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Blerd lines: Black nerd festival lands in Dumbo

Boro of Nerds: Blerd is the word! Comments (1)

Sax machine! Musician uses synth on his horn

Music: He’s no Kenny G! Comments (1)
Music: All roads lead to Brooklyn — whether you like it or not! Comment
Williamsburg: Talk about an ice cold beer! Comments (1)

Jokes and junk: Female comics quip about their bits

Gowanus: They’re all bit parts! Comments (2)

Ferry tale of Dumbo

Ferry tale of Dumbo

Ferry Tales: Time to sail down under — the Manhattan Bridge! Comments (1)

Raccoon killed after charming Clinton Hill locals

Wild Brooklyn: The only crime he was guilty of is stealing our hearts. Comments (8)

String a different tune: Gay puppet musical comes to Park Slope

Theater: This ain’t your kids’ puppet show. Comments (1)

Looter rips laundry card machine from apartment building

Fort Greene: Plus more relentless crime from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Comment

Bike bandit takes off with woman’s two-wheeler

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Comment

Intruder swipes sleeping woman’s laptop from Carroll Street home

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: This case’s outcome goes far beyond the green space’s confines. Comments (3)
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Don’t call it a catwalk! Comments (2)
Fort Greene: These vendors are in the business of love. Comments (9)

Squeak thief! Rodent stole woman’s mail for two months, exterminator says

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Talk about a pack rat! Comments (3)
Fort Greene: Call it a creative union. Comment

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