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Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018

Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018

Nightlife: They’re making their presence felt! Comments (1)

Monday, Jan. 15, 2018

Class act: Teacher stars in one-woman show about public schools

Theater: She is running towards her past. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018

Helicopter parenting makes kids more anxious

Rhymes with Crazy: And here’s the solution: Let your children do things! Comment

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Jan. 12, 2018

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got Balkan bands, dog days, a space show, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018

Police name rapist in 1994 Prospect Park assault once widely discredited by Daily News columnist

Park Slope: Investigators on Jan. 9 named the man who they say raped a woman in Prospect Park nearly 24 years ago, citing DNA evidence and closing a case that a prominent New York Daily News columnist once loudly refuted. Comments (4)
Crime: Cops are on the hunt for three separate thieves who stole cash from three different North Brooklyn banks since the start of the new year. Comment

Bar back: Play looks at the history of Farrell’s

Theater: It’s a new play about old-school Brooklyn! Comments (8)
Page 1: The unsung heroes of the Brooklyn Paper have been ignored too long, but all that ends today with our latest and greatest invention — byline bylines. That’s right, if you’ve ever wondered about the names behind the names, wonder no longer. So start getting the credit you deserve, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018

Bridge ‘Park’: The developers of two polarizing towers at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 are so sure they’ve won their court battle over the legality of the yet-to-be-approved high-rises at the foot of Atlantic Avenue that they’ve already dug deep into their pockets to construct nearly 10 stories of a 15-story building, critics said. Comments (24)
Bedford-Stuyvesant: A city-based trust awarded leaders of the Brooklyn Community Pride Center with $120,000 to create an internship program for Kings County’s young LGBTQ professionals, who are largely underserved compared to their counterparts in other boroughs, the grant’s author said. Comment
Changing Brooklyn: A swanky five-story hotel with a mind-teasing, circuitous rooftop straight out of a lithograph by Dutch artist M.C. Escher will replace an old Gulf gas station in Crown Heights. Comments (2)
Coney Island: The Feds charged a Coney Island assemblywoman on Jan. 9 with stealing thousands of dollars from the city and from federal storm-recovery agencies in order to pay for a lavish lifestyle of cruises and clothes. Comments (8)
Art: She comes from the land of the ice and snow! Comments (2)

Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018

Williamsburg: A Williamsburg publisher is preserving the spoken word of ancient cultures by printing editions of its seasonal paper in some languages that are more common in a history book than daily life. Comments (4)
Cobble Hill: He’s licensed to Hill! Comments (6)

Out with the oldsters: Sisters of Mercy to send Narrows Senior Center into early retirement

Dyker Heights: Close to 100 seniors who frequent the Narrows Senior Center at the recently sold Angel Guardian home in Dyker Heights need to find a new community by next month because the Sisters of Mercy are kicking the center out earlier than expected, according to some soon-to-be-displaced elders. Comment

Monday, Jan. 8, 2018

Friday, Jan. 5, 2018

Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018

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