Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015

Boreum Hill show fuses computer programming with performance

Art: He is the star of the show — and also the theater tech. Comment

Monday, Jan. 5, 2015

Blazes of glory: Brooklyn’s best bar fireplaces

Nightlife: Baby it’s finally cold outside. Keep your body temperature up and your heating bill down at one of these fine establishments. Comments (1)

Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015

Another year, another Carmine

Sunday Screech: Some of you ask us, “When will this end?” The answer? When Carmine stops screeching! Comment

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015

What to read this week

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

Friday, Jan. 2, 2015

Beep: We need more Citi Bikes, bike lanes, not ‘old school’ cars

Politics: We checked in with Borough President Adams about what he wants to see in the new year and here is one thing he said: “Cars are so old school. We need to embrace bicycling as a transportation alternative...” Comments (17)
Editor’s Picks: See 50 comedians in one place, become a cheese expert, prepare for the zombie apocalypse, and other great things to do in Brooklyn Jan. 2–8. Comment
What a year it was. Take a look back at some of our biggest stories. Comment

Kick off 2015 in the Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: It is a new year, and a new week of nightlife in Bay Ridge. Our buddies at have your weekend sorted. Read more…

This year, Steph plans to be more fearless

Fearless Parenting: Our coulmnist’s New Year’s resolutions are inspired by her kids. Comments (1)

Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015

Page 1: Shed that skin. Put a new log on that fire. Dust off your knitting needles and your Spanish-language dictionary. And your tennis racquets. And grease up the chain on your recumbent bicycle. Holy moley, there are just too many projects to keep up with. And where should we map them out? In our new planner? On our wall calendar? Our Google Calendar? iCal? Well we had darn well better figure it out so we can keep hustlin’ into the new year, Brooklyn. Read more…

Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014

Span-demonium: Kosciuszko Bridge replacement, years of road closures begin

Greenpoint: Get ready for years of closures and delays on and around the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. Comments (7)

Bar-mageddon! Trash Bar to join legions of other closed W’burg venues

Changing Brooklyn: The Williamsburg music scene is one step closer to being totally trashed. Comments (1)

Cops: ‘Mob Wives’ boyfriend’s slasher collared

Williamsburg: Police have arrested the guy who they say sliced reality television star Natalie Guerico’s beau in the face with a box-cutter at a Williamsburg nightclub early on Sunday morning. Comments (2)
Flagrant Fowl: Crummy sums up the weird predicament our boys in black are in as they head into the new year with benchwarmers starting — and doing all right. Comment

Celebrate 2015 again with New Queers Eve

Music: This New Years Eve party is so alternative, it is happening on Jan. 3. Comment

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014

Grimm ending: Tax-cheating congressman to step down

Bay Ridge: Congressman and tax cheat Michael Grimm will resign from office on Jan. 5. Comments (8)

Bloody murder on Dupont Street is Greenpoint’s first of 2014

Greenpoint: Someone stabbed a Greenpoint man to death on Monday night in the vestibule of the townhouse where he lived, cops said. Comment
Politics: We explain why Columbus stinks as a Demorcatic National Convention host city. Comments (110)

Join the club: Bushwick venue introduces annual memberships

Art: In the new year, forget that gym membership — a scrappy Bushwick music venue is offering an all-access pass that will let indie music fans boogie the calories away. Comment

The best things we ate this year

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Reporters and editors name the finest things they stuffed in their mouths in Brooklyn in 2014. Comments (1)

Brooklynite celebrates his 100th birthday

Gravesend: It was the party of a century! Comments (6)

Monday, Dec. 29, 2014

Brooklyn Heights Association honcho heads for the door

Brooklyn Heights: The longtime director of the influential Brooklyn Heights civic group is on her way out. Comment

Kentile in exile: New spot pitched for iconic Gowanus sign

Gowanus: It likely won’t become part of the skyline again, but the Kentile Floors sign could be coming out of storage. Comments (5)

Paper grace: Saint’s manuscripts on display at Borough Hall

Downtown: Borough Hall is housing some really old public records. Comments (1)

Museum feat: Children’s Museum gets new leadership

Parenting: The Brooklyn Children’s Museum is heading into the new year with a new president. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014

Politics: Thousands of police used the funeral of a murdered officer to air their dispute with Mayor DeBlasio in Queens on Saturday. Comments (18)

Letter: LICH developer must change its ways

Hospitals in Crisis: A local doctor thinks that if Wall Street tycoon Kenneth Langone knew what was being done in his name in Cobble Hill, he would jump in and restore a hospital, pronto. Comments (5)

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