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The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Pancakes for dinner? That is the order of the day at Dosa Royale. Comment
The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Pancakes for dinner? That is the order of the day at Dosa Royale. Comments (6)

Spaced out: P’Slope author writes crime thriller about Nigerian space program

Park Slope: When Deji Olukotun combined his two careers of law and literature, he came up with a novel that is out of this world. Comment

Spaced out: P’Slope author writes crime thriller about Nigerian space program

Books: When Deji Olukotun combined his two careers of law and literature, he came up with a novel that is out of this world. Comments (7)

Spice girl: Bay Ridge icon pens new cookbook

Dining: Tanoreen’s Rawia Bishara shows you how to make her beloved Middle Eastern food at home. Comment

Spice girl: Bay Ridge icon pens new cookbook

Dining: Tanoreen’s Rawia Bishara shows you how to make her beloved Middle Eastern food at home. Comment
Prospect Heights: It sounds like a perfect day. Comment
Music: It sounds like a perfect day. Comments (3)

Sound Off to the Editor

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

Carmine screeches for Anne Pollizzi

Big Screecher: This week, Carmine gives a shout-out to another of his Carmine Award winners! Comment
Nightlife: Beatboxing, Mardi Gras, record sales, trivia with Pat Kiernan and more things to do and see in Brooklyn this weekend and beyond. Comment

Let Bartoonist eat cake

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking cartoonist has his cake and eats it, too — with a chaser of milk! — at Dynaco in Bedfor-Stuyvesant. Comments (3)
Cinema: The special ingredient in these cocktails is movie magic! Comment
Cinema: The special ingredient in these cocktails is movie magic! Comment

Bay Ridge Nights is on the March!

Bay Ridge Nights: Ring in the beginning of March with a night out in Bay Ridge Nights. Comment

Israel boycotters are squawking up a storm, but let’s see them take on a real rogue regime

A Britisher’s View: Israel boycotters are all squawk and no chutzpah, claims our columnist. Comment

Updated: Donors bid for LICH

Will’s Watch: Two of the top contenders for taking over the ailing medical center’s Cobble Hill property are big-time donors to the 2014 re-election campaign of Governor Andrew Cuomo — who controls the levers that will determine the facility’s fate. Comment
Midwood: Run, don’t walk — if you want to cross Ocean Parkway. Comment

B’wick performance artists to live in giant hamster wheel for 10 days

Williamsburg: This sounds like a wheel-y uncomfortable living situation. Comment

Rebuilding and protecting us, one building at a time

Standing O: Standing O is sends a shout-out to New York Tech Professor Illya Azaroff for being honored by the American Institute of Architects. Comment

NY Rangers coach local youth

Coney Island: It was a hockey charity hat trick. Comment

B’wick performance artists to live in giant hamster wheel for 10 days

Art: This sounds like a wheel-y uncomfortable living situation. Comments (29)

Borough President celebrates Black History Month

Borough President Adams hosted his first Black History Month Celebration Monday night with an event at the Brooklyn Historical Society. Comment
The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: The Brooklyn Heights theater company makes up for a paltry budget with larger than life performances. Comment
Art: Bands and painters will soon be able to get their artistic groove on above the stacks at libraries in Williamsburg and Red Hook. Comments (4)

Double perk-ing! Cop blocks Greenpoint bike lane for a pick-me-up

Mean Streets: He missed a spot. Comments (38)

Dancing about movies: New fest pairs films with live performance

Downtown: Most film screenings begin with a warning to turn off your cellphone. Not these ones. Comment

Dancing about movies: New fest pairs films with live performance

Cinema: Most film screenings begin with a warning to turn off your cellphone. Not these ones. Comment
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Our vacation to New York City — and Brooklyn, too!

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie discovers that there is more to her hometown than Prospect Park — and learns that even when you get lost, you can have a great time. Comments (3)

Brooklyn high school hoops will make this a special March

Joe Knows: March should belong to Brooklyn’s basketball teams. Comment

What a crock! This cookoff has pots of chili — but no pot chili

Williamsburg: There is just one thing you cannot put in your dish at Barcade’s Underground Chili Extravaganza... Comment

What a crock! This cookoff has pots of chili — but no pot chili

Dining: There is just one thing you cannot put in your dish at Barcade’s Underground Chili Extravaganza... Comment

Nuthin' but Nets!

Signing Jason Collins makes good basketball sense

Front Court: In cased you missed it, herre again is our Front Court columnist breaking down what signing Jason Collins, the NBA’s first openly gay player, means for Brooklyn’s home team. Comment

Now, Frontcourt must step up to help Backcourt

Back Court: Historic trades aside, our columnist says if the Nets big men don’t start playing better, its little guys won’t be able to save the day. Comment

Spike Lee to rude gentrifiers: ‘Get the f--- out of here’

Cinema: White newcomers to Brooklyn are doing the wrong things, according to the borough’s filmmaker laureate and prodigal son. Comments (103)

Midwood ready for its close-up

Midwood: They’re already saying “Cheese.” Comment

Make that BKTS! Get your Brooklyn theater tickets at Downtown’s TKTS booth

Theater: Move over, Broadway. Fulton Street has arrived as a theater destination. Comment
Hospitals in Crisis: New York Methodist Hospital would be the perfect high-powered medical provider to take over beleaguered Long Island College Hospital, say activists who want to stop the Park Slope facility’s expansion plan in its tracks. Comments (12)

Midwood ready for its close-up

Midwood: They’re already saying “Cheese.” Comments (2)

My wallet’s being Disney-fied

Not for Nuthin’: This week, our columnist wonders why it cost so much — and soon to be more — to go to Disney World. Comment

Book revue: Comedians take literature low-brow

Park Slope: Here is a new twist on spending Friday night in with a good book. Comment

Book revue: Comedians take literature low-brow

Books: Here is a new twist on spending Friday night in with a good book. Comment
Williamsburg: There will definitely be blood. Comment
Theater: There will definitely be blood. Comment

Midwood’s Hector surges to 1000-meter city title

High School Sports: Midwood’s Billy Hector wouldn’t be denied the lead twice. Comment
High School Sports: Sayon Charles went from out of sorts to in sync after halftime — and it pushed Xaverian to a playoff win. Comment

Hot-shooting Terriers best first-place Robert Morris in overtime

St. Francis College had already lost a double overtime thriller to Robert Morris earlier this season and the Terriers weren’t going to let that happen again. Comment

Ridge leader nabbed in mob sting

Bay Ridge: A prominent Bay Ridge civic leader was arrested earlier this month for his alleged role in an international gun-smuggling, drug-trafficking, and money-laundering ring. Comment

Ridge leader nabbed in mob sting

Bay Ridge: A prominent Bay Ridge civic leader was arrested earlier this month for his alleged role in an international gun-smuggling, drug-trafficking, and money-laundering ring. Comments (22)
Bensonhurst: A Coney Island charity is opening a Bensonhurst outpost under the Bay 50th Street train station — but some locals are concerned about the sort of characters it will bring their neighborhood. Comment

How their garden moves: Boerum Hill green-thumb project hits the road

Boerum Hill: A big garden that operated out of a vacant lot in Boerum Hill up and moved to Williamsburg this past weekend. Comment

Carrington’s 42-point performance propels Loughlin past Christ the King for diocesan title

High School Sports: Bishop Loughlin coach Ed Gonzalez has an eye for when star guard Khadeen Carrington is going to shine, and he saw the signs before the Lions took the floor for the diocesan championship game. Comment

Remembering ‘the mayor of Fifth Avenue’

Park Slope: Small business champion and longtime Park Slope activist Albert Cabbad passed away in his Bay Ridge home last week. He was 88. Comment

Medgar Evers makes history with sweep of city indoor track titles

High School Sports: Medgar Evers enjoyed an historic day at the Public School Athletic League indoor track and field championships. Comment

Remembering ‘the mayor of Fifth Avenue’

Park Slope: Small business champion and longtime Park Slope activist Albert Cabbad passed away in his Bay Ridge home last week. He was 88. Comments (1)

Defending city champion Nazareth riding 16-game winning streak into playoffs

High School Sports: Nazareth boys’ basketball coach Todd Jamison saw a change in his team after an overtime loss to Bishop Ford in early January. Comment

They got the gold in gusto: Students cheer U.S. Olympians

Marine Park: They all medaled in spirit. Comment
Downtown: A massive overhaul to the Brooklyn Bridge entrance-way that the city says will make it safer for pedestrians and bicyclists headed to and from Manhattan could make neighbors’ lives a noisy nightmare, residents warn. Comments (25)

DA taps three legal eagles to investigate predecessor’s convictions

Politics: District Attorney Ken Thompson has selected a trio of power attorneys to pick over the legacy of the man he defeated last November — 23-year top lawman Charles “Joe” Hynes. Comment

DA taps three legal eagles to investigate predecessor’s convictions

Politics: District Attorney Ken Thompson has selected a trio of power attorneys to pick over the legacy of the man he defeated last November — 23-year top lawman Charles “Joe” Hynes. Comments (7)

State gives LICH drop-dead date

Hospitals in Crisis: Long Island College Hospital will close in May if the state does not find someone to take over the hobbled hospital by then. Comments (6)

Get ready for CNG’s 2014 Brooklyn Women of Distinction

Perspective: Our annual salute to Kings County’s women profiles a rainbow coalition of 25 notable females around town. Don’t forget to look for it in our April 18 issue. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: The building that houses the Brooklyn Heights Cinema has hit the market, but the theater’s owner says he will do whatever it takes to keep the projectors humming. Comment

Getting milit-art! Landlord to decorate with pics by veteran

Williamsburg: The next time you want some insight into the minds of those who fight wars, just step inside a building owned by this real estate company. Comment

So many questions, so many answers

It’s Only My Opinion: This week our columnist once again answers his own questions for your enjoyment. Comment

Bond issue: City wants bike lane for Bond Street in Boerum Hill

Mean Streets: A city plan to paint an 18-block-long bike lane along Bond Street in Boerum Hill got the thumbs up from members of a local panel last week. Comments (17)

Tomorrow: Free heart screening for hacks

Health: No, not computer geeks. Livery cab drivers! At Maimonides Medical Center Comment

Carmine provides another knee-slapper!

Sunday Screech: Jokes aside, the Screecher honors yet another “Carmine” award winner. Comments (3)

Getting milit-art! Landlord to decorate with pics by veterans

Art: A real estate company is decorating its buildings with art by former soldiers. Comment

Greet the heat by the Narrows

Bay Ridge Nights: The weather is finally thawing out, and the forecast over at BrooklynDaily.com is calling for good times in Bay Ridge this weekend. Read more…
The city put the corporation that runs the East River Ferry in charge of inspecting the Greenpoint pier it uses and the company never did more than kick the tires ahead of the dock’s terrifying Feb. 13 disintegration, according to a source close to the investigation. Comment
Hospitals in Crisis: The state will let go of Long Island College Hospital by May and re-open bidding for developers and medical providers hopeful to overhaul the medical facility as part of a court settlement. Comments (5)
The city put the corporation that runs the East River Ferry in charge of inspecting the Greenpoint pier it uses and the company never did more than kick the tires ahead of the dock’s terrifying Feb. 13 disintegration, according to a source close to the investigation. Comments (4)
Downtown: Get your cheesecake while you can, Brooklyn. Comment

All in the family! Recchia campaign paying rent to wife

Will’s Watch: In this week’s hard-hitting politics column over at BrooklynDaily.com, reporter Will Bredderman unearths a very interesting office arrangement for Domenic Recchia’s Bay Ridge congressional campaign. Read more…

Missing Red Hook 15-year-old found

Red Hook: A Red Hook teen is safe and sound after disappearing from the grocery store just two blocks from her brownstone home for a little over a week, according to cops, who say she ran away. Comments (6)

Brooklyn Heights civic group taking crash course on 21st century

Event: The Brooklyn Heights Association will be all ears when a web guru holds forth at its upcoming annual meeting. Comments (1)

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