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Books: He’s drawing a younger crowd! Comments (2)

Community unites in costume: Slope Halloween parade marches on hours after city terrorist attack

Park Slope: It was a night of frights following a day of terror. Comments (3)
Cinema: It’s a feast for the eyes — and the nose! Comment

Duo robs man at gunpoint, cops later nab one of them

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

Teen thief snatches items from a lingerie shop

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

House of corruption: Ex-Trump staffer used C’Gardens home to deceive government, special counsel alleges

Carroll Gardens: The president’s ex-campaign chairman allegedly used his Carroll Gardens brownstone to launder money, evade taxes on foreign income, and as collateral for illegal loans. Comments (1)

Looking out for the little guy: City to help mom-and-pops meet accessibility codes after series of suits

Park Slope: Officials launched a program to protect small-business owners from lawsuits after an attorney representing a disabled man serially sued Park Slope establishments for violating a federal accessibility law. Comments (9)

Double Deutsch! Beer hall owners open second spot

Dining: It’s the prost with the most! Comments (2)

Check them out: Lendable artifacts at the library–museum

Crown Heights: A few of the more interesting items that kids may be able to borrow for show-and-tell when the Brower Park library moves into the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Comment

Cops: Man shot dead on Vinegar Hill street

Vinegar Hill: Police are searching for the gunman who shot a man to death outside a public-housing complex in Vinegar Hill on Oct. 25. Comment

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