Walking on Third Ave. sunshine

Bay Ridge Nights: The Summer Stroll on Third Avenue is back in Bay Ridge on July 18, and our pals at BrooklynDaily.com have all the details! Read more…

New municipal identification cards legalize illegals

A Britisher’s View: The city’s new municipal identification cards allow illegal immigrants to live with “peace of mind,” says Mayor DeBlasio. But what about their crime victims, asks our columnist. Comment

Will Mike Conforto be the straw that stirs the drink?

Brooke Lynn at Bat: The Mets front office has stepped up to the plate by signing slugging outfielder Mike Conforto for $2.97 millions — a move that could end with a championship in Brooklyn, says our columnist. Comment

‘Zumba Daddy’ sets sights on outdoor world record

It will be one for the books, he hopes. Comments (1)

Filmmaker raises eyebrows in Ridge’s Muslim community

Bay Ridge: A filmmaker is in Bay Ridge casting Arabic-speaking families for a human rights film, but some area Muslims fear the production will be a smear job against Islam. Comment

Hellions on wheels

Coney Island: Saturday is your last chance this year to cheer on Brooklyn’s home team — in roller derby. Comment

Country road: G’point musician has love, will travel

Music: Melaena Cadiz just can’t wait to get on the road again. Comment

Country road: G’point musician has love, will travel

Music: Melaena Cadiz just can’t wait to get on the road again. Comment

Body found in tub of bleach

Coney Island: Police discovered the body of a 54-year-old man soaking in a bathtub full of bleach on July 12. Comment
Dining: Santa is coming early to Brooklyn — and he is bringing beer. Comment
Dining: Santa is coming early to Brooklyn — and he is bringing beer. Comment
Digital editions: You know what’s coming! Yep, we’re serving up this one right down the middle. We’re not putting any mustard on it, and we’re certainly not going to give you any cheese. So don’t be afraind to step up to the plate and take a couple hacks. We’re confident you’ll hit it out of the park. Or at least double down the line. So keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Steph gets wild — with a guide, of course

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie decides she’d rather live in the great outdoors than eat at Burger King. Comment

Wounded Warrior softball game should be annual event

Joe Knows: There are plenty of distractions in our world — bills to pay, parties to attend, and jobs to do. Sometimes you need a stark jolt to make you look up and see what’s really going on. Comment

Councilman tweets photo with anti-gay rapper Lord Jamar

Politics: Councilman and avowed hip–hop fan Jumaane Williams raised eyebrows over the weekend when he tweeted a photo of himself with the old-school MC who has gone on a one-man crusade against gay influence in rap. Comments (9)

Handguns, heroin, and four-wheelers in Fort Greene bust

Fort Greene: A police raid on a storage unit in Fort Greene on Monday led to the arrest of three men and the seizure of several guns, more than a dozen all-terrain vehicles, and a whole bunch of hard drugs, according to the authorities. Comments (3)

Book binding! Activists say Hook library art-space deal squeezes the public

Red Hook: A plan to rent out a big chunk of the Red Hook library branch that would close the prose depot for at least eight months is an unnecessary privatization of public reading space, say bookworms who plan to pack public hearings next week and voice their opposition. Comments (18)

Marni Kotak will go off her meds for new performance piece

Art: A lot of art is created under the influence of drugs — this piece is attempting the opposite. Comments (8)

Book binding! Activists say Hook library art-space deal squeezes the public

Red Hook: A plan to rent out a big chunk of the Red Hook library branch that would close the prose palace for at least eight months is an unnecessary privatization of public reading space, say bookworms who plan to pack public hearings next week and voice their opposition. Comment

From Russia, with love! Band pays tribute to iconic Soviet rock group

Music: Beat the summer heat with a taste of the Cold War. Comment

From Russia, with love! Band pays tribute to iconic Soviet rock group

Music: Beat the summer heat with a taste of the Cold War. Comment
Marine Park: The LoziLu Women’s Mud Run at Aviator Sports and Events on July 12 was filled with estrogen, obstacles, and — of course — mud. Comment

Camping in the city

Marine Park: The Family Camping event at the Salt Marsh Nature Center in Marine Park gave families a chance to escape the city without actually leaving it. Comment
Dance: Third Rail Projects’ new show explores the horror of the family camping trip through contemporary dance and ’70s music. Comment
Dance: Third Rail Projects’ new show explores the horror of the family camping trip through contemporary dance and ’70s music. Comment
Boerum Hill: The French holiday came to Smith Street a day early, and it was a blast. If you don’t believe us, take a look at our slideshow of the festivities. Comment

In case you missed it: The story of the Brighton Beach swastika plane

The strange tale of how a UFO-worshipping group that wants to “reclaim” the swastika ruined a lot of people’s day at the beach is over at BrooklynDaily.com. Read more…
Theater: It was the party of the century — the 19th century. Comment

Nets nix the Knight

Prospect Heights: Brooklyn’s home team has put its mascot out to pasture. Comment

Jo reveals the Hobby Lobby folly

Not for Nuthin’: This week, our columnist defends women’s right to choose. Comment

Police: Corpse found in East River next to Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Heights: Officers say they discovered the man’s body floating near Pier 6 this morning. Comment

Flatbush Avenue jaywalk ends in death

Mean Streets: A Staten Island woman died on Monday night when a driver hit her on Flatbush Avenue near the Prospect Park Zoo, police said. Comments (21)
Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge hosted a softball game over the weekend to honor those who went to bat for our country. Comment

Bizarre banner flies swastika over Brighton Beach

Brighton Beach: A sunny day turned dark when a plane pulling a swastika banner flew over Coney Island and Brighton Beach on July 12. Comment
Fashion: Get some booty for your booty. Comments (2)

Mill Basin fire injures Bravest

Mill Basin: A house fire in Mill Basin caused minor injuries for a firefighter on July 14. Comment

Bike bandit strikes Dyker

Dyker Heights: Police are searching for a man suspected of stealing a bicycle from a 64th Street garage in Dyker Heights. Comments (8)

Bike bandit strikes Dyker

Dyker Heights: Police are searching for a man suspected of stealing a bicycle from a 64th Street garage in Dyker Heights. Comment

Loss drops Clones below .500

The Ride: A fog-shortened shut out, and now a losing record. Comment
Theater: It was the party of the century — the 19th century. Comments (1)

Block party blowout for Red Hook

Red Hook: A group of local businesses, artists and merchants gathered along the Red Hook waterfront on July 12 to celebrate the neighborhood and the people that make it special. Comments (1)

Rhyme time! Jay Z makes surprise showing amid B’klyn rap round-robin

Music: Brooklyn was most definitely in the house at this weekend’s hip-hop festival. Comment

Nets nix the Knight

Prospect Heights: Brooklyn’s home team has put its mascot out to pasture. Comment

Police: Corpse found in East River next to Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Heights: Officers say they discovered the man’s body floating near Pier 6 this morning. Comments (7)

City flushes solution to Oceana toilet troubles

Brighton Beach: The Parks Department says it will not use unspent state funds to relocate the elevated public restrooms being built in front of the Oceana condominiums. Comment

Fat funds for fixing Ridge parks

Bay Ridge: It’s game, set and match for long-awaited repairs to Bay Ridge parks. Comment

Fat funds for fixing Ridge parks

Bay Ridge: It’s game, set and match for long-awaited repairs to Bay Ridge parks. Comments (4)
Williamsburg: Mayor DeBlasio attended Williamsburg’s annual procession of the statue of the Lady of Mount Carmel on Sunday, and, though he made a show of lending a hand in lifting the massive icon, he didn’t exactly put his back into it. Comment
Fort Greene: It looks too good to be true, and it is. Comments (2)

More numbers from Stan

It’s Only My Opinion: Our columnist lays it out for you so you can do the math. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: The new roller rink at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 2 officially opened last Friday, drawing hundreds of skaters young and old to get their glide on. Comments (1)
Boerum Hill: The French holiday came to Smith Street a day early, and it was a blast. If you don’t believe us, take a look at our slideshow of the festivities. Comments (4)

Park Slope’s next top dog model

Event: Freddy’s Bar is hosting a doggie fashion show on July 18. Comment

Park Slope’s next top dog model

Event: Freddy’s Bar is hosting a doggie fashion show on July 18. Comments (2)

Against Tigers, Cyclones not so grrrrreat

The Ride: Our boys have now lost four in a row! Comment

Wassa matta! Youse don’t tink Carmine speaks good Italian?

Sunday Screech: This week, the Screecher murders his mother tongue, and cheers on a little opera singer! Comments (1)

Cyclones fall again!

The Ride: This time, a pitcher walked in the winning run! Comment

Police: Help us find this armed-robbery suspect

Fort Greene: Police are looking for help finding this robbery suspect. Comments (1)

School’s out! Cyclones again lose to State College

The Ride: The eggheads at State College beat our beloved Boys of Summer! Comment
Art: Whether the goats who came to eat the clover planted in a John Street lot yesterday are headed for the halal aisle or an urban farm, their time is running out. Comments (4)

Police on Fort Greene, Clinton Hill burglaries: Don’t be a victim

Fort Greene: Most of the thefts in the rash of break-ins last week could have been prevented had people locked their car doors and apartment windows, according to the commanding officer of the 88th Precinct. Comments (8)

Clones bat relatively silent

The Ride: Fact is, one run is rarely enough. Comment

Brownsville boxer Jacobs to compete for world title at Barclays Center

Danny Jacobs wants to add winning a world championship in his hometown to his already fairytale-like return to boxing. Comment

NBA dream on hold for former Bishop Ford star Williams

Chaz Williams has waited all his life for his chance to play in the NBA, but the former Bishop Ford and UMass star is still waiting for a team to take a chance on him. Comment

Cops: Help catch these Ridge thieves

Bay Ridge: Police are searching for two suspects in connection with a pair of purse snatchings in Bay Ridge. Comment

Cops: Help catch these Ridge thieves

Bay Ridge: Police are searching for two suspects in connection with a pair of purse snatchings in Bay Ridge. Comment

Now for sale at Bushwick flea market: Punk records and zines

Shopping: Young artists are setting up shop in a flea market in Bushwick that for years has been the exclusive domain of vendors selling discount clothes, DVDs, and secondhand sneakers. Comment

Cyclones pitchers spike Spikes

The Ride: The Clones’ arms have done it again! Comment

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