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Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011

Flatbush frolics! Annual street fair draws big crowds for live acts, beer tent

Ditmas Park: Last week’s annual Flatbush Frolic drew hundreds of Brooklynites out for live music, face painting and — for the first time ever — a beer tent. Comment

Friday, Sept. 23, 2011

This ‘Lady’ is no tramp

Bar Scrawl: Raves for the new Bearded Lady in Prospect Heights. Comments (3)

Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011

A ‘Biggers’ bang on race relations at the Brooklyn Museum

Art: A mid-career retrospective on Sandford Biggers shows off this gutsy and whimsical artist. Comments (2)

You gotta watch that iPhone!

Park Slope: Plus the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (2)

Terrifying home invasion

Prospect Heights: Plus the other crime in Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011

Seventh Avenue is filthy!

Park Slope: And we know why: The city let a clean-up contract expire without renewing it. Comments (31)

Ice try! Ratner now says he wants Islanders at Barclays Center

Atlantic Yards: Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner said he’s “hoping” that the New York Islanders will move to the Barclays Center once the struggling team’s lease at the Nassau Coliseum expires in 2015 — a reversal of his longtime claim that the Prospect Heights arena would be too small to host pro hockey games. Comments (21)

At Gallery Players, this ‘Dog’ has teeth!

Theater: Love is overrated — and often gets in the way — in Douglas Carter Beane’s “The Little Dog Laughed,” which wraps up its first New York revival at the Gallery Players this weekend. Comment

Monday, Sept. 19, 2011

Deals on wheels! The Bike Jumble is coming this Saturday

Shopping: The annual bike flea market returns to the Old Stone House in Park Slope. Comments (1)

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011

Hundreds march against South Slope sex fiends

Greenwood Heights: More than 400 people marched through South Slope on Wednesday night to unite against the sex fiends who raped one woman and tried to attack nine others since March — a massive show of frustration over the NYPD’s inability to catch the villain and a call for neighbors to protect each other. Comments (9)

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