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Friday, Dec. 30, 2016

New Year's Eve

Nightlife: In with the new, out with the auld lang syne! Comments (3)
Nightlife: Call it New Year’s Island! Comments (1)

Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016

Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016

Don’t let them die without a fight!

Rhymes with Crazy: New York State needs to allow those facing sure death from an incurable disease the right to test new medications, says our columnist. Comment

Friday, Dec. 23, 2016

Sing in the holidays in Bay Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: Bells are ringng, carolers are singing, Bay Ridge is rocking! Our friends at BrooklynDaily.com have the seasonal scoop! Read more…

Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016

Kensington: Locals think it is some bigot’s attempt to make the area’s large Bangladeshi community look bad, but no one is sure. Comments (34)
Sunset Park: One in 10 hotel-shelter beds are in the neighborhood. Comments (2)

Labor leader says Abbate’s ‘union-made’ Christmas cards are a sham

Party Line: ut the pol claims the situation is not as black and white as it seems. Read more…

Chow down

Get sum info: Feed your head with history of Chinese food

Dining: Get the low-down on lo mein! Comment
Page 1: Now, we’re not usually ones to stuff our own stockings, but you’d be plum nuts not to unwrap this one — it’s truly a gift from the first Claus to the last. So pour yourself a cup of wassail, nestle yourself in a good chair, and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn. Comment

Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016

Changing Brooklyn: He’s the Don of Dumbo! Comments (4)

Avoiding the ‘S’ word: Brooklyn College vows to protect undocumented students — but won’t say ‘sanctuary’

Midwood: The school has joined dozens of other universities across the country in vowing to protect undocumented students from the clutches of a new federal government hellbent on deporting them. Comments (10)
Music: They are feeling fired up! Comment
Breaking Chews: Everyone’s Russian to eat at this restaurant! Comment

Spirit of the season

Park Slope: Merry Fifth-mas! Comment

Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016

Park Slope: Big Olive Oil is giving a Park Slope grocer the squeeze! Comments (1)
Boerum Hill: Happy non-denominational holiday season! Comment

Caribbean Christmas market brings island flavor to holiday season

Shopping: It is a very Caribbean Christmas! Comment

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016

Gowanus: They’ve been talking about death for years, and now they’ve finally gone through with it. Comments (3)

No-tel! Sunset Parkers: New hotels will be glorified homeless shelters

Sunset Park: Six new hotels sprouting up in the industrial portion of Sunset Park are just wolves in sheep’s clothing that will end up housing homeless people instead of tourists, claims a community activist. Comments (5)

Seasonal cheer

Park Slope: Caroling has never been so cool! Comments (2)

A beloved holiday tradition

A beloved holiday tradition

Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Heights residents gathered to light their neighborhood Christmas tree at the foot of Montague Street on Dec. 14. The festival boasted a choir singing carols and some of the best views in the borough.

Friday, Dec. 16, 2016

Its not all white! PS 307 leader fears new Dumbo residents steering clear of minority-majority school

Class Action: The number of white kids going to the school hasn’t budged since zoning was changed last year. Comments (10)
►Audio

Sal Albanese: Our mayor is corrupt

Podcast: The just-announced mayoral candidate from Bay Ridge says our present mayor has to go — and he’s the one to replace him. That plus Lenore Skenazy, whose last name rhymes with “crazy,” and Daily News investigative reporter Greg B. Smith on today’s edition of Brooklyn Paper Radio! Comments (7)
Sunset Park: A local craftsmen is building a furniture-making empire — all before his 17th birthday. Comments (3)

Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016

Rezoning: Councilman Brad Lander laid into the developer on Monday in a heated hearing, at one point threatening to walk out. Comments (11)
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