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Asian fusion: Chinese opera performs alongside Latin dance group

Theater: The sun has not yet set on Chinese opera. Comment

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

A good old fashion history lesson

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist explains at the genes of your jeans. Comments (1)

Sound off to the Editor

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

Carmine’s a bit moody over Lady Moody house!

Big Screecher: This week, the Screecher comes out in favor of an old house in Gravesend! Comment
Editor’s Picks: Labor Day weekend is filled with fun — and so is the rest of the week! Comment

Canine comedy is OK: Oklahoma comedians yuk it up for dog rescue

Greenpoint: Tails are wagging at this comedy fest! Comment

Contact play

Harbor Watch: The Mets hit a home run when the team sent William “Mookie” Wilson to hang out with soldiers at Fort Hamilton on Aug. 31. Comment

Marine Park man running for Teamster head

Marine Park: This Teamster is as local as it gets. Comment

Bay Ridge is going Greenhouse

Bay Ridge Nights: The dog days are upon us, but there are plenty of places to keep cool in Bay Ridge. Comment

Labor Day is a time to salute and celebrate the American worker

A Britisher’s View: On Monday, applaud the people responsible for America’s continued success, writes our columnist. Comment

On the books: Beep’s cash backs controversial Sunset Park library plan

Sunset Park: Borough President Adams is backing a controversial plan to sell city land and redevelop the Sunset Park library with low-income apartments on top of it. Comments (24)

Trash talk in Bensonhurst

Bensonhurst: Construction work on a waste station on the shore of Gravesend Bay is polluting water, spreading contaminated soil and debris into the air, and harming marine life, according to elected officials and concerned locals. Comment
Art: This show is unpacking the past. Comments (4)

Raise the curtain on comedy

Standing O: Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment

Mill Basin becomes women’s hockey Mecca

Mill Basin: Mill Basin is becoming one of the best places for women’s hockey in the world. Comment

Slope fantasy sports trophy-maker gets new start in Sunset Park

Sunset Park: He moved the chains! Comment

The end (of parenting high-schoolers) is nigh

The Dad: This week, the Dad gazes long into the abyss of his daughter graduating high school, and his own future gazes back at him. Comment
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A lost season, and a Dodger fan

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: This week, our columnist goes in depth with the greatest skipper in Cyclones history, Tom Gamboa. Comment
Coney Island: Lightning will strike twice in Coney Island. Comment

Drama continues to follow Morton

Joe Knows: It wasn’t just another 24 hours. It was the kind that only Dwayne “Tiny” Morton can produce. Comment
Dyker Heights: He wants to be his own headmaster. Comment
Cobble Hill: Roy Sloane says he will step down — and maybe buy a puppy. Comments (4)
Vinegar Hill: Future students in those nabes will go to PS 307 in Vinegar Hill — but families there say they would have liked more warning. Comments (2)

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Brooklyn things in Paris

Branding Brooklyn: There is a Park Slope School of Rock, apparently. Comment

Yippee! It’s the Brighton Beach Jubilee

Brighton Beach: Brighton Beach celebrated its 39th-annual neighborhood Jubilee on Aug. 30, attracting thousands from across the borough and the city to the seaside community. Comment

Joanna remembers a murder

Not for Nuthin’: Our columnist recalls the murder of Michael Jones, and the on-going search for his alleged killer. Comment

Romantic rivals: New book tracks Irish-Italian relations in New York

Books: It has been a hate-love relationship. Comments (4)

Brooklyn boxer hosts fight card at MCU Park

Coney Island: It was a real diamond ring. Comment

Holy schmolies! Cyclones lose again!

The Ride: If our boys don’t win every game the rest of the way, they will finish with a losing record for the first time in history. Comment
BoroBeat: They’re driving this message up the wall! Comments (3)

Change coming for treacherous Brighton Beach intersection

Brighton Beach: This is a welcome turn of events. Comment

Tweet beat: NYPD embraces Twitter, precinct councils slower to adopt

Please state your emergency — in 140 characters. Comments (5)
BoroBeat: And celebrates Michael Jackson’s birthday. And commemorates the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Comments (2)
BoroBeat: Kids these days are going downhill fast. Comments (6)

Beep hosts bash for Brooklyn’s seniors

Manhattan Beach: It was a soiree for Brooklyn’s sagest. Comment

Fort Hamilton eyes fast start after strong finish

High School Sports: Fort Hamilton looked like two different teams last season after losing its first three games and then finishing the year on 7–2 clip before a second-round playoff loss to Erasmus Hall. Comment

Young Brooklyn Tech driven by under-the-radar status

High School Sports: When you lose three scholarship players and return a young roster there is reason for outside expectations to be tempered. Comment

Veteran Poly squad seeks elusive perfect season

A perfect season is always the goal at Poly Prep, but there is some extra incentive behind it this time. Comment
Coney Island: Dozens of booty-shaking Brooklynites descended on the sandy shores of Coney Island and donned headphones for a personalized daytime dance-off. Comment
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Stan shares his knowledge of the arts

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our columnist considers political answers, the popularity of nonpoliticians, potatoes, and the “Art of Bull S---.” Comment
Park Slope: It is getting better with age! Comment

Hang time: Brooklyn kids shoot the breeze with rookie Nets star

BoroBeat: These kids had a ball with a Net. Comment

Want to be a ‘Reading Troubadour’ for the Brooklyn Public Library?

Here’s a way you can help sick kids — and add “troubadour” to your resume. Comments (1)

Greece-y spoon! Souvlaki House has peddled pitas Downtown for 43 years

Go There Now While You Still Can: It is Brooklyn’s unsung gyro! Comments (4)
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: They were heroes on the battlefield, and now they’re champions on the sporting field. Comments (1)

Swipe, left: Police seek cellphone bandits

Crime: Police are on the lookout for a dastardly duo who they say robbed two Brooklyn cellphone stores in as many months. Comments (1)

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