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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

A Cobble Hill bar with a good burger

Bar Scrawl: What more do you need? Comments (4)

Thursday, May 12, 2011

The Brooklyn Bridge is forever — so get a tattoo of it

Event: Head to Brooklyn Tattoo on May 22 to do just that in honor of the iconic span’s 128th anniversary. Comments (10)

New puppet theater opens on Columbia Street

Parenting: Roll over, Puppetworks — ClockWorks Theater is here. And this one isn’t just for kids. Comments (1)

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Another teen wolfpack attack

Carroll Gardens: Plus all the other crime news from Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Red Hook’s 76th Precinct. Comments (3)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Rendering vs. reality on Smith Street

Carroll Gardens: Who are you going to believe — a developer or your own lying eyes? Comments (8)

Torched! PS 29’s new gym equipment is set ablaze

Cobble Hill: A weekend arsonist scorched newly installed playground equipment at Public School 29 in Cobble Hill, alarming area residents and ruining the fun for hundreds of children. Comments (4)

Yeah, but aren’t all renderings just lies?

Carroll Gardens: The rendering of the building at the corner of Smith Street and Second Place is hardly alone as an example of artifice trumping actuality. Here are some other examples. Comment

Monday, May 9, 2011

This month, the best art may be at a flower shop

Art: Opalia Flowers hosts a big exhibit of Ken Rush. Comments (1)

Misplaced Gowanus dance club to become neighborhood music venue

Nightlife: An out-of-place dance club — shuttered after noise and capacity violations — will reopen this week in Gowanus with a new name and concept. Comments (1)

Friday, May 6, 2011

Day care center to be named for late Council staffer Reichbach

Boerum Hill: Boerum Hill’s Strong Place Day Care Center will soon be renamed in honor of Hope Reichbach, the City Council staffer who worked to save the facility from city budget cuts. Comments (16)

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