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Space opera: ‘Hubble Cantata’ brings galaxy into focus

Music: See the stars while under the stars! Comment

Local on locomotive: Dumbo artist sings about the subway

Music: She’s singing an ode to the F! Comment

There is nothing wrong with mail-order brides

Rhymes with Crazy: Talk about a win-win! Everyone who thinks mail-order brides are bad don’t know a thing about mail-order brides! Comments (7)

Bay Ridge is chilling out

Bay Ridge Nights: Beat the heat in Bay Ridge this weekend! Comment
Editor’s Picks: The week, check out a mini zine festival, watch an outdoor film, and step inside Donald Trump’s campaign bus! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Chill out in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge Nights: Beat the heat in Bay Ridge this weekend — our pals at BrooklynDaily.com have all the coolest events in the neighborhood. Read more…

A Vote of no-confidence for ‘Cancelwoman’ Sarsour

A Britisher’s View: Brooklyn needs to squelch anti-American, cop-hating Muslim wacktivist Linda Sarsour’s political whims, writes our columnist. Comment
BoroBeat: Meet the leader of Brooklyn’s only Army post. Comment

Standing O is at it again!

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

Coney’s got talent! Brooklynites put on a seaside show

BoroBeat: Talk about a hot performance! Comment

Mookie sighting! Wilson pitches in for Clones

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: It’s always great to see Mets’ legends at MCU Park, and this week, the famous center fielder showed up! Comments (3)

Start it up: Kickstarter fest shows off local creators

Event: There is no kicking back at this festival! Comment

Proof we are all lemmings: Pokemon Go and Starbucks

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie realizes it doesn’t take much to motivate us, or does it? Comments (2)
Page 1: How did we get here, America? Look, we at The Brooklyn Paper don’t care if you’re liberal or conservative, black or white, gay or straight, or a Brooklynite or a Manhattanite (wait, check that, we do care about that one), but we do wonder: How can it be, in the so-called greatest country on Earth, that America ended up with an election pitting two of its most-reviled citizens? Of course, the good news is that the Republic (of Brooklyn) will survive...as long as you keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Rising to the top: Chamber of Commerce names Brooklyn’s best new buildings

Fort Greene: They’re the buildings of tomorrow — today! Comments (1)

Curb appeal: Homeowner wants city to fix sidewalk it broke

Mill Basin: He won’t curb his enthusiasm. Comment
Gerritsen Beach: They have no need for speed — just urgency. Comment
Brooklyn Is Angry: They say it is simply the wurst neighbor around. Comments (9)
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Cops hunting Sheepshead Bay shooter

Sheepshead Bay: Police are searching for the goon who shot a teen in front of an Avenue X deli on July 25. Comment

Predator rapes, robs Bushwick woman in her home

Bushwick: Police are looking for a dirtbag who raped and robbed a woman at gunpoint after breaking into her Bushwick home early on Monday morning. Comments (1)

Jo does her Stan impression

Not for Nuthin’: Jo takes on “heat domes,” anti-Trumpers, and some great sci-fi movies in store for this summer in a grab-bag column inspired by wordsmith Stan Gershbein. Comment

Double down: Cyclones take two from Staten Island

The Ride: Brooklyn notched a pair of victories on Tuesday night, taking the doubleheader against the Yankees and sweeping the series at MCU Park. Comment
Downtown: Long Island University’s all-time leading scorer had dreams of Olympic glory this summer, but a training-camp injury will keep him from playing in Rio. Comment
Coney Island: Coney’s top cop says he’s ushered in the steepest drop in crime in any precinct citywide by focusing on the “Dirty 30” — a group of baddies he says cannot keep their noses clean. Comment

Fourth attempted rape near Prospect Park in two months

Prospect Heights: This time in Prospect Heights. Comments (1)
BoroBeat: Talk about running in the family! Comment

Police: Guy flashed his junk on 2 train

Downtown: Police are searching for a guy who they say flashed a straphanger on a 2 train Downtown on July 20. Comment
Rimshot: These comics are in the know! Comment

Pup art! Ditmas Park artist specializes in dog portraits

Fuzzy Brooklyn: They’re works of arf! Comment
BoroBeat: Good and evil clashed in a momentous battle at MCU Park on July 23, and it was not the hometown Brooklyn Cyclones against the hated Staten Island Yankees — it was between the Jedi and Sith. Comment

Back to life: ‘Ghost Quartet’ returns to Bushwick

Music: It’s Halloween in July! Comment
Fort Greene: Fort Greene-born Lia Neal is set to appear in her second Olympic Games when she joins Team USA in Rio next month — and this time she’s determined to dominate the competition. Comment

Frampton comes alive in Brooklyn: Irish fighter set for Barclays bout

Prospect Heights: Irish boxing sensation Carl Frampton is set to battle in the Barclays Center ring, taking on featherweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz on July 30. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: Under his watch, the precinct has seen the sixth-largest reduction in crime citywide. Comment
Bay Ridge: Talk about firing on all cylinders! Comment

Two-way street: Council OKs controversial co-namings for fallen Levin aide, black businessman

Clinton Hill: Hope Reichbach Way and Cecil Collymore Way are both coming to Community Board 2. Comments (9)
Bay Ridge: Call it an exceptional gift. Comment
Williamsburg: He would like to report two crimes against fashion! Comments (4)

Police find dead women in Williamsburg, Crown Heights parks

Williamsburg: Police found dead bodies in two Brooklyn parks on the weekend — first in Crown Heights and then Williamsburg Comments (5)

Sunday shutout: Brooklyn blanks Staten Island in win

The Ride: Cyclones starter Thomas Szapucki was dominant in his New York-Penn League debut, leading the squad to a shutout victory over the hated Staten Island Yankees on Sunday afternoon. Comment

Outta here: Cyclones use long ball to take down Aberdeen

The Ride: Brooklyn’s bats were out in force on Saturday night as the squad connected on three home runs to defeat the IronBirds in the series finale at MCU Park. Comment

Procs rock! Reader’s raccoon swoon makes fur fly

You refer to raccoons as “pesky rodents,” but likening raccoons to rodents reinforces the inaccurate stigma surrounding these mammals (“Distempered tantrum” by Julianne Cuba, July 22). Comment

Cyclones implode in lopsided loss to Aberdeen

The Ride: Brooklyn surrendered an early lead and gave up 14 hits as the IronBirds rallied for a late-game onslaught on Friday night at MCU Park. Comment
Brighton Beach: These digs are going from below water to below market rate! Comment
Midwood: They may be inn over their head. Comment
Podcast: Vacationing co-host Gersh Kuntzman again burst into the studio and implored listeners invest in his fledgling comedy. Comment

Cyclones hold off Aberdeen, take series opener

The Ride: Brooklyn starter Harol Gonzalez was a force on the mound, while second baseman Michael Paez made the game-ending play to lead the Cyclones to a win at MCU Park on Thursday. Comment

Red Hook man shot dead in front of his apartment building

Red Hook: Police are searching for a gunman who fatally wounded a Red Hook man outside his home on Tuesday night. Comment
Jeremy Lin is back in New York for the first time since his Linsanity days with the Knicks in 2012. But the point guard isn’t coming to the Nets as a phenomenon, he’s coming as a veteran presence. Comment
Bridge ‘Park’: Talk about a pipe dream. Comments (6)

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