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It’s not puppy love: ‘Men Are Dogs’ plays up romance woes

Theater: These men are in the doghouse! Comment

Paradise lost: Interactive show wanders in the jungle

Bushwick: This theater piece gets steamy! Comment

Paradise lost: Two critics wander through interactive show

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: This steamy show required a double-team. Comment
Music: Fourth time’s the charm? Comment

A crazy Valentine’s Day from Skenazy

Rhymes with Crazy: Hey, that rhymes with crazy. Comments (2)

Sound Off to the Editor

Letters: Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment

Bay Ridge Nights has a brunch date for Valentine’s

Bay Ridge Nights: Love is in the Bay Ridge air! Comment

Love is in the Bay Ridge air!

Bay Ridge Nights: Our beloved buddies at BrooklynDaily.com have all the sappy details about romantic music and brunch dating in Bay Ridge during Valentine’s weekend. Read more…
Editor’s Picks: If music be the food of love, play on! There is plenty of great music to hear in Brooklyn this week, some excellent films — and also cartoon ponies! Enjoy it, Brooklyn! Comment

Love is color blind, and conquers all — in true Valentine’s Day fashion

A Britisher’s View: The road to true love can be paved with prejudice for inter-racial couples. One pair of lovebirds shares its pleasure and pain with our columnist for Valentine’s Day. Comment

Serial killer convicted

Bensonhurst: A 67-year-old Bensonhurst native murdered three Brooklyn shopkeepers in cold blood over the course of five months in 2012, a jury found on Feb. 10. Comment

Slice of heaven: ‘Pizza Project’ documents endangered local shops

Books: They finally shot their piece of the pie! Comments (8)

Tour of booty: ‘Love and Lust’ at Brooklyn Museum

Art: Make a date with the saucy history of Coney Island! Comment

Standing O is adding up the accolades

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

Trees are made for climbing, right?

Fearless Living: No, Stephanie. You are wrong. At least in city parks. Comments (3)
Page 1: Brooklyn is the world — everybody knows that. And to drive that point home, the only newspaper that matters — the Brooklyn Paper — now features every Brooklynite’s world view on its banner. So check it out and, as always, keep hustlin’ Brooklyn. Read more…

Shamorie Ponds managing growing star power

High School Sports: New York City’s uncontested best high-school baller is ready for the next step. Comment

Lincoln, Robeson biggest threats to Brooklyn champ Jefferson

Joe Knows: One potential public Brooklyn high-school basketball finale match-up stands out among the rest — Lincoln versus Jefferson. Comment

Everywhere a sign! Brooklyn’s gridiron Goliath’s commit

High School Sports: They’re all signed up! Brooklyn football players committed to colleges this past week. Here’s a breakdown of which programs will be blessed with which players. Comment

Brooklyn’s front yard

Bridge ‘Park’: This case really depends on your point of view! Comments (15)
Bridge ‘Park’: If the boat’s not a-rockin’, they’ll come a-knockin’! Comments (1)

Bad romance

Nightlife: This weekend, learn that love is a lie and we all die alone. Comment

Singled out: Things to do for the broken-hearted

Nightlife: Misery loves company. Comment

Flag on the play: Jo hated superbowl 50

Not for Nuthin’: Watching Super Bowl 50 was like watching two elks, antlers locked in battle, for two hours on National Geographic — it was sleep-inducing. I was hoping for halftime before the first quarter was done. Comment
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Talk about party animals! Comments (1)
Sea Gate: When she had an allergic reaction, he reacted. Comment
BoroBeat: It’s Brooklyn’s Iditarod! Comment
Shopping: This store combines two things with bounce under one roof. Comments (8)
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Listen: Gersh rips into DeBlasio’s streetcar plan

Podcast: Who doesn’t love streetcars? Gersh Kuntzman, that’s who. Comments (6)

Ridge leader Larry Morrish dead at 71

Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge megalith Larry Morrish died on Feb. 8 at the age of 71. Comment

Brooklyn Paper Radio: Gersh rips into DeBlasio’s streetcar plan

Who doesn’t love streetcars? Gersh Kuntzman, that’s who. The guys take Brooklyn-Queens Connector planner Harris Schechtman to task. Plus they talk to some Bushwick hipsters who sell milled-to-order grains. It’s all on Brooklyn Paper Radio. Read more…
Flatbush: An 85-year-old East Flatbush man died after a 25-year-old plowed his car into the man on Feb. 6. Comment

Mr. Fourth Quarter: Smith’s late-game heroics power Jefferson past Christ the King

High School Sports: The fourth quarter is first in Curtis Smith’s heart. Comment

Reid’s 30-point night leads Lions to bounce-back win

High School Sports: Milicia “Mimi” Reid shed her slump in Bishop Loughlin’s most complete performance of the season. Comment

Off your trolley

High School Sports: Taysir Mack needed every last second to decide his future. Comment

Signing with Ohio State bigger than football for Erasmus’ Wint

High School Sports: This Buckeye bucked the trend. Comment

On Board! Council wants Boardwalk landmarked

Coney Island: Call it board-based support. Comments (3)

Vacation pics are a ‘welcome mat’ for burglars

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our tech-savvy typist warns you not to brag to the whole world when you’re out of town on vacation, beause you never know who might be paying attention. Comment
Downtown: The tourist center at Borough Hall is about to get a high-tech boost, making it easier for visitors to shop, dine, and chill in Brooklyn. Comment
Downtown: The tourist center at Borough Hall is about to get a high-tech boost, making it easier for visitors to shop, dine, and chill in Brooklyn. Comment
Transit: It is a streetcar named DeBlasio. Comments (34)
Brooklyn Heights: There is no time to beat around the bush! Comments (10)

18 alleged gang members charged with ‘hunting’ Canarsie residents

Crime: Prosecutors are charging more than a dozen alleged Flatbush gang members with murder and conspiracy for going on “hunting expeditions” to gun down rival gangsters — and even civilians — simply for living in Canarsie. Comments (2)

Everything and the kitchen sink: City opens culinary ‘incubator’ in Bed-Stuy

BoroBeat: Too many cooks won’t spoil this broth. Comment

Teen allegedly attacks prominent Brooklyn Heights rabbi

Brooklyn Heights: A prominent Brooklyn Heights rabbi claims he was targeted by a group of young ruffians last week and will host a rally on Friday morning demanding peace on the neighborhood’s streets. Comments (5)

We’re full! Bed-Stuy board says nabe has enough homeless, mentally ill

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Bedford-Stuyvesant is shouldering more than its fair share of the city’s homeless and mentally-ill population, say members of the local community board — and now they’re putting their feet down. Comments (1)

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