Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

They’ve got it ‘Made’: New book celebrates Brooklyn’s culinary creators

Books: Locavores have some new required reading! Comment

Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015

Kick the can! Lenore implores kids to learn old games

Rhymes with Crazy: Look, once in a while its okay for parents to interfere in thier children’s playtime — especially when it comes to ‘Ringolevio.’ Comments (1)

Friday, Oct. 23, 2015

Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is gearing up for Halloween, with monster sitcoms, pumpkin festivals, and a creepy ape in a cage. Also: beer! Comment

Bicycle blues: Greenway would kill Ridge parking spaces

Bay Ridge: Community leaders in Bay Ridge want the city to put a bike path on a stretch of Second Avenue and Wakeman Place near Owl’s Head Park, but not if they have to lose 46 parking spots to do it. Comments (26)

Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

Checkin’ in! Sunset Park is Brooklyn’s new hotel Mecca

Sunset Park: The semi-industrial 39th Street — just steps away from the majestic Gowanus Expressway — may seem an out-of-the-way destination, but you can’t beat rooms with nightly rates more than $100 cheaper than Downtown and Manhattan, guests say. Comments (5)

Talking tour: Writers create stories out of visual art show

Art: Visual art gets a voice this week. Comments (2)

A bumpy ‘Ride’: Amusement park play dizzies but doesn’t dazzle

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: This horror show is light on fright. Comment

A time to speak, and a time to bite your tongue

Fearless Parenting: The boys are getting older, and now they have to make their own decisions. Comment
Page 1: You’ve stuck with this paper for years, even when others thought you were crazy, but it has finally paid off — The Brooklyn Paper is now the world champion of newspapers and we couldn’t have done it without you, the fans. So raise your arms in victory and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015

Grand arm-y plaza! City plans two-story bronze arm statue for Tillary Street

Downtown: We already know Brooklyn is number one — and this is the artwork to prove it! Comments (2)
Cobble Hill: The dormitories could bring up to 800 students into the neighborhood, according to civic leaders. Comments (8)
Williamsburg: They’ve tried protests, they’ve tried lawsuits — and now they’re turning to cartography. Comments (2)

Whale of a tale! ‘Moby-Dick’ adaptation performs on the water

Theater: They are fresh on the boat! Comments (1)

Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

F-ast and F-urious: Coney Islanders demand return of express F train

People’s Playground residents say it’s time to restore express F train service to the busier-than-ever amusement district. Comments (7)

Finally! A video game about the Battle of Brooklyn

The only way to win this game is to lose. Comment
Gowanus: It tasted and smelled less poop-y than last time, says Christopher Swain. Comments (6)

Mind my business! Entrepreneurs tell Stringer how to fix burdensome biz regs

They just want to get down to business. Comment

Monday, Oct. 19, 2015

Title nein! Students protest NYU-Poly’s new name

Brooklyn Is Angry: It is a case of mis-taken identity. Comments (2)

Police: Sicko sexually assaulted Bushwick woman at knifepoint

Bushwick: Police are looking for a man they say sexually assaulted a woman at knife point in a Bushwick apartment building in the early morning hours of Oct. 15. Comment
Transit: The blue bike-rental program wants to roll out these new docks in Red Hook, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, and Park Slope starting next spring. Comments (16)

Friday, Oct. 16, 2015

Community News Group donated the proceeds from our Oct. 2 Pink Paper issue to the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about breast cancer. Comments (4)

Long-stalled Greenpoint Hospital redevelopment wakes from coma

Greenpoint: And it is opening some old wounds. Comments (4)

Number two! Toxic avenger will make second attempt to swim Gowanus Canal

Cleaning Our Waterways: Call it a doodoo over! Comments (5)
Transit: Ferry good news! Comments (2)

Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015

Dining: We’ll have what she’s having! Comments (2)

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