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Friday, May 4, 2012

There’s more to Jewish baseball than Sandy Koufax

Books: Brooklyn-born Jewish big leaguers who helped shape the national pastime — and inspired baseball fans across the borough — recall their playing days in “Jewish Major Leaguers in Their Own Words,” a new oral history edited by Park Slope writer Peter Ephross. Comment

This Windsor Terrace bar wins big

Bar Scrawl: Our bartoonist finds his go-to spot for drinks and grub on Prospect Park West. Comments (4)

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Coffee the Train Man will not return to Cortelyou Road

Ditmas Park: There are a lot of cafes on Cortelyou Road, but you won’t find Coffee anywhere. Comments (17)

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Attention deficit theater

Theater: You’ll laugh, you’ll scream, you’ll cry — but make it quick because each of these plays are ten minutes long. Comments (3)

NYPD: Enraged driver pummelled cyclist

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Comments (3)

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Dairy scary! Raccoons drink up at Windsor Terrace school, neighbors say

Wild Brooklyn: Careless custodians at a Windsor Terrace school have turned the surrounding block into a cafeteria for hungry raccoons — and rotten milk is always on the menu, according to angry neighbors. Comments (11)

Kafka’s daddy issues take center stage

Theater: The master storyteller had a father — and you can learn all about his guilt, affection, and resentment for that man in this one-actor show. Comment

Monday, April 30, 2012

City snips barber with petty fine — over his 100-year-old cash register!

Ditmas Park: Antiques can be costly — but not like this. Comments (7)

Garden moans: Greenwood Heights fears new beer garden

Nightlife: Neighbors of a soon-to-open outdoor drinking destination are worried because they claim getting in touch with the beer garden’s owners is harder than getting the attention of a busy bartender during happy hour. Comments (74)

Good clean fun: Artist coats gallery in laundry detergent

Art: One artist transforms a Park Slope gallery into a laundromat while another converts a Prospect Heights art space into an indoor landfill with all the charm and ambience of Wall-E’s apartment. Comment

One man’s trash is another man’s art installation

Art: Garbage has never looked this good. Comment

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