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Friday, March 13, 2009

Take a ‘Road Trip’ with Miss Suzy at Southpaw

Dooley Noted: Our kids music, mime and puppetry reviewer previews Suzy Shelton’s upcoming concert. Comment

Thursday, March 12, 2009

DiBrienza must quit

Editorial: In light of a scandal, our editorial board calls on Steve DiBrienza to abandon his race for his old City Council seat. Comments (9)

A shrine to Sharif

Park Slope: Broken skateboards, melted candles, flowers, cigarettes and hand-written cards at the 15th Street entrance to Prospect Park formed a makeshift tribute this week to Carroll Gardens teen Sharif Abdallah, who died on Sunday after a scuffle inside the park. Comments (56)

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Grand Army Plaza toilet moves a–head

Park Slope: Brooklynites, get ready to move to flushing! Comment

Breaking chews: Cafe Grumpy to open in Park Slope!

Breaking Chews: The folks who gave Greenpoint the best coffee in the city are coming to the South Slope, The Brooklyn Paper has learned. Comments (2)

Unemployed? Have we got an opera for you!

Theater: You may have just lost your job — but the last thing you want to sacrifice is your opera tickets. So, thankfully, the Brooklyn Repertory Opera is offering the newly jobless a $5 ticket to “Orpheus and Eurydice.” Comments (5)

Get your stories straight, guys!

Park Slope: A cop watches two men break into an apartment — and then watches as the crooks can’t get their story straight. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

He’s Brooklyn’s OTHER borough president

Checkin’ in with: Did you know that two borough presidents live in Brooklyn? You do now! Comment

A sticky situation at the Brooklyn Museum

Art: Artist Sun Kwak is covering an entire gallery with black masking tape. No, it’s cool. Really cool. Comments (1)

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