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Friday, Nov. 9, 2018

Downtown: Cops on Thursday cuffed two men the day after one them allegedly shot and killed a guy inside an Albee Square West store in the fourth Downtown shooting in five months. Comments (5)
Shopping: Macy’s bigwigs today unveiled their newly remodeled location inside the historic Downtown buildings once home to Brooklyn’s beloved homegrown department store Abraham and Straus. Comments (2)
Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment
Bedford-Stuyvesant: Cops on Thursday arrested two teenagers accused of knocking the hat off the head of a 14-year-old Jewish boy, pushing a girl to the ground, and hurling a pipe at a Bedford-Stuyvesant synagogue on Nov. 3. Comments (9)

Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018

Carroll Gardens: This Brooklyn paper wants to be the Brooklyn Paper! Comments (5)
Changing Brooklyn: Our pals at our sister website, Brownstoner, have a great story on the city’s recent digitization of images that officials in 1940 took of buildings across Kings County while appraising their values way back when. Click to give it a read — and go back in time! Comment

‘This is not Afghanistan’: Beep demands voting-system reforms after problem-riddled Election Day

Downtown: City and state officials must overhaul the city’s archaic voting system, which on Tuesday failed hundreds of Brooklynites trying to cast ballots in the decisive midterm election, according to Borough President Adams, who on Wednesday unveiled a five-point plan to bring the outdated system into the 21st century. Comments (8)
Downtown: An Iraqi refugee who fled death threats in his homeland now helps other refugees begin their new lives in Kings County. Comments (4)

Victorian adventure: Love stories play out in Ditmas Park home

Theater: They’re playing house! Comment
Brighton Beach: A dozen grandmas from the borough and beyond showed off their talents at this year’s Grandmothers Pageant in Brighton Beach. Comment

The Brooklyn Paper did it!

Page 1: It can’t believe it, but it did it. It made it through. It crossed the finish line. It summited the mountain. It did not give up. It did not run away. It did not buckle. What did the Paper do, you ask? Why, meet its deadline, of course. And now, it gets to start the process all over again. And it can’t wait. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

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