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Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016

‘Moby-Dish’: Dinner inspired by whale tale

Dining: Call it Ish-meal. Comment

Monday, Jan. 18, 2016

Maze of our lives: Dancers perform inside a labyrinth

Dance: This show may leave you feeling lost. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016

Are playdates the end of playing?

Rhymes with Crazy: Shouldn’t our kids just be outside playing with each other, without adult supervision? Comment

Friday, Jan. 15, 2016

Editor’s Picks: This week Brooklyn remembers its heroes, with tributes to David Bowie and to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. And for less serious activities, there are comedy show, music festivals, and delicious soups! Comment

Bay Ridge Nights has got you covered

Bay Ridge Nights: Our friends at BrooklynDaily.com have the scoop on all the bands rocking out in Bay Ridge! Comment
Theater: It’s a world gone wild! Comment

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016

Downtown plan: Call it a tall order. Comments (16)
Williamsburg: Prepare for commuter L. Comments (12)
Mean Streets: They’re making Meeker Avenue meeker. Comments (8)

Who are my kids? I’ll let them figure it out

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie remembers not to push when she doesn’t have to. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: They’re raising the stakes to raze the steaks. Comments (4)
Page 1: This is Brooklyn Paper to Major Tom. You’ve really made the grade. And this paper wants to know whose shirts you wear. Now it’s time to leave the capsule if you dare. Take your protein pill and keep hustlin’ Bowie. Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016

Sunset arts on the rise

Art: School is in for winter! Comment

Sunset goes Nova: ‘New Art’ shows scene is blowing up

Art: This local art scene is a hotspot! Comment

Read all about it! Daily News now just to a dollar a copy!

Red, white, and phew! New York’s “Hometown Paper” is now a quarter less expensive. Comments (2)

Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016

Residents: DeBlasio ‘creating two cities’ by building market-rate housing at Wyckoff Gardens

Changing Brooklyn: It is a tale of two cities in one public housing project. Comments (12)
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Heights councilman: Bloomberg to blame for city’s homeless crisis

Podcast: It all came down on another edition of Brooklyn Paper Radio! Comments (22)
Art: First it was imprisoned without charges — and now it is being framed! Comments (4)
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Massive brawl breaks out in Marine Park women’s pro hockey game

Here’s one thing Rosie the Riveter can’t do. Comments (1)
Fort Greene: They’re trading little pink packets for pink slips. Comments (5)
Photo Galleries: It was a chipper leaves-taking. Comment
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Listen: Hey Mel Brooks! We need your help!

Podcast: Our Brooklyn Paper Radio team wants something out of Mel Brooks before it is too late! Comments (1)
The Nets sacked head coach Lionel Hollins and reassigned general manager Billy King this weekend over the team’s poor performance. Comments (1)
Downtown: Brooklyn didn’t get the Democratic National Convention, but it might get a drug lord. Comments (5)

Monday, Jan. 11, 2016

DUMBO: That’s the buzz in Brooklyn Heights! Comments (5)
Boardwalk cops are coming to clean up Sponge Bob — and our pals at BrooklynDaily.com have the scoop! Read more…
Leaves of Grass: Brooklyn’s cottage tech industry is at an all time high! Comments (6)

Woodhull apartments for mental-health patients will be directly across from school

Bedford-Stuyvesant: PS 59 will be sandwiched between the new apartment block and a homeless shelter. Comments (1)
Changing Brooklyn: We guess that’s why they say every rose has its thorn. Comment

Friday, Jan. 8, 2016

Changing Brooklyn: The deal would build a wall figuratively and literally between two Cadman Plaza properties — but only one side will profit. Comments (4)

Bushwick artist scraps ‘Most influential’ residents show — but critics want it back

Brooklyn Is Angry: This artist didn’t need an eraser — just a different frame. Comments (14)

Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016

Bedford-Stuyvesant: He banned kids, but he won’t nix the new kids on the block. Comments (8)
Changing Brooklyn: One of Brooklyn’s oldest roads is getting a new look. Comments (6)

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