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Little book of horrors: ‘Murder’ is brimming with bad news

February Houses: The title of the book gives away the plot. Comment
Nightlife: Relive the hilarious horrors of high school sexual education at Union Hall. Comment
BoroBeat: A couple of Harlem Globetrotters wowed kids — and taught them manners — at an action-packed civility lecture on Wednesday. Comments (2)

Thought for food co-op in Prospect Lefferts Gardens

The neighborhood is the latest on the verge of having its own member-owned grocery store. Organizers may not have people signed up yet, but they have secured a storefront. Comments (1)
New York Methodist Hospital must alter its controversial plans for an expansion that some Park Slope residents say would wreck their tree-lined streets with traffic, smog, and out-of-place architecture, the city demanded this week. Comments (4)

Bus-tling! Avenue L gets B44 select stop

Sometimes “L” can stand for “winner.” Comments (2)

Slapstick century: Celebrate 100 years of Charlie Chaplin with special screening

Cinema: A local silent film expert will school you in slapstick, at a screening of the comedy great’s first three films. Comment

Elderly Ditmas Park woman missing

Police are asking for help finding a Ditmas Park woman who went missing on Feb. 5. Comment

Man shot in Park Slope this morning

Crime: The gunman opened fire in broad daylight. Comments (7)
Punk prayers were answered last night when Pussy Riot addressed the Brooklyn crowd and Lauryn Hill and legions of other big names rocked it, despite a nascent protest movement outside. Comments (6)

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