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Atlantic Yards: Rejected! Hizzoner tells the Atlantic Yards developer that no more public money is forthcoming. Comments (10)

Sexy Adam and Eve story is the apple of our critic’s eye

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Mike McLaughlin, the Butcher of Flatbush Avenue Extension, got a rise out of the partly naked retelling of the Fall of Man. Comments (1)
Brooklyn Angle: He came. He saw. He kicked my butt. Comments (2)

In the 39th District: Heyer Heyer pants on fire

Election: Four Democratic candidates for City Council rebuked their more conservative rival John Heyer for boycotting a debate in Park Slope on Tuesday night after he claimed it was “rigged” because one of the moderators was biased against him due to his supposed positions against gay marriage and abortion rights. Comments (3)
Development: A 38-year-old record store (yes, a record store) is being evicted on Fifth Avenue. Comments (27)

Thieves were hungry

Crime: This week, the blotter was stuffed to the gills with restaurant crimes. Plus, all the other police news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Mooney’s eclipsed! Sharlene’s Bar opens in ‘old man’ space on Flatbush Avenue

Nightlife: Fans of Mooney’s can stop crying in their Buds — a new bar has finally filled the gaping hole on the Prospect Heights side of Flatbush Avenue. Comment

Smartmom says: Plenty of women can be just as happy without kids!

Smartmom: If it’s Tuesday, it’s Smartmom day on the award-winning BrooklynPaper.com. This week, Smartmom shows the positive side of life without kids. Comments (2)

SCREECH! Music school robbed of high-end strings

Crime: Someone is playing out of tune at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music on Seventh Avenue — which was robbed of $1,400 worth of student violins, cops said this week. Comment
Mean Streets: A Park Slope group voted on Wednesday to support a revolutionary proposal for a two-way bike lane on the park-side of Prospect Park West that would be protected from traffic by a row of parked cars — but demanded that the city delay the project and separate the bikers from the parked cars with a raised median instead of the less-protective painted buffer. Comments (14)

Nothing but net: Ratner wins a big one!

Atlantic Yards: Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner won an important court victory against nine property owners inside the project’s footprint who had argued that the state Constitution bars the use of eminent domain for any development that includes luxury housing. Comments (9)

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