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Books: She is not only the hero Gotham deserves, but she is also the one it needs right now. Comments (1)
Books: She is not only the hero Gotham deserves, but she is also the one it needs right now. Comment

Short film explores love and loss in Prospect Park

Cinema: Prospect Park is ready for its close-up. Comment

Short film explores love and loss in Prospect Park

Cinema: Prospect Park is ready for its close-up. Comment

Sound Off to the Editor

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

Sharon’s got a cut, and I pay the price!

Big Screecher: This week the Screecher brings you national, local, adn family news! Comment

What to read this week

Books: Neighborhood booksellers give their top picks of new literature. Comment

What to read this week

Books: Neighborhood booksellers give their top picks of new literature. Comment
Nightlife: Sing along to ’90s alt-rock, run a 5K dressed as Batman, learn the dirty secrets of Prospect Park, and other great things to do in Brooklyn Nov. 14–18. Comment
Dining: It was one small step for pizza, and one giant leap for pizza delivery. Comment
Dining: Stuff this in your pie-hole. Comment
Dining: Learn the science behind perfect pies at these classes in Brooklyn. Comment

Take it to the Bay Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: For those about to rock in Bay Ridge this weekend, we salute you! Comment
BoroBeat: Neighbors and pols gathered in Carroll Gardens on Tuesday morning to pay their respects to military veterans on Veterans Day. Comment

Then& Now a familiy’s legacy

Airman 1st Class Christopher McGaughran, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, SD discovered that his grandfather was among a small group of Americans who joined the Canadian military to thwart the tyranny of Nazi Germany prior to America entering World War II. Comment
Event: Things are coming up daffodils in Cadman Plaza next year. Comment

Christian mercy v. Muslim spite

A Britisher’s View: A Staten Island judge showed a Muslim con clemency on the same week that a mob of Muslims burned alive a Christian couple on trumped up charges of blasphemy, exposing the devastating divide between Christian charity and Muslim cruelty, writes our columnist. Comment

Cops: Help find robbers

Sheepshead Bay: Police are looking for the two men they say robbed a senior citizen in Sheepshead Bay on Nov. 10. Comment

Trump going ‘upscale’

Sheepshead Bay: The plans for the redevelopment of Trump Village Shopping Center are finally becoming clearer, but residents still don’t like the picture. Comment

Veterans of 1970s Bushwick discuss burning questions

Event: A fire marshall, a tenant lawyer, and a displaced resident walk into a panel discussion... Comment

Veterans of 1970s Bushwick discuss burning questions

Event: A fire marshal, a tenant lawyer, and a displaced resident walk into a panel discussion... Comments (2)

In the labo-robot-ory: Tech company developing automated biology tools

Circuit Lord: This startup wants to give scientists a hand — a robotic hand. Comments (2)

Great Gil Scott! P’Slope author pens bio of legendary poet

Books: This reading will not be televised. Comment

Great Gil Scott! P’Slope author pens bio of legendary poet

Books: This reading will not be televised. Comment

Sports, and the rules fo the game

The Dad: This week, the Dad thinks back to a time — his — when being an athlete meant more than just winning. Comment

Nets’ prognosis: Meh-gative

Flagrant Fowl: The bench is hot but the big names are lukewarm so far this season, our curmudgeonly basketball columnist writes. Comment
Digital editions: Beat up little pigeon. On a marble stair. Trying to find the ocean. Lookin’ everywhere. Hard times in the city. In a hard town by the sea. Ain’t nowhere to run to. There ain’t nothin’ here for free. High-rise on the corner. Above a convenient train. Drunk lyin’ on the sidewalk. Sleepin’ in the rain. And they hide their faces. And they shade their eyes. Cause the borough’s hustlin’. And they don’t know why. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Pinkston prepared to lead Villanova in senior season

Joe Knows: JayVaughn Pinkston knows how lucky he is to be entering his senior season playing basketball for Villanova. Comment
Roster turnover and injuries turned Long Island University’s men’s basketball team from three-time defending conference champions to a club that won just nine games overall last year, but the Blackbirds’ skipper believes the program has started the rebuilding process this year, with a strong group of newcomers joining a veteran core. Comment

Greenpointers: City installing homeless shelter in ‘dead of night’

Greenpoint: The city is rushing to open a new homeless shelter in Greenpoint to avoid answering to opponents in the community, according to neighbors and a local pol. Comments (13)

Dog-jacked!

Mill Basin: A cold-hearted crook stole a Mill Basin woman’s car on Nov. 7 while her precious puppy was curled up inside. Comment
Marine Park: Aviator Sports and Events Center is teaming up with the Toys for Tots Foundation again this year to collect donated toys for less fortunate children from Nov. 10 through Dec. 14. Comment

Activists: Brooklyn Bridge Park honchos lying about finances

Bridge ‘Park’: Brooklyn Bridge Park has enough money coming in to be paid for forever and plans for two more residential towers on the park should be scrapped, according to activists, citing a newly released analysis of the park’s finances. Comments (8)

Sacrifices remembered

Sacrifices remembered

Bergen Beach: America’s heroes will never be forgotten in Bergen Beach. Comment
Sunset Park: A long-delayed waterfront green space is finally open at the old Bush Terminal Market site. Comments (2)
A long-delayed waterfront green space is finally open at the old Bush Terminal Market site. Comment

Everybody was kung fu fighting

Marine Park: Martial arts maestros sparred with competitors at the New York Challenge martial arts tournament on Nov. 9 at Aviator Sports and Events Center. Comment
Weird Art: Fifty artists have created weird and wonderful dolls for a show inspired by an un-merry holiday season 50 years ago. Comment
Coney Island: The Bolts scored three touchdowns in less than 30 seconds in the final quarter against the Florida Blacktips, leaving Brooklyn’s hometown football team undefeated for the season. Comment

Drone delivery a pizza-lover’s dream come true

Not for Nuthin’: This week, Jo’s mouth is watering over a new way to get a piping hot meal. Comment

B is for book fair! Brooklyn Museum to host 30 children’s authors

Books: Move over, Alphabet City! Comment
BoroBeat: Neighbors and pols gathered in Carroll Gardens on Tuesday morning to pay their respects to military veterans on Veterans Day. Comments (2)

B is for book fair! Brooklyn Museum to host 30 children’s authors

Books: Move over, Alphabet City! Comment
Event: Things are coming up daffodils in Cadman Plaza next year. Comment
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Kitten rescued from car engine

Sheepshead Bay: Locals rejoiced when a tiny kitten was rescued from underneath the hood of a sports utility vehicle in Sheepshead Bay on Nov. 9. Comment

Cops find 37 pounds of pot left on street

Flatlands: Forgetfulness is clearly a major side effect of marijuana. Comment

Off-duty cop busted for drunk driving

Marine Park: Police arrested an off-duty NYPD sergeant for drunk driving on Nov. 7 in Marine Park. Comment

Reporter talks Coney Island Boardwalk privatization on TV

Our Coney correspondent Max Jaeger appeared on BK Live today to talk about his scoop on a possible bid to deliver permitting for the People’s Playground’s central asset into private hands. Click through to see what he had to say. Comments (1)

Reporter talks Coney Island Boardwalk privatization on TV

Coney Island: Our Coney correspondent Max Jaeger appeared on BK Live today to talk about his scoop on a possible bid to deliver permitting for the People’s Playground’s central asset into private hands. Click through to see what he had to say. Comment
Weird Art: Fifty artists have created weird and wonderful dolls for a show inspired by an un-merry holiday season 50 years ago. Comment

Locals shoot down Loehmann’s plans

Sheepshead Bay: Sheepshead Bay residents aren’t happy with plans to make the old Loehmann’s building taller. Comment

Pot-hold: Cops find box containing 37 pounds of weed

Police found the parcel packing a pungent, prodigious amount of marijuana outside a discount store in Flatlands. Our pals at BrooklynDaily.com have the whole story. Read more…

Body found in Canarsie creek

Canarsie: Police found the body of a 58-year-old man floating in a Canarsie creek on Nov. 10. Comment

Kitten rescued from car engine

A police officer ended a miniature Sheepshead Bay mouser’s two-hour ordeal with some careful prying, and got a few scratches for his trouble. Check BrooklynDaily.com for the whole heartwarming story. Read more…

Hey, Loretta! Brooklyn federal prosecutor tapped for attorney general

Politics: U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch is hitting the big time. Comments (2)
Poly Prep finished its second-straight one-loss season with a fittingly dominant performance. Comment

Charles’s strong season helps Blackbirds to best year since 2004

Naeem Charles made the most of his lost season. Comment

St. Joseph’s College star Usta ends season as nation’s leading goal scorer

Cansu Usta is glad she decided to stay in her home town for college rather than leave Brooklyn and soccer behind to head to the University of Albany. Comment
Event: Unlike the event pictured above, Dumbo’s New York Festival of Light was almost entirely confined to the tight space under the Manhattan Bridge archway. Comments (5)
Coney Island: The city may be about to cede control of the Coney Island Boardwalk to a private group. Comment
The city may be about to cede control of the Coney Island Boardwalk to a private group. Comments (5)
Dance: Fulton Street’s Cumbe Center for African and Diaspora Dance is not ready to let the beat drop. Comments (5)
Brighton Beach: Brighton Beach residents are furious about the city’s plan to take the boards out of their boardwalk. Comment

Stan on football, lawsuits, and taking risks

It’s Only My Opinion: This week, our columnist asks if when is a football player paid enough, and when can we cut to commercial. Comment
Art: Big names in indie comics, and the fans who love them, swarmed Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church on N. Eighth Street this weekend for Comic Arts Brooklyn. Comment
Theater: Get ready to see these actors make a scene! Comment
Dining: It was one small step for pizza, and one giant leap for pizza delivery. Comments (10)
Downtown: Bull’s-eye! Comments (3)
Williamsburg: The Williamsburg activist group Neighbors Allied for Good Growth celebrated its 20th birthday on Nov. 6. Comments (1)

The world accroding to Carmine

Sunday Screech: Look, all you need to know is right here given to you straight by the Screecher. Comment

Mother hit by stray bullet ouside elementary school

Brighton Beach: A mother was shot by a stray bullet while picking her child up from school in Brighton Beach on Nov. 5. Comment

Shot in the arm: Coney Island Hospital gets federal cash injection

Coney Island: The Federal Emergency Management Agency is making it rain in Coney Island. Comment
Bushwick: The vicious attack was part of a chain of violence that was all orchestrated or boasted about on Facebook, according to prosecutors. Comments (7)

Blaze destroys Flatbush bar

Fire tore through a Flatbush Irish bar on Thursday morning, destroying the watering hole and sending neighbors running for their lives. Comment
Changing Brooklyn: A circus school’s bid to get back at incoming upstairs neighbor Vice Media for allegedly dangerous construction work backfired dramatically on Nov. 6 when the city, called to inspect Vice, kicked out a half-dozen acrobats living illegally in the non-residential building. Comments (4)

Remembering a realtor with big ambitions for Brooklyn

Brooklyn Heights: Real estate broker, Heights Cafe owner, and lifelong Brooklyn booster Glenn Markman died of stomach cancer on Nov. 4. Comment

Remembering a realtor with big ambitions for Brooklyn

Brooklyn Heights: Real estate broker, Heights Cafe owner, and lifelong Brooklyn booster Glenn Markman died of stomach cancer on Nov. 4. Comment

Gus is gone: Tom’s Restaurant owner passes away

Prospect Heights: Gus Vlahavas, the longtime owner of beloved Prospect Heights diner Tom’s Restaurant, died of a respiratory illness on Nov. 5, his nephew said. He was 76. Comments (2)

Puppetcheer: TV puppet brings smiles to Fort kids

Harbor Watch: Fort Hamilton’s Marshall Drive was more like Sesame Street when Elmo stopped by to visit the base’s children’s center on Nov. 5. Comment

NYPD seeks vanished teen

Williamsburg: Police are asking for help finding a Williamsburg teenager who they say disappeared on Monday. Comment
Changing Brooklyn: A circus school is the latest artistic institution getting the boot ahead of Vice Media’s January takeover of two connected buildings in Williamsburg, but first it has to endure two months inside a construction zone. Comments (2)

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