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Fun-size photography: Instagram stars shoot mini models

Art: It’s a shoebox photo shoot! Comment

Where have Marine Park’s kosher supermarkets gone?

Marine Park: Something’s not quite kosher in Marine Park. Comment

When teens have sex, its not always rape

Rhymes with Crazy: In fact, it mostly isn’t. Comments (3)

Sound Off to the Editor

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

One week later, the Screecher is back

Big Screecher: You’d thought he went away for good, but Carmine is back with avengence! Comment
Editor’s Picks: Summer is always a magical time in Brooklyn, but this week you can find it on stage and on the page! Comment

Bay Ridge has international flair

Bay Ridge Nights: Travel around the globe without leaving Bay Ridge this weekend! Comment

You go girl! Caitlyn Jenner puts trans-folk on the map

A Britisher’s View: The world’s most famous male athlete is using her new celebrity as a female to begin an urgent conversation about transexuality, writes our columnist, who launches a three-part series next week on a Bay Ridge transgender — a divorced dad from Bay Ridge — who lives life as a woman. Comment

Gowanaissance! New Third Avenue shops reshape the neighborhood

Gowanus: The borough’s new hippest neighborhood is coming into its own. Comments (6)
Coney Island: Call it an inside-the-bark home run! Comment

Re-berth: Historic boat gets second shot at Red Hook home

Awesome: The Mary A. Whalen is back in Red Hook where it belongs. Comment

Pothole parkway

Pothole parkway

Mill Basin: You wouldn’t know the Belt Parkway from a hole in the ground. Comment

Swede emotion! Scandinavian vocal group comes to Bay Ridge

Music: They ain’t just yodeling Dixie. Comments (1)
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Prospect Park was home to an Adoptapalooza! Comment

Suddenly, I want to say ‘No.’

The Dad: This week, the Dad wrestles with the fact that his college-aged daughter is taking a trip to a far off place on her own. Comments (2)

Half weigh! We measure up Cyclones!

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: It’s the half way point of the season, and how are the first place Cyclones stacking up? Read to find out! Comment
Williamsburg: Bring it on! Vietnam War veteran Marty Randisi is glad to be in the trenches at his new Bill Baker’s Restaurant & Bar in Williamsburg. Comment

Malignaggi wanted nothing but best to the end

Joe Knows: There was not more magic left for Paulie Malignaggi. Comment
They’re gonna need a bigger cement truck. Comment

Humpty dump! WT residents slam traffic-slowing plan

Mean Streets: They are not love-drunk on those humps. Comments (15)

Big-hearted locals adopt rescued puppies

Gerritsen Beach: It’s the come-bark story of the year. Comment

Pols: Snitch to end black-on-black crime

Downtown: Brooklynites who witness gunplay must be willing to report what they saw to police in order to stem the tide of gun violence in the borough, said a group of pols and gun-control activists rallying on the steps of Borough Hall on Tuesday. Comments (6)

R-acket train: Ridge’s subway sending bad vibes to parochial school

Bay Ridge: If you want to know what it sounds like inside St. Anslem’s School when the R Train rumbles along below, just stand next to an idling bulldozer. Comments (7)

Joanna pines for the days of ad-free TV

Not for Nuthin’: The time when paying for cable meant commercial-free viewing are long gone, laments our columnist, who may have to resort to picking up a book. Comment

Spanish brogue: Mexican musician blends international influences on new album

Music: This Mexican musician found his muse in Brooklyn. Comment
Prospect Heights: The Long Island Rail Road is looking to make the transition to Brooklyn a little easier for Long-Island based hockey fans who want to see their favorite team play in its new home rink. Comments (2)

Changing of the guard!

Harbor Watch: The 200-year-old United War Veterans Council was past its heyday, until Vietnam War vet Vince McGowan and his comrades-in-arms reconstituted the organization in the mid-1980s. Dan McSweeney, the incoming president, will take over from McGowan, who is retiring, in the fall. Comment

Disheartening! Cyclones lose, fall out of first

The Ride: This one was tough to watch — or even listen to. Comment
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Blinded by the light: Ridgites throw shade at city over too-bright street lamps

Bay Ridge: They have to wear sunglasses at night. Comments (17)
Cyclones: It was truly a pitch for the record books — or rather, 150 pitches. Comment

Cosmos are coming to Coney

Come see the Cosmos where the Cyclones play. Comment

Truth feller: Honest artist tries to bridge cultural gaps

Art: The truth is up there. Comment

Gunmen wound five in Red Hook, including pregnant woman

Red Hook: A pair of maniacs sprayed gunfire into a group of people in Red Hook on Monday night, injuring five, two of them critically, cops said. One of the injured women was pregnant and as of Tuesday afternoon remained in critical but stable condition at Lutheran Medical Center, according to a source with knowledge of the matter. Comment

Cyclones bats rally, pitchers hold

The Ride: Seems like everybody did what they were supposed to do. Comment

Brownsville’s Jacobs downs Mora, turns sights to Quillin

In Danny Jacobs’s mind the outcome was inevitable, it just wasn’t the way he wanted to get there. Comment

Pineiro flourishing in coaching role with Bonnie Rams

This trip to Johnstown is going to be very different for Jonathan Pineiro. Comment

Former arena worker debuts at Barclays Center boxing event

Former Barclays Center worker Travis Peterkin told his friends he would one day box in Brooklyn’s primer area. The Brownsville native made good on that promise last Saturday night, but he will still have to wait for his first victory there. Comment

Cops: Gunman slays man in Fort Greene

Fort Greene: An unknown killer gunned down a man in Fort Greene in the early hours of Aug. 2, according to a report. Comment

Ridge-shot film winning fans on festival circuit

Bay Ridge: It’s a hit! Comment
Leaves of Grass: Brooklyn’s not dope! Comments (8)

Gun-toting goons rob Ridgite of ride

Bay Ridge: Police released photos of the two louts they suspect robbed a guy at gunpoint on Ovington Avenue and then escaped in the victim’s car on July 11. Comment
Kensington: Family members and friends of a Kensington teen who a grand jury indicted on murder charges for allegedly fatally stabbing his father are rallying behind the kid they say was the victim of an abusive dad. Comments (1)

Stan asks if Walker will get trumped

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our columnist wonders if the Wisconsin governor can beat Trump in the primary, and then the unions in the general election. Comment

Muckdogs top punchless Cyclones

The Ride: Wow, that headline is very Timesian. Comments (2)

Library debuts new, hip bookmobile

Williamsburg: Take that, Batmobile. Comments (1)

Cyclones mauled by Muckdogs

The Ride: Yeesh. Comment

More of the same as Cyclones win yet again!

The Ride: Gutsy pitcheing led the Cyclones over the Muckdogs. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: Residents and politicians spoke out against plans to build two towers near Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Comments (19)
Red Hook: You kow those giant things in Red Hook that say “The Port of New York Authority” on them? Yeah, don’t go over there. Comments (17)
You do want to know what they are putting in those sausages! Comment

V-Gay Day! Slope’s Excelsior should reopen on Wednesday

Awesome: Beloved Park Slope gay bar Excelsior is finally set to open its new Fifth Avenue spot next week, a year after shutting the doors to its longtime location down the street, and the owners are just as relieved as their thirsty clientele. Comments (1)

Beep Adams in talks to put 3D printers in all Brooklyn schools

He wants to be the prince of prints. Comment

Hooray! Cyclones win again!

The Ride: Our boys got ahead early, and never looked back. Comment
Coney Island: “Louis Powsner Way” would have been on the wrong block in Coney Island, if the Courier and Councilman Mark Treyger hadn’t got on the city’s case. Comment

Last call! Bushwick bar Cain’s Tavern is closing

Go There Now While You Still Can: Beloved Bushwick watering hole Cain’s Tavern is closing at the end of August, and regulars say they’re bummed to be losing a neighborhood hangout where everyone knows your name. Comment

Finally! Cyclones back in the win column

The Ride: Face it, if you score some runs, you have a good chance of winning Comment

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