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Monday, Nov. 2, 2015

Reason for the season-ings: Book from Do or Dine chef explains the laws of flavor

Books: Justin Warner, the inventive chef behind the beloved but recently-shuttered restaurant, has a new project: a cookbook. Comment

Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015

A Broadway star reads to deaf children

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore heads to an elementary school in Manhattan to prove that teachers can make a difference. Comments (1)

Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

Bay Ridge is vampire-batty for baseball!

Bay Ridge Nights: Our pals at BrooklynDaily.com guide you to the most spooktacular sports events happening in the Ridge! Comment
Editor’s Picks: The groovy ghoulies are out in force this weekend! Once you recover from hiding under the bed (or from your hangover — we don’t judge), venture out again for some awesome music. Once again, Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Souled for a song: Band hosts a party parade with spirit

Music: Call them Joan of park! Comment

Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

Before the doe-saster: ‘Fawnbook’ imagines an analog apocalypse

Theater: Hold on for deer life! Comment
Downtown: The Beep took the borough out to the ball game! Comment
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Watch ace reporter Colin Mixson on TV!

Between picking up police blotters and interviewing local kids about their Halloween costumes, ace Brooklyn Paper reporter Colin Mixson swung by the studios of community access television network Bric […] Comments (1)

When to push, and when to shove

The Dad: This week, the Dad makes sure his daughter does the work necessary to get into a good college. Comment
Page 1: The Brooklyn Paper is not for sale — it is free in your nearest news box every Friday — but it is for sail! That’s because The Brooklyn Paper loves everything about our nautical paradise. Sure, dolphins die in the Gowanus Canal, but oysters are floushing in Newtown Creek and Red Hook is on the rise. So seas the day and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015

The Ride: Players from our beloved Brooklyn Cyclones couldn’t get past Kansas City as players who never stepped foot in Brooklyn failed miserably. Comments (2)

Cutting remarks: Barber tells stories from the trimming biz

Event: It’s shear entertainment! Comment
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Look, we know you just want to see the photos, but we wrote an article as well. Comment

NYPD pink! 88th Precinct marches for breast cancer awareness

Fort Greene: Fort Greene? More like Fort Pink! Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015

Photo Galleries: Meet the Mets — because most of them were made in Brooklyn! Comment

Really Greenpoint

Toxic shock! Marine life returning to Newtown Creek

Cleaning Our Waterways: Newtown Creek is back from the dead! Comment
Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: How green was my alley? This map has the answers! Comments (2)

Two teens shot, one dead Downtown

Downtown: A gunman fatally shot a teen in the head, and wounded another Downtown on Monday evening, police said. Comments (6)

Eagle-eyed librarians name the most Brooklyn books of the year

Books: They’ve got the write stuff! Comments (1)

G-aaargh-den party! Haunted Walk returns to Prospect Park

Park Slope: And parents say it’s just as good as when they were kids. Comment

Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

TOMORROW: Watch the World Series at Borough Hall!

Awesome: Watch baseball with the Beep! Comment
Carroll Gardens: They don’t want to be another PS 8. Comments (3)

Hot to tot! Sunset Parkers want shuttered brothel turned into school

Sunset Park: Call it “The School of Hard...” nevermind. Sunset Park parents want to turn an alleged whorehouse into a house of learning. Comments (4)
Changing Brooklyn: This sequel was better than the original, say Slopers. Comments (10)
Changing Brooklyn: The promise of a few extra feet and fewer parking spots won’t be enough to force developers to include below-marekt housing, says land-use committee. Comments (2)

Friday, Oct. 23, 2015

Bushwick: This is just his type. Comments (5)

Take out: Burglars nab $63K looting eateries in Park Slope, Red Hook

Park Slope: These burglars are growing fat on Brooklyn diners. Comments (2)

Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

Bed-Stuy parents: Our kids deserve gifted and talented classes

Bedford-Stuyvesant: District 16 — which covers most of Bedford-Stuyvesant and a small part of Crown Heights — is one of only two districts in the city that doesn’t offer the program. Comments (10)

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