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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Theater: Brooklyn is double, double, toil and trouble-ing down on “Macbeth” this summer — but there’s more! Comment
Music: Fifteen concerts to put on your calendar! Comment

Monday, May 22, 2017

Former Sunset Park pol runs for her old seat

Party Line: The rumors are true! Former Sunset Park Councilwoman Sara Gonzalez is looking to take back her seat. Comments (3)

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Finsta-gram: Inside the heads of Millennials

Rhymes with Crazy: What makes these guys tick? Read to find out. Comments (5)

Saturday, May 20, 2017

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, May 19, 2017

Editor’s Picks: We’ve got a deadly dungeons, famous old restaurants, outdoor films, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Sweet talkie: An almost-silent romance in 1920s Coney Island

Cinema: It’s Sodom by the Sea on the silent, silver screen! Comment

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Bay Ridge: Talk about dropping a line. Comments (20)
Dyker Heights: Bay Ridgites assembled in front of Rep. Dan Donovan’s Dyker Heights office on May 11 to demand the lawmaker support a special counsel and the creation of an independent commission of experts to investigate President Trump’s ties to Russia in the wake of the abrupt firing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, who was leading the inquiry. But the congressman does not support the appointment of special counsel or the creation of any other groups to tag-team the investigation, because he has confidence in the existing probes, and is more interested with who will replace Comey at the bureau, said a rep for the legislator. Comments (3)

Sunset Parkers clash over Fourth Avenue bike lane

Sunset Park: This is going to be an uphill battle. Comments (23)

Host with the boast! Comedian leads a compliment contest

Event: Nice guys finish first! Comment

Fantastic food: Eat like the talking mice of ‘Redwall’

Dining: It’s a meal fit for a mouse! Comment
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Fuzzy Brooklyn: They’re baaaaa-ck!* Comments (2)

Freed Prospect Park turtles living the good life in Prospect Park.

Wild Brooklyn: It’s turtles napping instead of turtle-nappings! Comment
Photo Galleries: Retired Bishop Thomas Daily, the Bishop Emeritus of the Brooklyn Archdiocese, whose legacy included fund-raising triumphs, a highly publicized clash with a governor over abortion, and the taint of pedophile priest scandals in two dioceses, died on May 15 at age 89. Comment
Downtown: It was their privilege to attend. Comments (5)

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

They’re making history in Brighton Beach — and they’re proud! Comments (7)
Nightlife: Set sail for day-drinking! Comment
Photo Galleries: Once again, it was out with the old, in with the new. Comment
Photo Galleries: Torch relay kicks off senior games Comment

Monday, May 15, 2017

Mean Streets: Oh, it’ll be a parkway. Comment

Community Board 2 says ‘No’ to controversial Clinton Hill charter school building

Clinton Hill: Community Board 2 voted down a controversial plan to build a 100-foot-tall high school in Clinton Hill on Wednesday. Comments (13)
Kensington: A judge has ordered the bankrupt barn back to the aution block if a deal to sell it isn’t completed by June 22. Comments (7)
Mean Streets: The city will install a bike lane on Classon Avenue between Clinton Hill and Crown Heights where a bicyclist was killed last year, heeding the call of the more then 5,600 petitioners who demanded the safety measure after the tragic death. Comments (36)

Council passes long-awaited ‘illegal conversion’ bill

Dyker Heights: Council has finally passed a long-awaited bill to curb illegal home conversions where landlords dice up buildings and cram tenants into dangerous living conditions — a practice that plagues Southern Brooklyn. Comments (1)
Sunset Park: The Landmarks Preservation Commission green-lighted a $4-million reboot for the Sunset Park Recreation Center on May 9. Comment

Friday, May 12, 2017

Park Slope: He’s been charged with stalking his ex-girlfriend, and now he needs tim to “get over” her. Read more…

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