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Monday, Feb. 17, 2014

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

February Houses: The title of the book gives away the plot. Comment

Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014

Let’s talk about sex: Comedy trio hosts sex ed video night

Nightlife: Relive the hilarious horrors of high school sexual education at Union Hall. Comment

Globetrotters go hard in the paint against bullies

Park Slope: A couple of Harlem Globetrotters wowed kids — and taught them manners — at an action-packed civility lecture on Wednesday. Comments (2)

Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014

Thought for food co-op in Prospect Lefferts Gardens

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)

City to Methodist: Lower the roof, raise the proof

Park Slope: 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)

Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014

Bus-tling! Avenue L gets B44 select stop

Midwood: 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

Friday, Feb. 7, 2014

Elderly Ditmas Park woman missing

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

Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014

Man shot in Park Slope this morning

Park Slope: The gunman opened fire in broad daylight. Comments (7)

Pussy Riot, Madonna touch down at Barclays Center for human rights hootenanny

Prospect Heights: 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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