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Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009

She’s got Le Bleus

Park Slope: A pickpocket was working Hotel Le Bleu last week, cops said. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2009

Marty bought $1.45M home with hard work — and a big slip-and-fall case

Windsor Terrace: Oh, and let’s not forget impeded marital congress! It’s all there in the court papers! Comments (20)

Homeownership 101: A primer for Marty

Windsor Terrace: Long-time renter Marty Markowitz has bought a $1.45-million crib in Windsor Terrace, but life as a homeowner isn’t as free and easy as renting. Here are some the issues he’ll have to confront now that he’s on the other side. Comments (1)

Marty on the menu! Local deli honors Beep with beef

Windsor Terrace: Windsor Terrace locals are certainly excited about their new neighbor, Marty Markowitz, but one man is going the extra mile. Comments (1)

Help send these dancers to Scotland

Park Slope: Park Slope’s own teenage dance troupe is one high-step closer to strutting its stuff on the world stage. Comments (10)

Monday, Dec. 21, 2009

Rejection! Court turns down Yards foes in suit over MTA’s sweetheart deal

Atlantic Yards: A state court has once again rebuffed an effort to throw a wrench in Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards machine, rejecting a lawsuit that accused the MTA of improperly selling its Vanderbilt rail yard by not seeking new bids after reopening the original 2005 deal with the developer this summer. Comments (10)

So what if her tree stinks — Smartmom’s Christmas is wonderful

Smartmom: The family is together in Brooklyn — where it belongs. Comments (2)

Dar Williams returns for her annual post-Xmas gig

Music: Along with the Christmas trees hawked on street corners and vacant lots, decorations on main drags, competing versions of “The Nutcracker,” one thing that’s come to be expected each holiday season is a post-Christmas show at Southpaw from Dar Williams. Comments (1)

Friday, Dec. 18, 2009

It’s a real sign of confusion on Washington Avenue

Mean Streets: It may be the longest, and the most-confusing, bus stop in all of Brooklyn — and it’s running roughshod over Prospect Heights drivers. Comment

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