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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Books: He’s written a book that spans the years! Comments (2)

Monday, April 30, 2018

The beans from Oz: Park Slope coffee shop is latest Australian import

Dining: Welcome to Brooklyn, mates! Comments (1)

Saturday, April 28, 2018

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, April 27, 2018

And they’re off! New York Road Runners bringing weekly community jogs to Bay Ridge

Event: A city community running organization will debut its free weekly group runs — also open to walkers — in Shore Road Park in Bay Ridge next month. Comment

Hi! Hi Birdie!

‘Birds’ of paradise: Ancient Greek comedy gets a new, idyllic ending

Theater: This play showed up on a wing and a prayer! Comment

For the Birds: Other ornithological activities in Brooklyn

Event: There are plenty of birds of a feather flocking to Brooklyn! Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got samurai swordfighters, stripping superheroes, a medieval meal, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Fort Greene: Bigwigs at car-hailing business Uber are scooping up a Fort Greene bicycle manufacturer in a deal that its founder hopes will bring the Brooklyn-made two-wheelers to more metropolises worldwide — including New York City, where the company’s pedal-assist-electric and dockless cycles may soon be allowed to cruise streets. Comments (5)

Back-to-back BPR

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Park Slope mom: How I stopped worrying and learned to love Trump

Podcast: It finally happend: Stephanie Thompson, our fearless parent from Park Slope, has admitted she loves our orange president. But does she really? Tune in to find out! Comment
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Hacked! Activist claims foreign entities stole his poll

Boerum Hill: A Fort Greene man says a simple survey on his website about a controversial tower near his home suddenly received international attention — and lots of “Yes” votes — from people who shouldn’t care about it at all. Comments (10)
Williamsburg: These bookworms have deep pockets! Comment
Music: She will sing the music of Kings! Comment

Celebrating freedom for the two young men in her life

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie figures it’s best to let boys be boys. Comments (1)
Page 1: At The Brookyn Paper, we never plead the fifth, we plead the first! That’s because it is our right to speak our mind no matter what the naysayers naysay! For years we’ve told it like it is, damn the consequences — and the torpedoes! So keep reading what we write, speaking the truth, and answering the question asked without copping out. And as always, keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

For the love of sod

Wild Brooklyn: These Brooklynites love their Mother! Comment
Crime: Cops busted a man suspected of brutally slashing another guy and leaving him for dead on a Borough Park street early Sunday morning. Comment
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Play, Boy! All-girl group Boytoy launches new album

Music: They’re not the boys from Oz! Comment

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Monumental discourse: Cemetery leaders setting meeting with neighbors about controversial statue

Greenwood Heights: The top brass at a local graveyard will meet with critics seething over a plan to adorn the necropolis with a polarizing statue that city officials banished from public display. Comments (9)

No-fun zone: City forces promoter to cancel second bash at PLG building

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: The city pulled the plug on a promoter’s April 21 party planned for a Prospect-Lefferts Gardens residential building the day before the event — the second year in a row officials stopped the host from partying at the complex due to lack of permits. Comments (7)
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Man exposes himself on train in Prospect Heights

Prospect Heights: Cops are searching for an alleged exhibitionist who revealed his genitals to a woman while aboard a subway in Prospect Heights. Comments (4)

Monday, April 23, 2018

Blind Spots: Mayor DeBlasio is okay with the city’s multi-million-dollar business with private-sanitation company Action Carting, whose drivers have hit and killed five people in the last decade, according to his spokesman. Comments (12)

Reformer’s road: Civic leaders vote to name Downtown street after black activist-journalist who lived there

Downtown: A Downtown street may soon bear the name of a pioneering African-American journalist who settled in Kings County amid her career using the pen to fight racism and champion civil rights. Comment
Co-op d’Etat: Members of a Clinton Hill co-operative market are clinking glasses of kombucha because do-gooders donated enough cash for the store to set up shop inside a new space after its landlord sold its current building last month. Comment

Friday, April 20, 2018

Boerum Hill: Civic gurus on Wednesday unanimously rejected a real-estate firm’s plan for a five-building megadevelopment on the edge of Boerum Hill. Comments (11)
Bedford-Stuyvesant: Funnyman Tracy Morgan returned to his native Bedford-Stuyvesant this week to snip the opening-day ribbon at a pair of revamped basketball courts in the neighborhood’s Marcy Playground. Comment

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