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Williamsburg: Just because civilazation has broken down, it doesn’t mean your love life has to! Comment
Theater: Just because civilazation has broken down, it doesn’t mean your love life has to! Comment
Park Slope: Simone Dinnerstein is taking New York City Bach to school. Comment
Music: Simone Dinnerstein is taking New York City Bach to school. Comments (2)

Ladies bash back

Bad girls at BAM: Film series celebrates vengeance-seeking anti-heroines

Cinema: Revenge is a dish best served in a movie theater. Comment

Top three revenge-filled films from the ‘Vengeance is Hers’ series

Cinema: The co-curator of BAMCinematek’s ‘Vengeance is Hers’ film series picks her favorites — so you don’t have to. Comment

Chisholm-ed in stone: New book celebrates first black Congresswoman

Flatbush: If Brooklyn College professor Barbara Winslow has her way, Shirley Chisholm will soon be a household name. Comment

Chisholm-ed in stone: New book celebrates first black congresswoman

Books: If Brooklyn College professor Barbara Winslow has her way, Shirley Chisholm will soon be a household name. Comment

An entire book about the Nets’ first season in Brooklyn

Cobble Hill: Sports writer Jake Appleman explains how he filled 256 pages with a single season of basketball. Comment

An entire book about the Nets’ first season in Brooklyn

Books: Sports writer Jake Appleman explains how he filled 256 pages with a single season of basketball. Comments (4)

Young Yeller creates big pop sounds from small Greenpoint bedroom

Williamsburg: Many musicians give up dreams of pop stardom for sensible day jobs — but Jesse Brickel has done the exact opposite. Comment

Young Yeller creates big pop sounds from small Greenpoint bedroom

Music: Many musicians give up dreams of pop stardom for sensible day jobs — but Jesse Brickel has done the exact opposite. Comments (3)

Outside in: Bushwick street artist moves his work indoors

Bushwick: Luis Rosenfeld’s glossy black and white photos are typically found on the streets of Bushwick. But for one month, you can see them in wrmer surrounds. Comment

Outside in: Bushwick street artist moves his work indoors

Art: Luis Rosenfeld’s glossy black and white photos are typically found on the streets of Bushwick. But for one month, you can see them in wrmer surrounds. Comment
Our monthly review helps readers catch up on the headlines they missed in January. Comment

Sound Off to the Editor

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

Find out who gets a ‘Carmine’ this awards season

Big Screecher: He’s done it again! Carmine names his awardees! Comment

Where to GO this week!

Nightlife: Hot events to pass the cold Brooklyn nights. Comment
Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator enjoys beer and barbecue at the new Downtown outpost of Hill Country Barbecue. Comments (3)

Councilman Menchaca’s ‘illegals’ gig champions the lawless over the lawful

A Britisher’s View: The new head of the City Council’s Immigration Committee has vowed to push for municipal IDs for illegal immigrants — a bad move, according to our columnist. Comment

Fed cash flows for bridge

Marine Park: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will finally be reimbursed for millions of dollars in repairs it made in Marine Park after Hurricane Sandy. Comment

The ‘Greenfielding’ of Brooklyn politics

Will’s Watch: Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito’s new, supposedly “Progressive” Council has is supposedly fighting for the 99 percent, but one of its first moves bows down to Brooklyn’s ultimate insider and real estate millionaire ally — Borough Park Councilman David Greenfield. Comment

Bay Democrats move into new home after Sandy

Standing O: Standing O says, “Welcome home and come on down,” to the Bay Democrats. Comment
Williamsburg: Break out the spandex and leg warmers! Comment
Fitness: Break out the spandex and leg warmers! Comments (16)

Interfaith finally gets state cash

Bedford-Stuyvesant: The state has pledged, once again, to give Interfaith Medical Center the $7.5 million it needs to make it through the next couple of months. Comments (1)

Strange sounds: Animal-human hybrids perform at experimental music night

Crown Heights: A night of weird and wonderful music in Crown Heights will feature a performance group dressed as animal-human hybrids. Comment

Maestro of puppets: Mexican marionette show reinvents ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Theater: A theater company that uses puppets on strings to pull at families’ heart strings is putting on a modern-day version of “Sleeping Beauty.” Comment

Strange sounds: Animal-human hybrids perform at experimental music night

Music: A night of weird and wonderful music in Crown Heights will feature a performance group dressed as animal-human hybrids. Comment
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Steph’s mission: Inner peace

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie travels to the Catskills by herself, to learn something about herself. Comments (4)

Fast start to college career preview of greatness to come for Baird

Joe Knows: Former Medgar Evers track star Kadecia Baird had a better start to her college career than she had in her homecoming race at the Armory last Saturday. Comment

Slow second half against Molloy sends Xaverian to another close defeat

High School Sports: Experienced teams can find ways to win basketball games, but a young Xaverian squad has allowed winnable games to slip away. Comment

Brooklyn Nets Basketball

Signing of Russian giant paying off

Front Court: Bringing on Andrei Kirilenko for just $3.18 million raised some eyebrows, but his performance since returning from a back injury proved that he was a steal. Comment

Draft dodger! Nets early picks go by the wayside

Back Court: Will the Brooklyn Nets ever develop young talent, or are they destined to become a team of free agent signings and other proven — but older — commodities? Comment

MEET WILL BREDDERMAN: Our reporter talks Rep. Grimm’s NY1 threats — on NY1

Politics: You read his ace coverage of Rep. Michael Grimm’s State of the Union address meltdown. Now you can watch reporter Will Bredderman discuss Grimm’s history of temper flare-ups on NY1’s “Inside City Hall.” Comment

Grimm's Anger Management

Grimm tale: Pol backtracks after threatening reporter

Bay Ridge: Rep. Michael Grimm says he is sorry for menacing a television journalist after the President’s State of the Union address on Jan. 28, but Dems are saying he is not sorry enough — and political experts say he soon may be even sorrier. Comments (13)

Tracing the congressman’s temper

Bay Ridge: Hot-headed Rep. Michael Grimm’s scrape with NY1 reporter Michael Scotto may not have been the first time his temper got the best of him in public. Stories about the Bay Ridge congressman’s volatile demeanor have followed him for years, so we have rounded up the Republican’ greatest hits. Comment

Grimm apologizes for verbal assault

Our pals at BrookynPaper.com have an update to the Rep. Michael Grimm story that is making the rounds today. Check it out. Read more…

Home run! Cyclones score 2014 All-Star Game

Coney Island: Who needs the Super Bowl — the New York-Penn League All-Star Game is coming to Brooklyn! Comment

Home run! Cyclones score 2014 All-Star Game

Who needs the Super Bowl — the New York-Penn League All-Star Game is coming to Brooklyn! Comments (2)

Jo wants to learn Justin Bieber’s parents a thing or two

Not for Nuthin’: This week, our columnist explains how to handle a train-wreck superstar kid — with good parenting! Comment

Bushwick’s Oneida keeps avant-rocking on

Williamsburg: The members of Oneida are not fans of downtime. Comment

Bushwick’s Oneida keeps avant-rocking on

Music: The members of Oneida are not fans of downtime. Comments (1)

St. Francis College suffers third-straight loss after early season success

The impressive start the St. Francis women’s basketball team enjoyed this season seems to be losing steam. Comment

Kids rock! Children sing for peace in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge: They sing to unite the world — and the borough! Comment
Prospect Heights: The world-renowned Russian anarchists who plan to appear at a Feb. 5 concert at the Barclays Center are actually disciples of the Antichrist, according to one man of the cloth. Comment

Yield to the shield! Park Slope police stage crosswalk sting operation

Mean Streets: Cops in Park Slope are doing something seldom attempted by the New York Police Department — enforcing traffic laws. Comments (27)

Rock on! Concert pays tribute to Ridge arts visionary

Bay Ridge: Gone, but not forgotten. Comment
Williamsburg: One or more thieves has been dialing up small business owners and tricking them into turning over big bundles of cash. Comment

Kids rock! Children sing for peace in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge: They sing to unite the world — and the borough! Comments (1)

Fresh Kiehl’s! Skin-care store marks Brooklyn opening with road rash bash, park cash

Brooklyn Heights: The Manhattan-based skin-care retail chain Kiehl’s Since 1851 is opening its first Brooklyn location on Jan. 31 with a skateboarding clinic and a gift to a beloved park. Comment

Hot shooting Whitehead powers Lincoln past South Shore

High School Sports: The Abraham Lincoln boys’ basketball team found itself down for the first time against South Shore with six minutes left in the game, but he Railsplitters never trailed again thanks to the play of Seton Hall commit Isaiah Whitehead. Comment

High-flying Blackbirds top Mount St. Marys

The freezing temperatures and snow outside certainly had no effect on Long Island University’s shooting over the weekend. Comment

Up-and-coming Crawford shines at New Balance Games for Robeson

High School Sports: It wasn’t love at first sight with track and field for Paul Robeson’s Amanda Crawford, but it was meant to be. Comment

Too-cool winter Schoolfest gathers little scholars and their parents

Parenting: Parents, students, and teachers gathered on Saturday to check out the wealth of academic and recreational options available to Brooklyn kids. Comment

Go yeast! New brewery coming to Coney

Coney Island: The People’s Playground’s alcohol content is about to rise! Comment

Go yeast! New brewery coming to Coney

The People’s Playground’s alcohol content is about to rise! Comments (3)
Prospect Heights: The world-renowned Russian anarchists who plan to appear at a Feb. 5 concert at the Barclays Center are actually disciples of the Antichrist, according to one man of the cloth. Comments (10)

Slow your roll!

Traffic calming coming to Clinton Hill

Mean Streets: Clinton Hill drivers will soon be hitting the brakes. Comments (15)
Mean Streets: The city wants to make a dent in speeding on Kent Avenue. Comments (13)

Fire in frigid Flatlands

Fire in frigid Flatlands

Flatlands: An early morning fire in Flatlands claimed a three-story, Victorian-era home on Brooklyn Avenue Friday, but spared the lives of its inhabitants, who escaped with only minor injuries. Comment

Stan takes on the Santa clause

It’s Only My Opinion: Our columnist points out that sometimes there are shades of gray, but other times things are black or white. Comment

Fresh Kiehl’s! Skin-care store marks Brooklyn opening with road rash bash, park cash

Shopping: The Manhattan-based skin-care retail chain Kiehl’s Since 1851 is opening its first Brooklyn location on Jan. 31 with a skateboarding clinic and a gift to a beloved park. Comments (2)

Finally! An award worthy of the name ‘Carmine’!

Sunday Screech: This week, the screecher puts aside his usual piss and vinegar for a tribute to his awardees. Comments (2)
Sheepshead Bay: A state agency has declared the birds per-swan-a non grata, and aims to exterminate the entire population. Comment
A state agency has declared the birds per-swan-a non grata, and aims to exterminate the entire population. Comments (16)
Windsor Terrace: The Park Slope Food Co-op knows it could lose business to a fledgling do-good food store in Windsor Terrace, and it does not care. Comment

Elderly domain! W’burg pol pitches state seizure as solution to senior center woes

Williamsburg: A Williamsburg official is pushing a law that would let the city seize a building from its owner to save the embattled senior center inside. Comments (3)

Swish! Nets provide Key assist in the form of free groceries

Park Slope: Sometimes the Nets get slam dunks off the court. Comments (5)
Shopping: The Park Slope Food Co-op knows it could lose business to a fledgling do-good food store in Windsor Terrace, and it does not care. Comments (7)
Dining: Egg is about to get a bigger carton. Comments (26)
Cobble Hill: The battle of Cobble Hill ended with no shots fired. Comments (6)

How to throw a super Super Bowl party

Nightlife: Impress your friends and keep your wallet intact with our handy guide. Comment

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